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Tuesday, August 4

  1. page Year 5 Maths Extension edited Hello, and welcome to our maths page! ==We We have been ... of these: || {3D_models.jpg} …

    Hello, and welcome to our maths page!
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    and took 88 years to build.
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Tuesday, July 28

  1. page Honours Board (Excellent effort & attitude) edited {cool_stuff.gif} ... the following students: students for achieving 100% in the Basic Fact…

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    the following students:students for achieving 100% in the Basic Facts test:
    MATHS
    Year 4
    Christine Zhou
    Term 3 - for amazing bookwork and a good attitude to her homework
    Kate Fan - for beautiful tidy work and a great classroom attitude
    Jaxon Ingold - for asking clever questions and for a huge improvement in his maths mentals tests
    Samuel Ong - for a great effort in his homework
    Year
    Lance Zhang Year 5
    Serena Young
    Term 3 - for a huge contribution to maths discussionsSofia McClelland and for beautiful tidy bookwork
    Emilly Fan - for an outstanding attittude to her work
    Andy
    Andy Feng Term 2 - for demonstrating superior maths knowledge and skills and for sharing in class discussions
    Sofia McClelland - for amazing homework and contribution in class
    Leon Reynolds - for amazing work in maths; a great attittude
    Year
    Emily Yee Year 6
    Selena Wu
    Term 3 - a keen attitude to all work
    Tony Fan - completing extra worksheets in maths; a great attitude
    Connor Rocard - for showing commitment and perseverance; a pleasing improvement in his work
    Jack Ma
    Matthew Sherlock Term 2 - for a keenJoshua Kim and hardworking attitudeHyun Jun Kim (extension)

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Monday, July 27

  1. page Year 5 Maths Extension edited Hello, and welcome to our maths page! We have been building 3D models of famous landmarks. For ho…
    Hello, and welcome to our maths page!
    We have been building 3D models of famous landmarks. For homework, we also had to research 5 interesting MATHS facts about each landmark. Below is a picture of these:
    {3D_models.jpg}
    {Statue_of_Liberty.jpg}
    Some interesting maths facts about:
    The Statue of Liberty
    The Eiffel Tower
    The Sydney Opera House
    Skycity
    The Pyramids of Egypt
    The Sphinx
    The London Tower Bridge
    The Lighthouse of Alexandria
    The Windmills in Holland
    The Great Wall of China

    Hello, and welcome to our maths page!
    ==We have been building 3D models of famous landmarks. For homework, we also had to research 5 interesting MATHS facts about each landmark. Below is a picture of these: || {3D_models.jpg} || {Statue_of_Liberty.jpg} || || =Some interesting facts about our landmarks:
    Jack - the Statue of Liberty is 152 feet tall and weighs 225 tonnes.
    Ben - 200 million people have visited the Eiffel since its construction in 1989.
    Emily-Jade - the Sydney Opera House has about 3000 events every year with audiences up of to 2 million people.
    Leon - the Great Wall of China is 7.5 metres tall and approximately 4.5 metres thick.
    Emilly - the Sky Tower weighs 21 million kilograms and is 40 storeys high.
    Connor - the De Otter Windmill in Holland is 2.8 metres tall and 19.5 metres wide.
    Sofia - the Colloseum in Rome was completed in 80AD and it seated 50 000 people.
    Tom - the London Tower Bridge had 432 construction workers and took 8 years to build.
    Abby - the Pyramids of Egypt are 146 metres high and cover 25 609 square metres.
    Jacqui – the Taj Mahal cost 32 million rupees (approx. $621 239) to build.
    Thomas B. – the Lighthouse of Alexandria in Egypt could be seen up to 56 kilometres away.
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Friday, July 17

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Monday, July 13

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  2. page About us edited {coolheading.gif} {vegetables2_(2).jpg} ... year 4 student students from rooms ... and 1…
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    and 12 worked
    worked
    with Mrs Smuts on drawingthe Edible Garden extension
    programme. To demonstrate a typical garden community,
    we had to design
    the ideal garden.
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    vegetable garden and display our
    ideas so that our parents and families can see and enjoy
    our work. Students worked in pairs and completed various tasks.
    These tasks are linked to the Vegetable garden Drawing.
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  3. page About us edited {coolheading.gif} {vegetables2_(2).jpg} In term 2, eight year 4 student from rooms 11 and 12 …
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    In term 2, eight year 4 student from rooms 11 and 12 worked with Mrs Smuts on drawing the ideal garden.
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  4. page Year 5 Maths Extension edited ... {3D_models.jpg} {Statue_of_Liberty.jpg} Some interesting maths facts about: The Statue o…
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    {Statue_of_Liberty.jpg}
    Some interesting maths facts about:
    The Statue of Liberty
    The Eiffel Tower
    The Sydney Opera House
    Skycity
    The Pyramids of Egypt
    The Sphinx
    The London Tower Bridge
    The Lighthouse of Alexandria
    The Windmills in Holland
    The Great Wall of China

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  5. page home edited ... My name is Elizabeth Smuts and I currently teach the extension programmes at Hauraki Primary S…
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    My name is Elizabeth Smuts and I currently teach the extension programmes at Hauraki Primary School. I am passionate about teaching and learning, not just in the classroom, but also in my own personal growth. I have a 3-year Teaching Diploma, and in 2008 I completed a Bachelor of Education Degree in Special Ed. at Massey University.
    I have taught previously as an intermediate school classroom teacher at Greenmeadows Intermediate in Manurewa, before moving on to Wairau Intermediate on the North Shore. After a year of my appointment, I was promoted to Senior Teacher and remained there for a further 6 years. During that time, I was also Science Curriculum Leader and a member of the North Harbour Science & Technology Committee.
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    have two teenage sons.sons, aged 20 and 16.
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