Sunday, June 15, 2008

Tamaki Int, - Week Seven

This week:
Tuesday: Our Open Grade Girls and Under 55kg Girls Rugby Union teams have their big Eastern Zone field Days. The Girls are undefeated to this point, and the Open teams were last defeated in this competition in June 2000! The Open Girls take on Sommerville Intermediate, St Pius X School and Howick Intermediate. The Girls have a tough task taking on the Auckland runners up in the shape of Bucklands Beach Intermediate. The results will be online Tuesday and footage from Wednesday onwards.

Our school has a special assembly in the afternoon with Norm Hewitt as the special guest.

Our Girls Basketball team is now 3-1 following their record breaking win over Sylvia Park School last Thursday. They now have to take on Pakuranga Intermediate (Boys) team.

This week in Room Six.
Complusory task! All students this week have to go to one of our associate blog sites, find a piece of work and comment on that piece of work. The blog must be a Auckland blog and it must be listed from within the pages of our blog. There will be a checklist on the wall for this activity and the comment must be verified by Mr Webb. There are some awesome sites to check out like Room12's Blog at Bayfield Primary School or Miss Signals EPS blog!


Anonymous said...

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Mrs Burt said...

Hi Room 6
What a full-on week you have this week. I don't know how Mr Webb keeps up with all this sport plus teaching you guys. You are very lucky to have all these opportunities.
I like the sound of the blog post challenge. Did you know there is a challenge out there for adults too? It is the 30 Day blog comments challenge. We have to leave 30 comments on 30 different blogs in 30 days. It is fun and you learn lots while you are doing it.
Maybe you should start a kids' version next.
Mrs Burt