on family fun night, you could hear the sausages sizzling and the children laughing while the water splashed as the energetic children slid down the slippery wet slide as fast as a flash.
As you waited in line, you can feel the grass brushing on your feet as the wind blows while you are watching the sun slowly disapearing into the West.
Earphones are very long and thin and a lot of people use them to listen to music or recordings. There are two black wires and...
We are learning Te Reo through music. Today we learnt the song 'Hoki Hoki Tonu Mai'. Listen to our amazing voices!
Today Bryan, Eleanor, Emily, Jada and Louie shared their Mihi. They introduced themselves and their family in Te Reo Maori.
Last week we started reading a story called 'The Woven Kete'. In this story, Rawiri was given a woven Kete by his nanny to keep his ...