Last week on Thursday night we held our School FiaFia for 2018. This event is held every two years at our school and is an amazing way to share our many different cultures at our school. It's also a great way for our parents, families and communities to come together. Most importantly it was another opportunity for all of our students to shine.
The movies can be viewed on our school PENN archive. Congratulations to all of our teachers and parents who tutored and managed the groups. Thanks to all of our Pt England families and friends for turning out to support even though the weather was not the best.
Here are just a few of the groups from FiaFia.
Monday, April 16, 2018
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
The Year 5 & 6 Extension group created movies about the issue of pollution from different perspectives: Conservationists, Environmentalists, Doctors, School Caretaker, Maori Tribe and Auckland City Council. Here are some of their movies.
On Wednesday, the day before our school FiaFia, the whole school met in the hall for our FiaFia rehearsal. We couldn't sit in front of the big marquee like in previous years due to bad weather. Luckily for us footage of the rehearsal was streamed live onto the screen in the hall. Here are some highlights from the day.
Friday, April 6, 2018
Here are just some of the Y7&8 Extension group projects based around the issue of pollution. The class was put into 6 different groups: Conservationists, Environmentalists, Doctors, School Caretakers, Maori Tribe and Auckland City Council.