Sunday, March 16, 2014

He Waka Eke Noa


He waka eke noa. We are all in the canoe together. 


Just like the Room Seven Superstars, we are using this whakatauki to inspire us to learn and work together so that we can reach our goals. Kia ora Room 7 and Mr Cottrell!

All of us in Room 6 have created a part of the waka that represents us. I am at the head of the waka, along with Mr Severinsen, who we are lucky to have when I am not teaching Room 6. Together, our pieces create our waka. Without any one of the pieces, our waka is not complete.


23 comments:

  1. Ka mau te wehi Mr Moriarty and Room 6

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  2. Room 6 what an amazing job you have done creating the Waka. It looks fantastic :)

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    1. Kia ora, Brenda. Great to get such a positive comment from a parent!

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  3. Brilliant work room 6. The message within the Whakatauki is so strong, well done everyone. Live strong!

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    1. Kia ora, Mr Gifkins. We love the message too. Kia kaha!

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  4. wow that looks so cool Mr m

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  5. Wow Mr M!
    I love the Waka. It makes the class room very effective keep it up.

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  6. WOW Mr M I love seeing it on the wall of room 6.
    Sincerely
    Cameron

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  7. oops my paddle is on a different waka piece

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  8. Tino Rawe Room 6! We are glad we could share our learning with you. 'He Waka Eke Noa' is an important part of our classroom culture. We are looking forward to paddling the seven seas with you guys. To Kino Hoki!

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    1. Kia ora, Mr Cottrell. We are paddling together too.

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  9. How amazing! Tino pai rawe Room 6 and 7. I can see Room 5 will want to have a waka also, as we are all paddling in the same Learning Sea (Hub) and would love the support from you seniors to help us along the journey.
    Kia ora, Mrs Kelly and Room 5 Tamariki ma.

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    1. Kia ora Mrs Kelly and Room 5. We look forward to continuing our learning journey together.

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  10. your waka is great Mr m its colourful and curvy.

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  11. Wow Mr Moriarty your class is super bright and your waka is amazing!

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  12. Hi Parkvale School I like your photos and videos because they are very cool and includes a lot of colour.

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  13. Hi I like how you did the videos because you changed the colours sometimes.

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  14. Hi Parkvale School,
    I liked all your videos and pictures because they have lots colours and what you are doing really stand. The video program you used was really good because it looked good but you can still easily see what you are doing.

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  15. Hi park vale my name jonty and I love the waka

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