Saturday, 18 November 2017

Kelly Tarltons

On Wednesday the 25th of October 2017 room 9 and room 10 went on a bus to Kelly Tarltons to learn about marine animals.
We saw lots of marine species inside  the tank and i was so thrilled and excited to see this.

First i actually saw a sea turtle  and it was so amazing that  i had to touch the window because to be close to it.

After that we were learnt about the explorer Robert Falcon Scott. There was  had no electricity in  Antarctica so  all they had was just lamps at that time.Robert Scott was a famous explorer in Antarctica and when Robert Scott tried to return home none of them survived. We also saw the   bunk beds they slept on.

Then we went on to see the penguins and Mrs Elia and i was looking at the bones of the penguin and we saw that the penguin’s neck was very long.
I enjoyed my visit to Kelly Tarltons and  learning about marine animals.
by Isileli

Trees for Birds

Image result for map of hauraki gulf

W.A.L.T. to find out why trees are important to birds.

The island of tiritiri matangi is in the Hauraki Gulf. More than thirty species of birds nest on the island , including northern blue penguins,the pukeko,the north island fantail,the bellbird and the tui

Sunday, 22 October 2017

Conservation of Animals

Our Inquiry Topic for this term is the Conservation of Animals. Room 9 will be learning about two endangered species, The Sea Turtle and The Kea. We will be looking at facts about these animals, threats to their survival and what action we can take to help save them and make a difference.


Our theme for this term 4 is RESPECT. We are UNIQUE and we are SPECIAL. We have special talents. We respect ourselves and others. Respecting others is being polite, kind, friendly and
co-operative.      ROOM 9 STUDENTS

Tuesday, 12 September 2017


  • 300mls of milk
  • 1 Teaspoon of Oil
  • A pinch of Salt
  • Sugar
  • 13 tablespoon of Flour
  • 1 egg.
  • Spatula
  • Spoon
  • Plate
  • Frying Pan
  • Bottle
  • Paper
1.First pour 13 spoons of flour into the bottle.

2.Next pour 2 cups of milk into the bottle.

3.Then crack 1 egg into the bottle.

4.After that put 1 teaspoon of oil into the bottle.

5.Fourthly add a pinch of salt into the bottle.

6.Fifthly close the the lid on and shake it.

7.Finally  pour it into the pan and wait for it to cook for 1 minute on each side.
8.You can enjoy it with a piece of kiwi fruit.