Thursday, 14 December 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
A
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
A
A
A
A
I begin work straight away, stay on task and work independently
A
A
A
A
I can set realistic goals and explain how to achieve them
A
S
A
S
I make sensible behaviour choices
A
A
A
A
I happily take part in all school activities
A
A
A
A
Relating to Others

I cooperate well with others when working
A
A
A
A
I treat others with respect
A
A
A
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
A
A
A
A
Participating and Contributing

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

I ask relevant questions to deepen my knowledge
S
S
A
A
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
A
A
A
S

Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Monday, 11 December 2017

Shark Report

Do you like sharks?I do! Sharks have 5-7 gill slits on the sides of their heads.
The earliest known sharks were discovered more than 420 million years ago!
The coolest thing about sharks is most sharks can only live in saltwater but
the bull and river shark can live in both fresh and salt water!


Shark attacks can occur often and scar many people and make them terrified
of sharks.
Surfer Bethany Hamilton was attacked by a tiger shark on October 31, 2003,
and now she surfs with one arm.
Sharks are omnivores so they don't always eat human flesh.


Even if you don't like sharks we can donate some extra money to help them.
Numbers are decreasing rapidly there is only about 400 of each different
species
on the planet so we need to try to help them increase in numbers.
These creatures are beautiful and majestic.In some countries, sharks are hunted
for their fins which is a reason why there aren't many left.


Sharks are mysterious, and there's still a lot to learn about them and there
full of cases people want to crack.So in 25 years we should have the right
amount of knowledge to know it's not there fault.


Even if you think sharks are dreadful or not there a part of our world they
have more secrets than we know about. So if you like it or not there here to
stay and they'll be here for awhile with double the amount.Image result for sharks

Thursday, 24 August 2017

sharks peom

!Sharks!

Sharks are important
Cute and Cuddly - to some!
And they have a very good sense of smell
The are brilliant and loyal,
Protective and smart,
Their skin is smooth but tough.
Sharks are good natured,
They look like babies.
And are critically endangered!
They are beautiful and incredible,
They swim in the sea.

SHARKS ARE AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Image result for proving sharks are incredible

Monday, 7 August 2017

My holiday recount.

Being a zookeeper for a day


“ Yay!” I screamed. The burning bright sun had risen. I had breakfast and waited for Ella and Theo. When they arrived we zoomed off in the car. The car eventually stopped and we walked through the zoo's grand entrance. My friends and I were going to do a holiday program called Zookeeper for a day! As the struck clock eleven, we walked through the gates to our headquarters. We all felt nervous.We were told we weren't allowed in before eleven because the cheetahs had gone for their morning walk.

In our headquarters, we got a black hat with our names on it. The first thing we did was go behind the scenes to the monkey cage I felt a little awkward when I looked around. First, we got our gear then we made our way to the spider monkey cage. We gave it a good scrub down. It was very dirty. When the monkeys came in we all cried! They made it look like a dump again!

As we walked back we sat down and had some morning tea while we watched the misty gray elephants. We shooed away chickens while we ate because they were trying to eat our food. Then we walked on a concrete path until we came to a sign that “staff only”. We made our way through. No Matter how hard we tried they would not tell where we were going, so that meant we felt excited. We walked into an enormous room with two pens on each side. A man greeted us and introduced us to the rhino. On one side was a storm cloud gray rhino. One by one we all got to pat him his skin felt tough but weirdly soft. After that we said goodbye and went back for lunch “we even touched a blue tongue lizard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”


After our awesome lunch, we went to tortoises. There we went in the cage and touched them we also got to count them. Then we went we went through the meerkat tunnels.  Then soon we soon went back to go to our headquarter's. “We were given a certificate and a USB stick with photos of our experience including one which I will blame the camera man for!”


Then it was time to go home. I would never forget that great day! I felt thrilled that I was a trained zookeeper.

Reflection I like how I used Agectives.

Thursday, 29 June 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
A


I am willing to try new things
A
A


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


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


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


I make sensible behaviour choices
A
A


I happily take part in all school activities
A
A


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
A
A


Participating and Contributing

I share my ideas and opinions with others
A
A


I listen well to other people’s opinions
A
A


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
A
A