Water Pollution Advertisements

Kia Ora everyone,

as many of you have seen, the children all wrote and acted out their own advertisements on one aspect of water pollution for GTV.   The links for these are below.   Please note, these links have been copied to the blog for parents only viewing.  Please do not copy this link or re-post on youtube or any other public media.  This is for the cyber safety of Gladstone children.  Thank you.

 

Week 10 Term 3

Morena everyone,

well it is the last week of the term, and it has flown by.  You may have read in the school blog that this Wednesday the classrooms are open so you can come in and view the work that the children have been doing this term in Topic, of course you can also view any of their work.  Room 14 will be open from 3.30 to 5.00 pm.  The children have work on a display wall, and they also have produced advertisements which have been played on GTV, these will be played in the classroom for you to view as well.  Our topic was investigating water and marine environments, how they are being negatively impacted on, and what we can do to protect them.

We are also having a cultural day on Wednesday, our class will be making dumplings and learning some Maori games.

Calendar art can still be ordered but today Monday the 25th of September is the last day.  If you need to view please check out our previous blog.  You can click on the link below to view our art and order online.

Calendar Art

Wishing you safe and happy holidays.

Stephanie Eddy

stephaniee@gladstone.school.nz

Calendar Art

Morena everyone,

Order forms for calendar art are going home today.  You can view your child’s art below or in the folder in the classroom.  Our art is also displayed on the wall in our classroom.

The calendars and diaries make wonderful gifts either for yourself and/or for friends and family.  The cards are handy for Christmas and birthdays!

Please use this hyperlink to order online.

Calendar Art Order Form

 

 

Hi everyone,

calendar art can now be ordered.  Please view your child’s art below or in the classroom.