Kia ora, Kia orana, Talofa, Malo e lelei, Bula, Fakalofa lahi atu & Greetings to you ALL.
ROOM 2 ft. TYREE #SMASHPROOF
Yay! Welcome to our 1st class Blog.
We would like to share some of the HIGHLIGHTS Room two was up 2 in Week 1.
LET’S GET PHYSICAL#Hauora
Warming up our bodies & Waking up our minds ready for Learning
PB4L Positive Behaviour for Learning
We have been learning about our values G.I.V.E.S to refreshen our memories as our minds were still buzzing on holiday mode.
Guardianship - Integrity - Vigilance - Empathy - Success
Rhea, Rangimarie and Sophia presented their champion choices poster from Term 1. Well done girls for demonstrating guardianship and success.
Rhea's champion is her Brother
|Rangimarie's champion is her hardworking mum|
|Sophia's champion is her beautiful mum|
Shared reading “The tree hut treaty” gave us a deeper understanding of the main message, who the characters were, what was the purpose of the treaty, new information Treaty of Waitangi is about, and how we can create their own classroom treaty to remind us and guide us daily in our learning.
Champion choices options started up this week!
Homai GIVES Back
Cook islands arts, Crafts & culture
Homemade beauty items
Maori art & designs
Hey whanau come along and see for yourself what your beautiful children are learning at champion choices.
TM 2 Topic: Citizenship
Our choices impact our future...what footprint do you want to leave?
Talofa my name is Hanaliyah Sifaala and I’m Letauilo Faamausili. We are from Room 2 and this week, we have been learning about “Citizenship”. Things that are related to “Citizenship” are: Homelessness and Housing problems in our Manurewa community.
What is citizenship?
the position or status of being a citizen of a particular country. However, citizenship is about being good, meaning helping people, especially the homeless in our community.
Now onto the first topic:
What is Homeless?
(Of a person) Without a home, and therefore typically living on the streets.
How do people become homeless?
Many homeless people start out with jobs and stable residences, but then social and `economic factors intervene, causing a rapid change in their living situations. The two biggest factors driving homelessness are poverty and the lack of affordable housing.
Now Letauilo and I found some news which might be shocking so we’re gonna show you…
News: Homeless man found dead outside Manurewa Methodist Church. Beverley Losefa describes the sadness of finding a person who died alone.
A homeless man has been found dead, huddled under his sleepingbag at the back of the church- the 2nd known such death of a homeless person in 2 weeks as a popular blast grips the nation.
The man was found on Tuesday morning as `Manurewa Methodist Church set up it’s weekly soup kitchen for the homeless.
Manurewa mum Beverley Losefa who organises the soup kitchen, thought he was sleeping in. But when they served the first cup of tea, he still hadn’t risen up, so she became worried.
Police were called and confirmed the man died. Losefa was heartbroken to see the man die without his family. The whole church was crying especially the priest. The man's nickname was Kingi. And the police sergeant scott Dixon from counties manukau said that officers has found out that he was a 59 year old man.
Auckland's housing supply and affordability crisis is proving devilishly hard to fix, partly because the high prices that should help solve the problem have found at least 5 ways to make the problem worse.
They rose too fast and it’s too risky to
They rose to fast and it’s to risky for
Banks to lend right now.
They rose to fast and it’s to risky for
1st home buyers to be able to afford to buy.
Housing costs are too high for
Construction workers to be able to
Afford to live and work in Auckland.
High housing costs have degraded the
quality and number of potential home builders.
Thank you for reading our story By: Letauilo & Hanaliyah
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