Friday, 12 May 2017

The Heat Transfer Process

This is the heat transfer process looks like. There are three steps. The first one explains why energy moves. The second part of the process shows where the heat moves. Lastly the third part states the speed of heat in trapped air.

Home Learning

This is my home learning from this week

Wednesday, 10 May 2017


Walt: identify and interpret different graphs
In this task I collected different types of graphs and made my own line graph.

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Staying warm and keeping cool

Walt: gather and synthesise to evaluate information across a range of texts.

Last week our learning task was focused on a story: Warming up and cooling down.
I created a poster displaying the heat transfer process.  I also have an experiment for you to try out.

Monday, 1 May 2017

Immersion Assembly

This morning we had the annual start of the term immersion assembly.  To start it off Hendrix said the school Karakia and Heather said the Mihi.  Mr Burt first shared with us the history and technology of our Netbooks/Chromebooks.  Then Teams; 1, 2 and 3 had their term focus was on learning about matatriki and making kites.  The team 4 focus was on Maori technology and how they lived before the pakeha arrived to New Zealand.  Lastly team 5 are focusing on making sure our block and school looks nice and has good presentation.

Saturday, 15 April 2017

Urupa clean up

Today I went to the Urupa (grave yard) where my great aunty is buried.  We cleaned up everyone's graves whether is was picking up rocks to chairs that had been blown down from the cyclone earlier this week.  When we finished the whole Urupa was spick n span.  We travelled from the Urupa to the township to get food.  We went to New world for a few groceries and whilst we were inside my uncle ordered pizza for the whole family's lunch.  Stay tuned to my blog for more post about my holidays.  I will be posted every day between 1-2.

Friday, 14 April 2017

Cyclone Cook Updates

Yesterday we had cyclone warnings, schools finished early and stayed safe.  This morning at 4:40am I travelled to Hawkes bay to see fallen trees and bent power poles along with flooding and damage, I even saw flipped vans and crashed cars so hopefully the people included got out safely. The ex-Cyclone Cook moved south with extremely heavy rain and high winds in Bay of plenty, Gisborne and Hawkes bay and caused exactly what I saw.  I hope that the weather this holidays are better and I will continue to blog over the holidays down here in the heart of Hawkes bay: Hastings.