A1 says: The movie was nice. We had a lot of fun rolling down the grass hill with A4.That was good singing!
Wow! What an experience and what a wonderful way to celebrate Matariki. Planting a Pohutakawa tree, having fun rolling down a bank and then having a kai hakari of hua whenua (vegetables) is the most perfect things to do. In years to come you can watch this wonderful gift grow with the knowledge that you were apart of that trees foundation at your school. Well done A1 and A4! You are fantastic and so are your teachers and supporters that helped you out. E tika ana te korero kua whakaaturia e koutou ki a matou. Kia mau ki tenei mohiotanga mo ake tonu."Ko te manu e kai ana te miro, nona te ngahere. Ko te manu e kai ana te matauranga, nona te ao."Nak noa,NaWhaea Roxie - HOD Maori ROSEHILL COLLEGE
Well done A1 and A4!!! It seems like you had a lot of fun celebrating Matariki!! I loved watching the movie, but I got very hungry when looking at the vegetables!AwesomeMs Nola
Hi A4I put on my gumboots yesterday and went and had a look at the tree, it is growing well. Perhaps when the rain stops A1 and A4 can go down and see it and have a walk through the jungle. . . Ms Mulrennan
what wonderful informaiton you found out about Matariki.Have you read the book? Beacause that one gets those kind of informaition.Well done A4 and A1.Ireally enjoyed the movie. It was great informaiton and i like the starting beacause there are stars. When you made this i think you learnt something and I learned more than the book told me. Thank you A4 and A1
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