Friday, 2 February 2018

Welcome to Ruma Tahi 2018

Kia ora everyone


Welcome to 2018.  This year Ruma Tahi is once again working with the William Pike Challenge organisation. We will require a lot of parent support to facilitate our participation in the William Pike Challenge for 2018. If you are available to support our activities please return all forms promptly so you can be included in our arrangements.


At the end of the year, one student in the classroom will be eligible to receive the William Pike Challenge award at our end of year break up evening.  That person will have demonstrated a positive attitude and effort in all of our challenges including the outdoor challenges, volunteer service, blogging, and new skill aspects of the programme. We look forward to working with students as they demonstrate success in this programme.


This week we welcomed the Super - Rugby cup into the classroom. After being handled by numerous students it was in need of a bit of a polish!



Swimming is the order of the day for the next few weeks and we are grateful to Greymouth High School for allowing us to use their pool this season.

Whakatauki:
Success is not the work of one but the work of many.
Ehara taku toa, i te toa takitahi, engari, i toa takitini.

1 comment:

  1. Nau mai, haere mai, welcome to Tuhi Mai Tuhi Atu for 2018. I am excited that your class has joined a group and I will get to check out your blog on a regular basis. My name is Tania and I am the organiser of Tuhi Mai Tuhi Atu. I live in Whangarei, quite a way away from where you live in Karoro! Have any of you ever travelled to the North Island? Auckland? Whangarei? It looks like it's going to be a great year at Karoro School this year with some amazing opportunities. I would LOVE to be part of the William Pike Challenge and hope I see some pictures of you participating on your blog. Enjoy the first few weeks of learning, creating and sharing.
    Ngā mihi nui
    Tania

    ReplyDelete

Kia Ora, thank you for reading our blog. We would appreciate it if you could structure your comment in a positive, thoughtful, or helpful way because that is how Smart Learners in Ruma Tahi are learning to comment on other peoples blogs.