Te Taiao o Tāmaki Updates
During the weekend everyone in Auckland was asked to save 20 litres of water a day per person! What are you doing to save water? Share some of your tips for saving water on your blog.
Check out Room 11 @ Pt England School who have been creating Weta Hotels. Yes... hotels for Wetas! I had no idea these were a thing.
Howick Intermediate Satellite @ Sommerville Special School have been working hard to make a difference around their local community beaches and parks... well done.
Davarni @ Glenbrae School has been investigating and comparing different types of soil erosion. Athens @ Ruapotaka School is surprised by how much she has learnt about pests and asks an intriguing question... are there any good pests?
Well done to those of you who have been commenting on the blogs of your buddies. Remember to check in regularly as blogs are being updated everyday.
Kia ora Quad Blogging Teams,
We will be sharing some of the posts from our participating blogs each week in our update.
First up this week is Roimata @ Pt England School who was the first to submit her post links. Well done to Roimata who has also been sharing and posting encouraging comments to her team's blogs over the past week.
A thoughtful and detailed update from Jenascia @ Glen Innes School about the current condition of Omaru Creek, with comments from Malia T @ St Pius X Catholic School and Venetia @ Pt England School.
Learning Hub Ahikā @ Stonefields School have also shared a couple of posts introducing their Te Taiao o Tāmaki learning over the past week and their plans to run a Zero Waste Day Competition.
Well done to all these bloggers and their teams who have commented.
Have you connected with your buddies on their blogs in the past week?
Great to see so many of you have and that you are submitting your links for our participation awards.
Kia ora koutou,
Thank you again for registering your blog. Links to all participating blogs are on the website. Please check your blog and email Mrs Grant if this needs updating. We hope you have connected with your buddy bloggers for Te Taiao o Tāmaki over the past week. Please make sure you have:
Participation and Awards
We are also excited to announce that we will be recognising the top bloggers from each of our participating schools. Similar to the Summer Learning Journey points will be awarded for:
Ngā mihi nui,
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