Friday, 3 April 2020

Assembly on Google Hangouts

Today we held our second Pt England School Assembly via Google hangouts (aka Google meet). Jahzara and Toby, our school Rangatahi, led us in the karakia and mihi.


This is a great way we are able to stay connected as a community during this time we are all in lockdown. Last week's assembly drew a crowd of more than 200. How many do you think took part in this week's assembly??

2 comments:

  1. Tēnā anō kautau e te akomanga tekau o te kura o Pt England,

    Ka rawe o kautau hui ā kura mā te Tūtaki Kūkara. He āhuatanga hou te Tūtaki Kūkara ki tō mātau kaiako, heoi, i rata ia ki taua taupānga me te whakaatu atu i ngā mahi Ako i te Kāenga ki te hunga mātakitaki, whakarongo hoki. I tēnei wiki ka aro mātau ki Te Hokowhitu a Tū, te kimi mōhiohio me te rapu hononga o Te Hokowhitu a Tū ki a mātau. Tētahi o ngā hononga, ā ko te Kamupene C (ko ngā Kaupoi) o rō Te Hokowhitu a Tū, nō te takiwā o te Tairāwhiti taua Kamupene, nō te Tairāwhiti hoki mātau. Te take i tapaina i taua ingoa, Kamupene C - Ngā Kaupoi, nā runga i te mea, ko ngā hōiho te waka o ia wā, ia rā. Noho ora, haumaru hoki ki a kautau katoa.

    Kia Ora Rm 10 of Pt England School,

    Having assembly via Google Meets is awesome. Google Meets is a new thing to our teacher, however, she does like the app to present our 'Learning @ Home' mahi to an audience. This week we're looking at Te Hokowhitu a Tū - Māori Battalion, we're gathering information and we're identifying the connections we have to the Māori Battalion. One connection is Company C (Cowboys) within the Māori Battalion, that Company is from this area of the East Coast (of the North Island) and we're also from the Coast. The reason why it was given that name, C Company - Cowboys, is because horses were the most common use of transport. Stay well & safe.

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