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Jenni Hammonds
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Enviro Plan
The Enviro Group got together to make a plan of things we wanted to achieve during the year. It included what plants we wanted to put in the garden and orchard, projects around the school such as the tyre swing, a pond, and a treehouse. It also included pro...

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Vege garden and fruit orchard
 We grew seedlings given to us by a local business - Bunnings. Everyone in the whole school was involved. The parents were invited to come and help themselves to the free plants. We grew the vegetable plants just to be different to other schools. We cooked ...

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Compost bins and worms
We have left over grass clippings from the lawns that we put in the compost. It would better if we put up a sign about to say that it is the compost so people don't think its messy. The worm compost is kept in Room Kowhai (Rachel's class) so it can be looke...

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Art murals
We started by getting a huge piece of wood and some containers of paint, and brushes. We got a subject to paint each. My groups subject was tuatara. Each group got pictures of their subject. Everyone had a go doing observational drawings of their subject on...

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Welcome to Matapu School!
Massive welcome to Matapu School, who are pretty into technology already! When I visited I sat in on a robotics class run by Principal Jarad Chittendon. I learnt heaps, robots weren't something I had played with before! Their enviro leader is Miss Leesha Cl...

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Marco school worm farm
Marco School worm farm was
made from an old bath and some posts. It was put
together at the school working bee. We shred our paper
(that has been used on both sides) and feed it to the worms. The worms have a nice
carpet on top to keep them warm. The worm w...

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Welcome to Waitoriki School!
A huge welcome to Waitoriki School. They are out the back of Inglewood, and have 19 students at the school. There is Mr Steenson who is the principal and teacher, Mrs Downer who is our lovely teacher aide, and Mrs Wilkinson who is our sometimes Friday and T...

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Welcome to Marco School
Welcome to Marco School, who are participating in the blog project. They are a small full primary school out past Whangamomona. 

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Welcome to Huiakama School!
Welcome to Huiakama School, who are participating in the blog project. They are a sole charge school of 17 students, led by principal Gwenda Pease and assisted by a release teacher, and teacher aide (both who are onboard).

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Welcome to Moturoa School
Moturoa School will be participating in the blog project - we're looking forward to your contributions! Contact: Rachel
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