Pokeno School

welcome to room 13

Kia Ora, welcome to Room 13's Webpage. My name is Miss Day. I am new to Pokeno School this year and am very excited to get to know the fabulous students and Whaanau of Pokeno School. 

If you need to contact me, my email address is k.day@pokeno.school.nz


Week 4 e-letter

... Poetry and Statistics ...

Kia ora Whaanau, I hope you are all safe and well.  

Please find the Week 4, E-Letter: Poetry and Statistics for Kea Whaanau attached here You can also access the slide for how to write acrostic poetry attached here, and statistical success slide here

Please remember to share your pictures and work with me so that I can post them on our class webpage.  I look forward to seeing your amazing learning from home.  

Stay Safe,   Miss Day.

Padlet

Below is a Padlet!

This is where you can add the poems you write and share any other amazing work you are getting up to at home! You can even add photos!

Click on the background, add your name, and share away!

I can't wait to see!

Made with Padlet

Recommended learning

... Digital Platforms ...

Mathletics, Reading Eggpress and Epic! are all live with tasks, lessons and books assigned to everybody.  MathleticsReading Eggspress, and Epic! Books.  Make sure you jump on and give them a go, as they are part of your recommended learning activities.   If you need any help with any  tasks or if you have any questions regarding any of the assignments please contact me on - k.day@pokeno.school.nz

Good morning Room 13

... Back to Level 3 ...

As we have moved back into Level 3 again, I will be sending out an e-letter to keep you updated with learning you can be doing while at home.

Please remember to check your emails as I have also sent home your login details for Reading Eggspress, Mathletics and Epic!

Stay safe, look after yourselves and your whaanau too.

Miss Day

learning from home

Kia Ora Kea Whaanau, below is our first Kea Whaanau E-Letter: Getting Started for 2021 - Learning from home.  The links below the image will take you to; the PDF of the E-Letter where you can access all of the links that you will need to complete the tasks, tutorials, the Brain to label activity and the answers to labelling the brain.  Please use this to help  support your child/ren with learning at home. Some of this information is also avaliable on our class webpages.   We understand that everyones situation during alert level 3 looks different,  so we encourage you to do what is managable for your whaanau.  We would love to have learning shared with us during school hours: photos, writing etc. If you are happy for us to update our class pages as a forum of sharing please let us know. We are happy to answer questions and support you and your whanau in this learning journey. 

Kea Whaanau E-Letter: Getting Started, Label the Brain ActivityAnswers to Label the Brain


LEARNING FROM HOME

We have a very talented Origami maker in Room 13!

Thank you Ashaz for sharing your Origami bear with us!

Ashaz has also been enjoying some family time.

Way to go Ashaz!

Caitlin has been busy in the kitchen baking 'Caitlin's Crazy Chocolate Cake'. She has also written a descriptive method for how to bake this delicious cake! 

She has also been challenging herself to beat her score on Prototec Maths.

Great work Caitlin!

It has been great to see students getting started with our Online Learning Activities and sharing what they have been getting up to!

Jadyn has been keeping on track with his basic facts on Prototec! Great work Jadyn!

Mikaele has also been busy labelling the human brain and cooking in the kitchen. I bet we would all love to join Mikaele for dessert with his fresh Apple Pie! YUM! He has even written out the method for us to try at home.

I look forward to sharing more fabulous learning from our classmates!


Level 3 Announcement 

Good Morning Room 13, you will be aware by now that as of 11:59pm last night we moved into alert Level 3 for the Auckland Region and that Pokeno is included in the Auckland Region this time around. We are hoping this Level 3 will only last the three days, however we can’t be too sure. In saying that, the Kea Whaanau teachers are working hard to set up some online learning platforms that we can use, if we need to.  Our class pages will be updated regularly with information and activities for you and your family to participate in, so keep an eye out on your class web page for updates and please stay safe. Kia Kaha  Kea Whaanau Teachers 

Kea Whaanau Teachers:

Mrs J Delany (j.delany@pokeno.school.nz)

Mrs K Kanon (k.kanon@pokeno.school.nz)

Mr T Wisnewski (t.wisnewski@pokeno.school.nz)

Mrs S Fraser (s.fraser@pokeno.school.nz)

Miss K Day (k.day@pokeno.school.nz)

Mrs V McCarthy (v.mccarthy@pokeno.school.nz)

Miss M Watson (m.watson@pokeno.school.nz )

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