Monday, November 21, 2016


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Friday, November 18, 2016

Lemonade at the fair

We are very busy with all of our lemonade sales.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Helpers needed for the fair!

There are volunteers that are still needed for the School Fair next weekend. We still desperately need plenty of help especially on the sausage sizzle, toy stall, white elephant, bouncy castle, candy floss, tombola plus setup and clean up.

We have had offers of baking which is great, but we really need everyone to give up an hour of their time at the Fair to help on a stall so it isn't the same people doing all the work.
Contact Paula Shortall for more information. 

Monday, November 7, 2016

Christmas cards

Our buddy class Room 9 joined us to make some amazing cards for the fair.

Ezekiel's life in NZ and Philippines

Room 8 were lucky to hear about life for Ezekiel in the Philippines There were so many questions and a few of us want to go and visit the Philippines now.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

All children should wear sunhats and sunblock to school.

Room 8 researched, discussed and wrote a persuasive argument about the statement above.

I strongly agree that all children should wear sun hats and sunblock for the following reasons...

Firstly, the most important reason is that a lot of people have got burnt because they haven't been putting on sun block. Sun burn can lead to melanoma (skin cancer). Even if it's a cloudy day, there's still a high chance of you getting sun burn.

Secondly, it's really good to have a wide brimmed hat and also sunblock; especially in New Zealand because there are more people who have melanoma in New Zealand than Australia. There are more people who die from melanoma than in car crashes. In fact the statistics are twice as much. Sunblock as well as sun hats are not the only blocks of UV rays. There's also long sleeve tops and the shade.

On the other hand, some people are allergic to different types of sunblock, but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't wear it at all. So if you are, then try to bring some from home. I say, "there's no point in damaging your skin, if you know how to stop sun burn."

These are my reasons why I believe that children should wear sunblock and sunhats. "It's for your safety."

Written by Caoimhe