Thursday, 28 July 2016

R3 Mega Bounce Holiday Recount

Students in Room Three have been back in class and working hard this week. One of our tasks has been to produce a recount about an activity that they were involved in during the term.

This recount was written by Paige and details her experience at Mega Bounce in New Plymouth

Last Bounce 
On Saturday the first day of the holidays Zach and Lacie had a birthday party but we had to go to league first,they had three games Dad refed all three,at the last game Zach scored a try but Dad was a meany and didn't give it to him but we said that Zach go the try.

After two hours it was finally finished it was time for Me, Zach and Lacie to go to Mega Bounce for Zach and Lacies team mate Taylen and his brother Tyree. The whole team went apart for Bead and Remi they were both sick. Soon someone from the under nines come, Harlem first we went to the foam pit Dad came too. We built a foam fort. We moved to the hoops Dad went on the the small hill then jumped on the tramp and slam dunked it. Soon we had lunch and had a drink Mum said “we were there for about two hours” then we all went home. It was a fun day Dad even said that is was fun,he was the only one that played with us,then we hopped in the car and Dad fell asleep before you know it Lacie then Zach and I fell asleep once we left New Plymouth,I enjoyed it and it was really fun and everyone enjoyed. I felt nervous and excited. Because I was ready to do a flip and I thought the it would fail, and happy because it worked.

The Muddy Tournament
Te Rau and me got up and had breakfast the Te Rau got ready then we went to Opunake we got there. I waited to my Mum got there because she had my stuff for. Rugby then she got there so then I went and got the stuff of my Mum and went to get dressed then we played Kaponga and Blake was playing bit dirty.

We played Kaponga Blake was being a bit dirty the score was 2/1 to Kaponga it was fun  then we played southern it was a dirty game but it was a little fun the score was 1/1 we won because we got the first try. After  we played Opunake and their was be from the under 11 it was Peter Chas and someone else the score was 0/0 so we had to do paper scissors Rock.

After Opunake we played Kaponga 2 because Kaponga has 2 teams and at half time we put all of our players on we had 12 on and Kaponga 2 had 13 on it was fun and we lost 5/0 to Kaponga.

Monday, 25 July 2016

R3 Term Three - 2016

Room Three are back to School and looking forward to an exciting term. This term we've got the MOA Awards (Digital Awards for Excellence in our local groups of schools) entries close at the end of this nine week term. Today in class we looked at the concept and ideas of digital photography. We used our iPads and took a series of digital photographs around Auroa School.

Friday, 15 July 2016

R3 What's A Day Like for a Student in New Zealand?

We're always collaborating with students and classrooms around the world. This explanation piece of writing written last term by Aroha from Room Three, it explains a typical day for her, at School in New Zealand. Hi I am Aroha from Room Three, Auroa Primary School in New Zealand and I will be telling you how my day goes. So my day starts with Mum waking me up I climb out of bed and slowly walk up the stairs and walk into the bathroom to grab my uniform then walk back to my room and get dressed. I walk up stairs and ask for a mashed egg on sourdough. While I wait I comb my hair and grab my iPad of charge and put it in my iPad bag. Mum calls me so I get up at the table and eat my egg then I go back to the bathroom again and brush and wash my face then I walk back to the kitchen and sit down and put my shoes and socks on. When we are ready we go down to the bus. When i get to school I put my bag in the clock bay then i unzip and get my iPad out then i walk into the classroom and put my iPad on my desk and go outside and wait for the bell… DING goes the bell i go to class and sit down and wait for Mr Webb. . . Mr Webb walks in and tells the class to sit down then he talks to the class about the daily planner and sometimes news then we get let go to do maths. At 10.30 the bell goes Mr Webb lets the class go all of the class goes to the clock bay well most of the class to get food then i go outside and play handball . Ding the bell goes me and Ashley run to class Mr Webb tells the class the class what topic we are doing for writing then we set to work. . . After a while some people finish and start drafting and some people are still planning then the bell goes at 11.45am Mr Webb lets us go to second break. DING goes the bell everyone rush’s in and sit down on the mat then Mr Webb walks in and talks to the class about what we are suppose to do but some people muck around and not do their work. . . after an hour the bell goes for lunch we pack up reading and go to lunch. 1 hour later the bell goes DING DING DING I run to class carefully and sit down. Mr Webb comes in and talks to the class about ako after a while Mr Webb tells the class to stop what they are doing and pack up. After a couple of minutes the class is packed up and ready to go home. Mr Webb talks to the class until the bell goes DING Mr Webb lets the class to go home. Riding the bus home it is so noisy i can’t stand it… finally I got home Mum tells us get firewood in… after a while I play on my ipad and eat tea.

R3 Singapore Compared to New Zealand

Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Kissick Eraio - Mr Bloors Official Video

Y5/6 A Grade Opunake Basketball Finals

On Tuesday 5th July Auroa School had four seperate finals in the same day. Wins in the Y5/6 Crowley Cup Netball Competition against Rahotu School and a further win against Eltham School in Y5/6 Rugby Crowley Cup were a fantastic start - there were two additional finals that night in the Opunake Basketball Competition.   Auroa's Y7/8 Basketball team won their final match, against Rahotu.

The final game of the day was the Y5/6 A Grade Basketball Finals in the Opunake Basketball Competition.  Auroa's Y5/6 team were undefeated throughout the season at this point - coming up against their arch rivals, St Joseph from Opunake.   The game was another epic featuring some of the players who had played already that day in a final, and against each other in the epic Crowley Cup Semi-Final in Boys Rugby which Auroa win.
Auroa/StJosephs20162 from Myles Webb on Vimeo.

The Basketball ended 30-30 which saw sudden death extra time, in which St Jospehs were able to win the match by two points and claim the season championship.

Friday, 8 July 2016

Crowley Cup Rugby Finals Part 2

Crowley Cup Final 2016 from Myles Webb on Vimeo.

This video is the second in the highlights from the 2016 Crowley Cup Final played at Eltham School on Tuesday 5th July 2016. These highlights were put together by Jordan and Kadian from Room Three. Auroa are in their traditional Blue/Orange Uniforms and Eltham are in the Black and White. The conversions kicked by Peter are kicked in bare feet!

Crowley Cup Netball Final 2016

The Y5/6 Crowley Cup competition culminated in two unbeaten teams playing each other in the final. Rahotu had topped their pool and travelled to Auroa School to face the Auroa Primary School team that had also been through pool play and then a tough semi-final against Matapu School and were also undefeated. The final was an incredibly tense affair of four ten minute quarters - forty minutes in total. The second half saw both teams battling for mid-court dominance and restricting score opportunities, however Auroa had managed to take a lead into half time and Rahotu couldn't quite close the gap. The 17-9 win to Auroa Y5/6 Netball was their first win in the competition. Highlights filmed by Jackson R at Auroa Primary School on Tuesday 5th July.

Crowley Cup Netball Highlights 2016 from Myles Webb on Vimeo.

Thursday, 7 July 2016

Kissick Eraio 2016 Tournament

Yesterday Auroa Primary School took part in the 2016 Kissick Eraio Competition.  This was a fantastic event held at Kaponga Primary School.  The competition saw the local schools competing against each other in Netball and Touch Rugby.   Auroa was able to win the Y5/6 and Y7/8 Touch Competitions, while our friends at Matapu won the Y5/6 and Y7/8 Netball.  These highlights filmed by Ebony from Room Two are of the Y7/8 Netball competition.  Filmed at Kaponga School on Wednesday 6th July 2016.

KissiackEraio2016 from myles webb on Vimeo.

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Crowley Cup 2016 Final - Highlights Part 1

On Tuesday 28th of July there were a series of finals for Auroa Primary School.  Firstly the Girls Y5/6 Netball team competed against Rahotu in the 2016 Crowley Cup Netball Final.   Later that afternoon the Y5/6 Rugby Team travelled to Eltham to play in the 2016 Crowley Cup Rugby Final.

The two teams had already played in the round robin competition, with Eltham winning with a try in the final minute.   Auroa's epic semi-final win against St Josephs Opunake set up a rematch with Eltham, who were undefeated during the season.  

The game was a tense match with a 12-19 half time score to Auroa.  In the second half Auroa were able to pull away with a dominate display winning 12-41 making them the 2016 Champions.  These highlights were filmed by Astin from Room One.  Auroa are in the blue and orange and Eltham in the white and black.

Monday, 4 July 2016

R3 Room 10@Rangikura

This is the link to the Room Ten Blog@Rangikura.   You are asked to visit this blog and view the work of the students from this class.  Find something that is interesting or you really like it.  Leave a comment to them - see Mr Webb if you have not left a comment before so the format can be checked.  Remember what we've discussed about comments - positive, constructive, asks a question.  When you leave a comment you only leave your first name.

Crowley Cup Netball Vs. Matapu School

On Friday 1st of July Auroa School hosted Matapu School in the Semi-Final of the Crowley Cup competition for the Chittenden Brothers Netball Trophy.

At stake was a final for the winning team against either Rahoutu or Opunake Primary School. It was a tough game against two competitive teams, Auroa however were able to convert a seven point half time lead into a 20-10 victory and improve on last years semi-final finish. This means that this Tuesday Auroa host Rahoutu School in the final. These highlights were filmed by Blake and Kadian and edited by Grace and Tiani from Room Three.

Crowley Cup Semi Final vs. Matapu School from myles webb on Vimeo.

Friday, 1 July 2016

Rugby Vs. St Josephs Part Two

This is the second half and sudden death highlights from Auroa Primary Schools Crowley Cup Semi-Final against St Josephs Opunake on Wednesday 29th June 2016.  St Josephs are in the Green and White, Auroa in the Blue and Orange.   This game was tied 5-5 at half time, full time and then went to sudden death golden point.   The first half of extra time saw no extra score and the deadlock was broken in the seventh minute of the second half of extra time by Jordan from Room Three.  Epic.