Thursday, 14 December 2017

Possum Trap


The box will drop and the possum will get trapped. We have created this because there are lots and lots of possum in New Zealand and Australia.


Key Competencies

Key Competencies
(the capabilities required for living and lifelong learning)

Halsey Drive School
                    A = Almost Always
                                                               S = Sometimes
                                                          N = Not yet
1st half of the year
2nd half of the year
Student
Teacher
Student
Teacher
Managing Self

I am organised for the day
S
S
S
S
I am willing to try new things
A
A
A
A
I complete work to the best of my ability and show initiative
N
S
A
A
I begin work straight away, stay on task and work independently
S
S
S
S
I can set realistic goals and explain how to achieve them
A
S
A
S
I make sensible behaviour choices
S
A
S
A
I happily take part in all school activities
S
S
A
A
Relating to Others

I cooperate well with others when working
A
A
A
A
I treat others with respect
A
A
S
A
I am a good friend and role model - especially at break times
A
A
A
A
I show good manners and cooperate with others
N
S
S
A
Participating and Contributing

I share my ideas and opinions with others
S
S
A
A
I listen well to other people’s opinions
S
S
S
A
I take part in activities outside of the classroom
A
A
A
S
Thinking

I ask relevant questions to deepen my knowledge
S
S
A
S
I reflect on my own learning and say what I need to learn next
A
S
S
S
Language Symbols and Texts

I use a range of IT to share my learning
S
S
S
S

Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Cheetah Report

Cheetahs
Did you know that cheetahs can run up to 120 km per hour?
Isn’t that amazing? Cheetahs are part of the cat family.
They are faster than lions too. Did you know that cheetahs
are nowhere near as dangerous as lions, tigers and leopards?


Most cheetahs are found in Sub-Saharan Africa.
They are also found in Eastern and Southern African Parks.
Cheetahs like dry, open grasslands where they can pick up speed
to kill prey.


Do you know what cheetahs like to eat?
They like to eat meat, such as: gazelles,
wild beasts, calves, impalas and smaller hoofed animals in its habitat.
Cheetahs have amazing eyesight during the day and can spot
prey from 5 km away!


Cheetahs are 3.5m-4.5m long from head to rump.
Its tail is 35.5 inches. Cheetahs are normally golden with
dark brown spots on their fur. They are built for speed.
They have muscular legs and flexible spines.
Cheetahs have long tails for balance.


Cheetahs are very strong creatures. They belong to the majestic
cat family. There are also king cheetahs. They are beautiful
animals which deserve more respect.


      Thank you for reading my report!!!








Sunday, 2 July 2017

key Competencies

Key Competencies
(the capabilities required for living and lifelong learning)

Halsey Drive School
                    A = Almost Always
                                                               S = Sometimes
                                                          N = Not yet
1st half of the year
2nd half of the year
Student
Teacher
Student
Teacher
Managing Self

I am organised for the day
S
S


I am willing to try new things
A
A


I complete work to the best of my ability and show initiative
N
S


I begin work straight away, stay on task and work independently
S
S


I can set realistic goals and explain how to achieve them
A
S


I make sensible behaviour choices
S
A


I happily take part in all school activities
S
S


Relating to Others

I cooperate well with others when working
A
A


I treat others with respect
A
A


I am a good friend and role model - especially at break times
A
A


I show good manners and cooperate with others
N
S


Participating and Contributing

I share my ideas and opinions with others
S
S


I listen well to other people’s opinions
S
S


I take part in activities outside of the classroom
A
A


Thinking

I ask relevant questions to deepen my knowledge
S
S


I reflect on my own learning and say what I need to learn next
A
S


Language Symbols and Texts

I use a range of IT to share my learning
S
S