Monday, July 2, 2018

Forces of Flight Animations - Team 4

In Term 2 the focus for Team 4 was based around the forces of flight and what makes flight possible. Students were asked to create an animation to show their knowledge about flight. Some created animations about planes flying, rockets, birds and kites. Take a look at some of their amazing work.

Monday, June 25, 2018

Year 5&6 Talanoa Projects inspired by the Auckland Museum Trip - Term 2

Early on in Term 2 the Year 5 to 8 Extension groups had the opportunity to visit the Pacific Collection at the Auckland Museum. This was organised by a man called Ma'ara Maeva from the Museum and his colleagues as part of the Talanoa Programme. It was an amazing opportunity to see artefacts up close and see some of the work that the Museum curators do.

When our students got back to school they were inspired to create their own movies about the trip to the Museum. Students worked in groups to create some pretty cool animations, documentaries and movies inspired by the Talanoa Programme.

Toby, Kauri and Austin:

Jahzara, Eden, Pisirina, Levonah:

Marika, Zaeeda, Amira, Eva:

Maddison, Jane, Oali'i, Norah-Jade:

Caleb, Kahurangi, Simon

Friday, June 22, 2018

Rube Goldberg Machines - Team 3

Have you ever heard of a Rube Goldberg Machine? Have you ever seen one before? They are pretty amazing to see in action. Think of a set of simple machines working together. The students in Team 3 who are in Year 3 and 4 had to create an animation of their own Rube Goldberg Machine. Take a look at some of their amazing work.






Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Team 2 I like to move it graphics and animations

Team 2 focused on creating three types of graphics and animations to demonstrate:

1. Magnetism
2. Gravity
3. Push and Pull

Take a look at what some of the students in Team 2 created.

Monday, June 18, 2018

Team 1 - I like to move it graphics

In Term 2 our school wide theme was 'I like to move it!'

Here are some graphics created by some of our amazing students in Team 1 from Room 16. Most of these students are only 5 or 6 years old.