Thursday, 7 September 2017

Kahikatea Canterbury Museum Visit 2017- a video

Thanks to Mailinoa Elia for sending through this video that she took during our day at the museum!





Wednesday, 6 September 2017

Delta/Zeta Must do Week 7

Delta/Zeta Must do


Thursday
  • Finish sheet from Tuesday
  • Watch coordinates video (on class blog)
  • Algebra AWS Page 9 Task 16


Friday

  • Complete Algebra AWS Page 9 Task 16
  • Coordinates sheet in your folder

If you are finished watch this map and coordinates video

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

24-7 YouthWorkers Student follow-up survey 2017

Please click on the link to complete the 24-7 YouthWorkers Student follow-up survey 2017.

Thank you for participating in our survey. Your feedback is important.

You have been asked to complete this survey because you have been involved in the 24-7 'YouthWorker in Schools' programme.  We’re keen to learn about what works (and doesn’t) in this programme. Your responses will help us do that.

The survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete.
If you don't want to answer any of the questions in the survey, you don't have to.
Responses will be analysed by an independent evaluation team from The Collaborative Trust and any data that could identify you or your school will be anonymised.

The researchers will study the survey responses and write a report on what has been said for 24-7 YouthWork.

Any comments from the surveys that are used in the report will be anonymous; this means that no one will know who said them.

Friday, 1 September 2017

Chinese Cultural Day

On Friday Team Kahikatea was very lucky to be involved in the 2017 "Chinese Culture on the road" day which is arranged through the Confucius Institute at the University of Canterbury (CIUC).

Chinese Culture on the Road is a one-day mini cultural fair to promote multicultural awareness, increase the understanding and appreciation of Chinese culture, and stimulate interest in Chinese language study amongst New Zealand school students in Christchurch.

Team Kahikatea was split into three groups and had the opportunity to participate in; Chinese calligraphy, Martial Arts and cooking dumplings.  We were incredibly lucky to be part of such a wonderful day. All of the tutors were very friendly and enthusiastic, and really sparked the enthusiasm of our students. It was an excellent experience which tied in well to our weekly Mandarin lessons.


Check out the photos from our fabulous day here!