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Molly's Current Events Report about Hairy Maclary's new book.
Find out when you can read it!!


Thomas' current events from Week 3.
It is about a rugby player. Listen to find out more!


Remember our great idea to save paper last term??
We were interested to know if we could email some of the newsletters to the parents so that it would save paper.

Today we got to interview Sarah who is a parent from Room 11. Sarah knows LOTS about computers. She liked our idea and left us a comment on our blog last term.
We had lots of questions to ask her so we can start planning to get our idea off the ground!


Today Josh and Jackson presented their newspaper articles for Current Events. Coincidentally they both brought the same article!! - so they ended up telling Room 9 about what happened together. We also got to ask them lots of questions at the end.

Well done Josh and Jackson for finding and preparing your current event to share with the class. You knew lots about the topic and were able to share it with us.


Room 9 have been practicing interviewing people so we can find out the answers to our questions.

Here we interview Scott!
We will be getting to know Scott better next term when he is teaching with Rachel in our room.... we wrote lots of questions to ask him and he answered them all!

We hope you enjoy getting to know Scott


Yesterday when we watched all of the school newsletter and notices get handed out we had a brilliant idea!

We wrote a shared story in the form of an argument today to let people know our great idea. Some children then used our brand new DIGITAL VOICE RECORDER to record parts of the argument for our podcast.

We hope that Mr Potaka our Principal, will listen and tell us what he thinks of our idea!


We have continued to learn more about blogs.

We have made this podcast to teach others (students, teachers & parents) lots about blogging.

Please visit us on our class blog to listen!



These are our reflections from making our first podcast


Our first podcast is based on our favourite places at Nelson Central School. Firstly we wrote about our favourite places, took digital photos of us in our favourite place with our buddies and put it all together as a podcast.

We hope you enjoy our first attempt, it is a bit noisy in the background in some stages. Stay tuned for more brilliant podcasts from Room 9!




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