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Tūmanako 2015

Tumanako



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2015


Te Kaiako


Ko Whakataha me Turoto oku maunga

Ko Waitangi me Waiaruhe oku awa

Ko Tauwhara me Ngawha oku marae

Ko Ngaitawake ki te tuawhenua me Ngatirangi oku hapu

Ko Ngapuhi te iwi

Ko Ngatokimatawhaorua te waka

Ko Stevie Woodman ahau



Nga Kaiawhina


Ko Tokatoka te maunga

Ko Arapaoa te awa

Ko Kaipara te moana

Ko Waihaua te marae

Ko Kiri hepe te whare tupuna

Ko Maahuhu ki te rangi te waka

Ko Waihaua te hapu

Ko Ngati whatua te iwi

Ko Arlene Manukau ahau

Ko Tuparaeva te maunga

Ko Taonganui te awa

Ko Orongo te marae

Ko Kurahaupo te waka

Ko Atiu te hapu

Ko Kuki Airani te iwi

No Rarotonga ahau

Ko Stacy Kaiaruna ahau



Tena koutou katoa. Nga mihi mahana ki a koe me to whanau hoki.


Ko Whaea Stevie ahau. Ko au te kaiako o te akomanga o Tumanako.  Currently we have 29 tamariki in our class, ranging from year 4-6 who are:

Proud of who they are and where they come from

Prepared for and ready to accept challenges

Learners now and in the future

Where we strive to uphold our school values to:

Be Considerate, Be Courteous, Be Cooperative and to use our Commonsense


Our door is always open and we welcome whanau to come along and watch, join in or help out throughout the day. You may notice some changes to how our class looks and works.


Here’s a sneak peek into our day...


Each Day begins with whole school karakia in the hall. Following this we return to our class for Literacy (Panui - Reading & Tuhituhi - Writing). During this time I will work with small groups, the rest of the class will be involved in hands-on activities related to our kaupapa. This term our kaupapa is Whanaungatanga.


After morning tea I will start working with small groups for Pangarau - Maths. Tamariki not working with the kaiako will be documenting their learning from the morning and then continuing on with their kaupapa mahi.


The afternoon session will be a reflection session, where tamariki will evaluate their mahi for the day and set goals for the next day.


We are a bilingual maori class so there is an expectation that the tamariki in this class will hear, use and learn more te reo than other classes. We have dedicated te reo learning sessions as well as using conversational te reo throughout the day.




What’s happening this term?


  • Swimming

    Our slots are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10;30. Please bring togs, towel and a plastic bag and a swimming cap if you have one . Long hair needs to be tied up.

  • Whanau Wall and Photos

    We would like to have photos of whanau in our class. Please send in a photo and we can copy  and return it. If you don’t have a photo, bring your whanau along and I will take one of you.

  • Whanau hui

    We will be having whanau hui this term. During these meetings we will discuss the levels your tamariki are at and set some goals for the year.

  • Marae Noho

    We would like to visit a local marae this term. More information about this will be shared closer to the time.

Timetable for Term 1


Rahina

Ratu

Raapa

Rapare

Ramere

Wahanga  1

8:50-11

Karakia

Panui/Tuhituhi


Karakia

Panui/Tuhituhi

Wa kaukau

Karakia

Panui/Tuhituhi

Wa kaukau

Karakia

Panui/Tuhituhi

Wa kaukau

Karakia

Whakamatautau

Hui-a-Kura

Wahanga 2

11:30-1

Whare Pukapuka

Pangarau

Pangarau

Pangarau

Paihikara

Pangarau

Paihikara

Wahanga 3

2-3

Hoki nga mahara

Hoki nga mahara

Hoki nga mahara

Hoki nga mahara

Hakinakina


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Nga mihi

Whaea Stevie

stevie@kaikeast.school.nz

(021) 906266