Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Have you ever watched a movie about a murder mystery? Sometimes the person who commits a crime is the person who you'd least expect.
The Year 7&8 Extension group were keen to write the script and create their characters for our movie. We used sound effects and music to create suspense and build up a sense of drama. A couple of our characters used different accents (voices) as well. We tried to build a story that would keep our viewers watching. If you enjoyed watching our movie, please leave some feedback and/or positive comments.
What kinds of movies do you like to watch? Some of the most popular movies are action movies!
This movie was created by the Year 5&6 Extension group. Everyone wanted to play a part in the movie, so we decided to split the movie up into different sections or different worlds. The students wrote the script and picked their characters.
The theme was inspired by some of the most popular block buster movies. We used quite a few green screen effects for our backgrounds. The underwater scene was quite difficult to shoot, but the footage was amazing!
We hope that you enjoy watching our movie. Please leave some positive comments on our blog.
Saturday, October 19, 2019
Fakaalofa lahi atu! Niue is affectionately known as the 'Rock' of Polynesia. This year we had a large group of students perform at assembly to celebrate the end of Niue Language Week. Many of our students are non-Niuean, so it was amazing to watch them learn a new dance and perform an item in front of the school. Monuina e faahi tapu vagahau Niue! Choo hoo!
Sunday, September 15, 2019
Te Wiki o te reo Māori is becoming a major fixture on the national calendar providing an opportunity for concentrated promotion, raising awareness and giving an opportunity for expert and advanced speakers to encourage others on their te reo Māori journey. link
To celebrate the end of Maori language week our Kapa Haka group put on a stunning performance at assembly. We hope you enjoy!
Saturday, September 7, 2019
To celebrate the end of Tongan Language week a large group of students performed at assembly. Amelia in Year 8 choreographed the girls dance which was then taught by Tia, Shania and Ms Tuia. The boys item was choreographed by Viliami in Year 8 with some help from Ms King and Mrs Ilaoa. The students were amazing and the costumes beautiful!