Friday, 22 February 2019

Congratulations Angela and Jayden!

Congratulations Angela and Jayden! A certificate for being organised. This is very well deserved as you both have taken responsibility for your own learning and know that by being organised and on time you will make the most of all learning opportunities. Well done!

Friday, 15 February 2019

Summer Learning Journey Prizegiving...

Huge congratulations to everyone who took part in the Summer Learning Journey, we are so proud of you. 1257 blog posts and 2376 comments! Special congratulations to Alex who was our top blogger, the top blogger in the Manaiakalani cluster and top blogger overall. What a fantastic achievement! Congratulations to Mele who came 2nd and Victoria who came 3rd. Thank you to Rachel, Sophie, Hazel and the SLJ team for the huge amount of work they put into making this programme such a success. 

Tech @ Tamaki College...

Today was our first day of Tech at Tamaki College for 2019. Our Year 7's are at Tech for the first time and are excited to be designing and making wooden toys in their Hard Materials rotation. Year 8A are designing and making clocks in Graphics, and our Year 8B students are designing and making pizza cutters in Metalwork. 

Thursday, 14 February 2019

Teamwork by Alex


Today Marieta, Joel, Sakina and I worked together to create a sketchnote on what a team is, our definition of a team is a group of people who work together to achieve a common purpose. In teams all members must respect one another, make sure everyone is included and respect all opinions. Three things that people need to do in teams are: Communicate, collaborate and participate.

Click here for the link to Alex's blogpost

Teamwork by Angela

L.I to define teamwork by creating a sketchnote.

Today as a group we have created a sketchnote to define what teamworks means. We have came up with
5 ideas that define teamwork. I worked with Giovanni, Jack, Julian, Chavda & Nidhi. As a team we
completed this activity. We first explained our ideas with each other to pick the best. The character
that was on the DLO was Clarence I created it in one of my drawing tasks.

Link to Angela's blog post

Head Boy: Jack

Today was the first assembly for Term 1 of 2019 for Panmure Bridge School. This year, I am representing my school as head student, and I am very happy that I will be able to represent the school in many ways. For this weeks assembly, Mele and I spoke in front of the school, Julian and Fui showcased the new design to our school P.E kit, and all 6 leaders received their leadership badges. In my opinion, I thought we spoke really well, and that if we can keep our composure, and speak clearly, then we can become great leaders. After the assembly, photos were taken, and smiles could be seen across all of our faces. I hope that next week, we will have just as much fun as we did today.

Link to my Head Boy speech: Here

Head Girl: Mele

Today was a special assembly, since it was the first week of school. As leaders Jack and I presented in assembly for the first time of 2019. It was a great experience, because we were both proud to lead our school as Head boy and girl. This special assembly included us school leaders receiving our badges, the sports leaders modelling our new PE kit and Ms Kirkpatrick handing out different prizes from prize giving last year. The sports leaders for 2019 are Fui and Julian. The Manaiakalani leaders for 2019 are Nyjah and Alex. 

Click here to read my Head Girl Speech
Mele's Speech

Being a Leader by Nyjah, Matthew, Aung Naing, Jonathan and Sandra

Today our team consisting of Matthew, Aung Naing, Jonathan, Sandra and I made a
google draw about the definition and goals of a leader. We worked together as a team to
create this google DLO and we were able to write down what we think a leaders
expectations and goals are. We think that as a team leaders should be supportive
and encouraging to everyone in their team.

Here is the link to Nyjah's blog post

Unpacking our CARE values...

LS2 worked together collaboratively in teams to create these presentations that helped them unpack and strengthen their connections to our school's CARE (Confidence, Attitude, Respect, and Excellence and Innovation) values. 

Introducing our 2019 Student Leaders

 2019 Panmure Bridge School Student Leadership Team

Jack and Mele                      Alex and Nyjah                  Julian and Fui
Head Students .               Manaiakalani Leaders .        Sports Leaders