Student Voice - What is important for you in your learning here at Kaurihohore?
Doing maths, practising and persisting, subtraction and problem solving. Know strategies so we grow up smart. Different levels of problems.
Doing some homework to help us get better at stuff.
Writing. Rich language (similes) so people understand what we want to say. Using pictures and words. Creativity, imagination.
Learning to respect others and nature.
Being kind to each other/Bucket filling.
Learning to read for understanding and enjoyment. Helps us to learn. Helps us to imagine. Make connections. Makes us confident.
Learning to share.
Learning phonics to help us with reading and writing.
Doing arts and crafts and making a mess.
Doing Kapa Haka and learning to speak Māori. It is NZ culture, it is all around us, so we can recognise Te Reo.
Playing to grow your brain and to make new friends.
To help people when they are hurt.
To help new people.
To have time with the teacher.
Listening, being able to listen to instructions.
Persisting and persevering.
Climbing trees grows your brain like a muscle.
Striving for accuracy, trying your best.
Spelling (essential words)
Getting along with others.
Play based learning.
Respect. How to manage yourself.
Friendships, how to be a good friend.
Growing in self confidence.
Caring for myself and others.
Being brave and courageous.
Tools and resources available.
Growth mindset. Try new things, keep going, be happy about learning.
Mantle of the Expert. It is a fun way to learn. We learn about different stuff. Builds confidence. Uses maths and literacy. Because we do business stuff and work collaboratively.
Looking at others points of view.
Express ideas in art.
Sport. We need to be strong, fit and healthy. Uses teamwork. Good for healthy competition and learning fair play. Builds determination and is fun. P.E and the outdoors.
Art uses maths and it is a fun way to learn.
Skim reading for information.
The environment, aware of native plants and animals. Know about life cycles and discover permaculture.
Learning about our brains and making pathways.
Working with others and compromising.
Learning in the bush.