Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Sea Turtle Conservation

This term we are learning about endangered land and sea animals. Some species of sea turtles are also endangered HELP ME SAVE THESE SPECIES OF TURTLE. ”STCTalking-Turtle

Monday, 14 August 2017

Current Events

Current Events Week 4

1. Sanitarium is trying to stop a small retailer importing a breakfast cereal that has a name similar to Weet-Bix. What is the cereal’s name?
• a. WeetaBix
• b. Sweet-Bix
• c. Weet-Bricks

2. What 100-year-old perfectly preserved food item has been found in an Antarctic hut by members of the Antarctic Heritage Trust?
• a. a bar of chocolate
• b. a fruit cake
• c. a salami

3. True or false, Green co-leader Metiria Turei resigned last week? TRUE

4. The Auckland Council has issued a warning that the Waitakere Ranges are facing the extinction of all …?
• a. kiwi
b. kauri trees
c. tuatara

5. Which entertainment company is pulling out of U.S Netflix to start its own movie streaming service?
• a. Disney
• b. Paramount
• c. Warner Bros.

6. Which area of the country has been in the news due to a controversial decision to allow iron sands to be mined on the sea floor?
• a. Taranaki
• b. West Coast of the South Island
• c. Northland

7. Who has been claiming that they are being spied on by private investigators? • a. members of the New Zealand First Party
• b. members of the All Blacks
• c. New Zealand Greenpeace activists

8. Which Australian team has been dropped from the Super Rugby Competition and will not participate from 2018 onwards?
• a. Western Force
• b. Melbourne Rebels
• c. Queensland Reds

9. Which South American country has been in the news for the past four months due to often violent protests against their government?
• a. Peru
• b. Chile
• c. Venezuela

10.A drink made by a kiwi founded drink company will soon be sold at celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s British restaurants. What type of drink is it?
• a. a cola
• b. a feijoa juice

• c. a kiwi and apple juice

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Science Intensive with Mr Nath

  Today in Mr Nath's classroom Me & Danny learnt about fire safety,fire hazard,and fire we first wrote down a bunch of stuff that can cause fire's.Then we answerd a few questions about what we know about fire safety.The End Thank You

Monday, 31 July 2017

Science Intenseve

Today in Miss Stone's class we had to clarify the 3 main states of matter then had to to a diagram of the 3 states. Then we had to Complete a template of water cycle

Science Intensive

Last week in Room 9 Miss sigamoney's class to learn about Earthquakes and how it can effects houses when earthquakes appear.SO when we settled into the class we watched a little video on how
earthquakes happen.

How earthquakes happen.

1.(The earths crust starts to slide past each other)

2.(New crust is formed when the old crust moves away from each other.

What causes earthquakes

1. (Earths core)

2.(What are the different ways the plates can move.1. They can slide past each other. 2. They bump into each other. 3.They can separate from each other)

3. (What happens when the plates move new crust forms)

The end Thank you for reading my small facts on earthquakes

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

William Shakespeare

For the last three days we have been learning about William Shakespeare's life.I have come across some of the things that William Shakespeare has done over his years of life like being a poet,A father,A son,and being the 3rd of 6 siblings.Here are my facts about his family,career,Early life,And education.Hope you all like it

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Kowhai history of Glen Taylor

Kowhai ~ Glen Taylor - Stephen, Linda, Inoke, Vainikolo, Mary, Shannon.

Inoke - Uniforms over the years?

In 2004 Glen Taylor’s uniform T-shirt was the colour red and
their shorts / pants are navy blue. They still continue with the same uniform.
Shannon - Cost of their uniforms now?  
Polo Shirt – Short Sleeve - $25.00 (size 4-14) / $30.00 (S/M/L/XL)

Polo Shirt – Long Sleeve - $30.00 (size 4-14) / $35.00 (S/M/L/XL)

Polar Fleece Half Zip Jumper - $45.00 (size 4-14) / $50.00 (S/M/L/XL)
Pants - $35.00 (size 4-14) / $40.00 (S/M/L/XL)

Cargo Shorts - $35.00 (4-14) / $40.00 (S/M/L/XL)

Girls Skirt - $36.00 (size 4-14)  

Hat - $10.00                                                                     
Linda~When the school started?
Glen Taylor School was known as Tamaki No.6 when it first started.
It opened and started running in September, 1958.
Mary~Why the School was set up?

Glen Taylor school known back then as Tamaki No.6 was set up because students needed to go to school and Taylor left the farm. So then they changed the farm, used the land and changed it into a school that is now called Glen Taylor.
Linda~How many pupils then and now?
Pupils from Glenbrae, Glen Innes and St Thomas’ were enrolled on the first day. About 270 pupils attended.

Linda~Principals past and present?
Glen Taylor has the following Principles
(in order) since it opened in 1958:
Mr Frederick Dare
Mr Lance Whatman
Mr Douglas Banner
Mr Tony Hirst
Mrs Valerie Hyland
Mr Richard Coote
Mrs Janice Traffor
Mr David Yardley
Ms Lin Avery    
Mr Chris Herlihy (Present Principal)
Mary~Location of the school on a map?
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(Map showing of Glen Taylor)

Glen Taylor is located in Glendowie near Glen Innes on W Tamaki Road, Auckland.

They are not that far from Glenbrae School.

Changes in buildings?
Glen Taylor was built from ground, a farmland that was owned by Taylor. There were some changes towards Glen Taylor.

Changes made:

Classrooms have been renovated. They now use technology, such as netbooks and iPads.

The buildings have improved, they have added two more classrooms in the juniors.