Hi all, it's been a few weeks since the last episode. This week's behaviour is to be responsible on the field and courts. One way to do this is by finding help if you need it (as Semisi, John and Cordell will show us). Can you name the other two ways of being responsible in these areas?
We also have mediators starting this week so keep an eye out for them at playtime and find them if you need help solving a problem.
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
At Wesley Primary our values are respectful and responsible. We wanted to know what values local businesses had so we wrote to some of them. The Warehouse and Coffee Club kindly replied and shared their values with us. We then compared their values with our own (along with our graduate profile) to see if they were similar. This is what we found out...
Thursday, May 10, 2018
This week our Kea class captains went to National Young Leaders Day. We heard lots of awesome speakers and got plenty of good advice about thinking like a leader. One of my top tips was to try and look for chances to tell people what they are good at.
Last Friday the Kea and Hoiho teams visited MOTAT to have a lesson on Fantastic Flight. We also explored the Simple Machines and Gearing Up exhibitions and had a ride on the tram. Can any Wesley students share what they learnt on the trip?
Friday, April 13, 2018
We are all different. This week in Room 3 we have been working on our jagged profiles. This includes skills like listening, speaking, collaborating and being organised. We shared what we learnt with a one minute smackdown. Here are the slides we created with a few pictures of students sharing their work.
Thursday, April 12, 2018
This week Room 3 have been collaborating to make some resources for other teachers to use to teach subtraction. Check out all the different strategies we have learnt this term! Which one would you use to solve these problems?