Thursday, 23 November 2017
Monday, 13 November 2017
Tuesday, 24 October 2017
In Week 10 of Term 3, Koru 1 and 2 went for a 2 hour bus ride to Hanmer Springs. Once they got there, they lined up to get in. They quickly got undressed and they had already got there togs on underneath there school clothes. It was really fun and everybody had a good time, there was lots of stuff to go on such as: Hydro slides, pools, hot pools, water slides, lazy rivers and so much more. Once we had to leave everybody didn't want to go because it was so fun. Some people didn't want to go because there was a cafeteria there too.
Our key competency focus was Relating to Others. Check out some of our blogs about how we reflected on the day and that key competency.
Check out some of the action.
Thursday, 14 September 2017
Wednesday, 6 September 2017
Thursday, 24 August 2017
(Video features the photo guys, Mark Dickel, Kākano trip to Ferrymead and the Cultural Festival)
Wednesday, 23 August 2017
Wednesday, 16 August 2017
There was lots to do and enjoy! There were 3 other schools there, Shirley Primary, Linwood Ave Primary and Linwood North Primary (not including Chisnallwood students). We Also saw some Ex-Bromley students!
Some of the things we got to do were...
*Watch their choir group perform to us!
*Test some of the classrooms-EG. Technology, and foods.
*Watch their Orchestra preform.
We also got to have a free lunch/sausage Sizzle there!
Wednesday, 9 August 2017
Whakarongo mai, Bromley School Haka, Tenei au, Toru mai, and Tena koutou.
We have also found out that the visit to the Cultural festival is on the 17th of August or in other words term 3 week 4 on a Thursday. It will be at the Horncastle arena, in Christchurch. You can purchase tickets from Ticketek.
The helpers includes Tyson, Whaea Jo, Whaea Mata, Whaea Latoua, Sheryl, Ms Baker and more! Yesterday we tried on our uniforms. The girls put on a skirt, a top, and a headband, and the boys wore skirts and belts. All of the kapa haka people are so excited for the Cultural festival.
Watch out for our next WUB episode when we have more on the Cultural festival.
Monday, 19 June 2017
Thursday, 1 June 2017
Wednesday, 22 March 2017
We are quickly learning that journalists have to work to timeframes and sometimes with breaking news we have to work fast and efficiently and manage our time well. Today we were given a scenario - a catastrophic event has happened in our school playground and we have 45 mins to report on the event and prepare a segment for TV news!
The WUB team is up and running for 2017 and we are spending Term 1 sharpening our journalism and filming expertise! We have been looking at the BBC News resource for kids.
This week we focussed on reporting information that our audience wants to know about - the W's:
The media teams were given a weekly challenge to cover one event and report as a Bromley snapshot (focussing on the W's). Let's take a look at our first efforts: