Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Today we went to the Auckland Zoo. Thanks to John our zoo guide who was impressed with the intelligent questions being asked by our group of kids, the manners displayed throughout the tour, their keen eyesight in spotting the birds in amongst the trees and leadership qualities amongst some students. Thanks also to our helpers who came along to help out today.


Kākā using its large beak to climb up and down trees

Kākā showing its red colouring

Kererū (Photo courtesy of Whāea Leena Rm18)

Tui

John teaching us more about the native bird life of Aotearoa

Photo with John our guide 1

Photo with John our guide 2

Kaikai time

Tiger chillaxing

Close up of tiger

Otters

Elephants

Elephant & trainer

Emu

Wallabies

Zebra

Zebra & giraffes
Close up of giraffe



Flamingos

Lions

Lions on the rock

Ostriches

Rhinoceros

Meerkats


Seal

It was raining so the orangutans has covered themselves with a cloth so we didn't realise they were in their enclosure. Once the rain had stopped they immediately took the covers off to reveal where they were and straight away they jumped onto their playground.

Student: "Mister, he looks like Maurice from Planet of the Apes."

Can you spot the alligator?

Baboons

Serval 1

Serval 2

Off home ...

Let's go!

"Ummm, can we all fit?"

Thank you!

Friday, 7 July 2017


Adam and Umer have been attending extra-curricular classes to help improve their English during Term 2 and their teacher Mrs Heather Robertson has awarded them these certificates for their great effort. Well done Adam and Umer.



Tuesday, 4 July 2017


I would just like to say a big "Thank you" to all those parents who were able to make our triadic interviews on Tuesday 4th July and Wednesday 5th July. Thank you for taking the time to come out in the cold to talk about how your child is going.


Thank you, Fa'afetai tele lava, ಧನ್ಯವಾದ, Mālō 'aupito, Kia ora, Meitaki ma'ata, Meitaki ngao,آپ کا شکریہ, Merci beaucoup,  تشكر, Muchas gracias, धन्यवाद,