Friday, 3 April 2020

PES Korero

Today at assembly, Mr Burt shared a new korero. The korero for the week is Smart Footprint. Mr Burt asked us to think about the digital footprint that we leave behind when we are online. As part of this, he asked us to think about the photo that represents us on our google accounts.

Here is the video he shared:

He finished the korero with a quote by Doris A. Wright: “The future lies before you, like a field of fallen snow; Be careful how you tread it, for every step will show.”

How are you ensuring that your digital footprint is a good representation of you, your whānau and your community?


  1. Tēnā anō kautau e te akomanga 10 o te kura o Pt England.

    Inā rā te pai o te kiriata e pā ana ki te tapuae matihiko, i wawe te kapo i te pūtake o taua kiriata, kia mataara, kia haumaru, kia mōhio. Me noho ora, noho haumaru hoki ki a kautau katoa.

    Great clip about digital footprints, you quickly grasp the message it delivers, be vigilant, be safe, be aware. You all stay well & safe.

    Matihiko = Digital
    Tapuae = Footprints
    Tapuae Matihiko = Digital Footprints

    1. Kia ora Kōkā Audrey and Waipaoa akomanga,

      Thank you so much for leaving us some comments on our class blog! Also, thank you for teaching us some te reo māori through your comments. We will be able to use these in our learning too!

      Miss West and Room 10

  2. I really love how you explained this, it's a good example for people around the world. Anything you do is seen, I like this. Keep up the good work !