Thursday, 25 August 2016

Ski Trip 2016 Photos

Gloves Are Very Important

The Magic Carpet Was A Smooth Ride
Just Chillin'

"Look Mum, No Poles!"
"I've Been Doing This For Years!"
It's All About Image

Which Way? What? Where Are We?
Synchronise Your Skis
Follow The Leader

Have Lunch, Must Eat
Adopt A Kea
Best Dressed On The Day

The Best Little Cafe In Town
Thinking About Technique
That Way For 'Down'
Some Of Us Know A Trick Or Two
Solo Snowboarder
Bottom Of The Slide


  1. Hi Ruma Tahi. My name is Kartell I go to Paihia School. How was your class ski trip. What did you do on your class ski trip. How much fun did you all have there.

  2. awesome ski photos room 1!looked like an amazing trip

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  4. Hi it's Crystal form Paparoa Range School this looked like it would have been fun I love the photos.

  5. Kia ora, my name is Vaidika and I am a student in Scott class at Hay Park School. I really like how you have labelled your pictures in your blog post. These picture made me think of when we went to the show.

    If you would like to see my learning, my blog is:
    From Vaidika

  6. Hi Ruma Tahi, I love the photos of your ski trip. It looks like you had lots of fun. I've never seen something like the Magic Carpet before. Was that hard to get on and stay balanced on?
    From Aedan's Mum.

  7. Hi there, my name is Vaidika and I am a student in room 7 at Hay Park School. I really like How you have told us what you are do at that time under the photos. It made me think of when I went to mount rupiah. Have you thought about naming where are, because I don’t know which mount you are on. If you would like to see my learning, my blog is Vaidika @ Hay Park School.

    From Vaidika

  8. Hi Ruma, my name is Calvin and I am from panmure Bridge School in Auckland. I really hope you enjoyed going to a school ski trip,that really sounds exiting. I liked how you put the words at the bottom of the picture's because it tells me a little bit about what you did there. I would make a bit more sense if you would add a little blurb to your blog post. For example, explain more about what you did there. Other than that you could say that you had a really great time with your class mates.

    From Calvin


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