Tuesday, 29 November 2016
Monday, 28 November 2016
It is nearly time for the summer holidays - and your children can carry on reading and learning over the summer by getting involved in the Summer Learning Journey!
You are invited to come to Room 10 to find out all about it - at the same time as your children - from Rachel Williams, the lady who runs this holiday blogging programme.
When: Thursday, 1st December, at 11:15 am
Where: Room 10 @ Ruapotaka
Morning tea will be provided.
Tuesday, 22 November 2016
As you know, it has been difficult for some of your children to connect their Chromebook to the internet at home using the Tamaki Learning Network (TLN).
A new network, TLN Student, has been created to make things easier for everyone. TLN Student has been set up on your child’s personal Chromebook - but only for your child’s school email account. Your child does not need a password to access TLN Student on their own Chromebook.
We will try the new system today. At home - after 3:00pm - your child will need to:
- Shut down their Chromebook and then turn it on again
- Log into their school Google account
- Select the wifi network TLN Student
If there are any problems, I will find out from your children!
Whakaritenga New mō te whakauru TLN
I mohio koe, kua reira kua uaua hoki etahi o koutou tamariki ki te hono to ratou Chromebook ki te ipurangi i te kāinga mā te whakamahi i te Tamaki Learning Network (TLN).
He whatunga hou, TLN Student, kua hanga ki te hanga mea māmā hoki te katoa. Kua TLN Student kua whakaturia ake ki runga ki Chromebook whaiaro o tou tamaiti - engari anake mo te pūkete īmēra kura o tō tamaiti. E kore e tau tamaiti Me he kupuhipa ki te uru TLN Student runga i to ratou ake Chromebook.
Ka tamata matou i te pūnaha hou i teie mahana. I te kāinga - i muri i 3:00 pm - Ka hiahia tō tamaiti ki:
- Whakaweto iho ratou Chromebook me ka tahuri ano ki runga ki
- Takiuru ki to ratou pūkete Google kura
- Tīpakohia te whatunga wifi TLN Student
Ki reira ko tetahi raruraru, ka kitea e ahau i roto i a koutou tamariki!
Faatulagaga fou mo le faaaogaina TLN
pei ona outou silafia, ua faigata mo nisi o lau fanau e fesootai latou Chromebook i le initaneti i le fale e faaaoga ai le Network Aoaoina Tamaki (TLN).
O se fesootaiga fou, TLN Student, ua foafoaina ina ia faia mea faigofie mo tagata uma. Ua faatuina TLN Student i Chromebook tagata lava o lau tama - ae na o mo teugatupe imeli le aoga a lau tama. E le manaomia lau tama se upu faataga e maua TLN Student i latou lava Chromebook.
O le a tatou taumafai le faiga fou i aso nei. I le fale - ina ua mavae le 3:00 pm - O le a manaomia lau tama ina ia:
- tapunia latou Chromebook ma liliu ona toe i ai
- laau i le latou aoga tala Google
- Filifili le wifi fesootaiga TLN Student
Afai oi ai soo se faafitauli, ou te iloa ai mai lau fanau!
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
Saturday, 12 November 2016
It has been a very exciting and busy week in Room 10!
Firstly, we had a wonderful trip to Sylvia Park on Wednesday to watch the 9th Manaiakalani Film Festival and our own class movie, Gotta Read 'Em All, on the big screen. A great adventure! Thank you all for continuing to support your child's learning by leaving positive comments about our movie on the class blog. Ka mau te wehi!
Also, our Year 5 students in Room 10 now have the opportunity to learn at home using their personal Chromebooks. Thank you to our whānau who visited during the week to make this happen and to check out what Cybersmart learning looks like in action.
Sunday, 6 November 2016
Please feel free to comment about your child's learning at any time on their personal blog! If you would like to know more or have any questions, please ask through your child or by leaving a comment on this whānau blog.
Tuesday, 1 November 2016
Do you want to come and watch the evening showcase of the Manaiakalani Film Festival? It's happening next Wednesday, 9th November, at Hoyts Sylvia Park from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Our Room 10 movie, Gotta Read 'Em All, will be shown at this event.
Your children will watch one of the daytime sessions as a school group. However, the movies at the evening showcase are a selection from all the Manaiakalani schools. If you would like to go to this event, please book tickets through this film festival information page. The tickets cost $2 each. If you call your group Ruapotaka, we will be seated together. You will need to make your own way to Sylvia Park and back home again.
Separate notes will go home to the families of our two presenters.