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Monday, May 13, 2019

Kindness and Kaitiakitanga



This morning Mrs Collins shared that this was 'anti-bullying' week. To explain how we feel when someone hurts us, we were all given a piece of paper on which we had to draw a picture of ourselves. Then we swapped our pictures with one another so that we didn't have our own. Mrs Collins asked us to scrunch the picture up as tightly as possible. After that we had to open it up carefully and pass it back to the person it belongs to.  We were shocked to see our pictures with so many wrinkles and creases on them. Mrs Collins explained that when we say or do mean things to one another we leave a crease on that person which is very difficult to undo or make better.
This week our class goal is to help one another with kindness.


20 comments:

  1. Hi Room 6 I liked your Kaitiakitanga

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    1. Thank you Waimarie. We had a great lesson with Heather

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  2. hi guys those pitchers look good how did you guys do that can you guys show my hole class.

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  4. Hi Room 6 I really like you're post it looks really nice and I really like how it said Kindness is a renewable resource it sounds very interesting.From Estalina nice work Room 6.

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  5. Hi guys those pictures look very awesome. and thank you for showing us your art.

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  6. Fakalofa lahi atu Room 6. This is Ilaise at Glen Innes School Room 8. It's good to celebrate anti bullying this week and your goal matches really well. What are some of the things you will be doing to show act of kindness?

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  7. hi room 6 i like how yous drew pitchers for anti bullying week.

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  8. Hi room 6 i like your kaitiakitanga because it lookes fantstiic

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  9. i liked your flower or what ever it is but i really really like what you put on your
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  10. hi room six I really like your Kaitiakitanga it looked nice where did you get the Kaitiakitanga? was it from google search?

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  11. Hi Room 6 I like the picture that you use and how it looks. I think it looks very beautiful and makes lots of sense about bullying a person. Why didn't you use colours for drawing?

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  12. Hello Room 6 I like your Kaitiakitanga because You wrote renewable resource and I like it how you wrote it because it means renewing things and that actually is right.

    By Ahou in glen Innes School.

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  13. Hi room 6 my name is jack from Glen iness school

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  14. Kia Ora Room 6, I like how you passed the paper and how you expressed your feelings. Why do you think New Zealand calls this week 'anti-bullying' week and not something else?

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  15. Hi Mrs Collins. I miss you. Why did you go to St Patrick School? I am Andy. Hope you still remember me?

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    1. Hi Andy...I work across 7 different schools in Glen Innes, but I come to St Patricks on a Monday. Of course I still remember you - I have heard some great things about you and the DOGabled programme.

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  16. Kia Ora Room 6, I like the picture with two blue dots and three red dots. Are you also going to display some of the things relating to Kindness and Kaitiakitanga?
    From Eloida.

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