Friday, 19 September 2014

Book Week - READ LEAD SUCCEED - Broydan

Book Week - READ LEAD SUCCEED - Broydan - Room 12

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Book Week - The Garden of Books

The Garden of Books - By Mateaki (Room 12)



Thursday, 11 September 2014

Jump Rope for Heart - by Cylus

Wednesday 10th of September we had jump rope for heart to help raise funds for people with heart damage and to remind us to keep healthy.
They are suffering because they don’t have enough money for all their appointments at the doctors and hospitals and that’s what Jump Rope for heart is for.

Kids all over new Zealand donate a gold coin to people who need it and that’s what kelvin road did on Wednesday.

Watch the video to know more about your heart- How does the heart work? (Go down the page)
 
 
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Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Footsteps Dancing

Reported by Lawrence
Photos by Lawrence
Today a member of footsteps dancing academy came to Kelvin Road School to teach us how to dance.
Her name is Kate she wants us to love dancing because it is a lot of fun and keeps us fit.
There are a lot of styles of dancing like Hip hop, Jazz, Tango, Salsa, Breakdancing and even highland dancing.
Here are some photos when the Junior school was giving it ago 
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Thursday, 28 August 2014

Papakura Schools Football Tournament

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Papakura Football Tournament


Today Kelvin Road School is hosting the Papakura Football Tournament.

Schools from around Papakura are visiting us and competing against other local schools.
KRS are hosting it and we hope we do well.
We have seen some awesome skills and talent.
Good luck to all participants

Neisha, Keara, Angeline (This morning)

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Monday, 25 August 2014

Bobby visits the Junior School

On Friday the police visited our Junior school.
Bobby the dog and Constable Bryan along with other policemen and policewoman were telling us about wearing seatbelts and to make sure to keep dogs on their leash.

By Marius and Nigel (Room 7)

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