Thursday, March 17, 2016

The Day has Finally Arrived - PVS Twilight Market

Come to the Twilight Market - Rain or shine!

Monday, March 7, 2016

Sunday, November 1, 2015

They did it! Massive congratulations to the All Blacks

Congratulations to the All Blacks 
2105 World Cup Back to Back Winners 
#Blacktoblack #allblacks

Remember this... 
We made this video for a Backing Black competition during the 2011 Rugby World Cup and came second. 
I can't believe these munchkins are now in Year 5!

Cecilia and Catherine's Earthquake Slide

Kaden and Logan's Earthquake Slide

Chase and Sienna's Earthquake Slide

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

New Uniform

Liam, Crystal and Madison are wearing our new 
Point View School Uniform.
What do you think of our new look?

Sunday, October 11, 2015

It's Term 4 - 2015 and we're back!

Check out our entry in New World's "The Little Kitchen" video competition.
We're sharing our learning about the three states of matter
Why don't you share with us what you have learnt.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Meet Charlie our Class Mascot

Charlie (Sir Charles) is the Knights of Room 14's class mascot. 
The boys are really enjoying having Charlie around. He does everything that they do!

Last year Marvin the Monkey, from Miss Revell's e-Kids class, visited Room 14 for three weeks. Marvin travelled to Point View School all the way from Hawkes Bay. The children fell in love with him and were extremely sad when he had to go home. Room 14 tried to attach themselves to several different mascots but they just weren't the same as having Marvin around. 
So Mrs Laburn hunted around and found Charlie.
Charlie is a knight and is a valued member of the boy's class.
We hope Miss Revell doesn't mind us copying Marvin.

Here's a small snapshot of Charlie so far…..

Keep coming back to see more of his adventures!

Monday, April 7, 2014

Orca Mufti Day

Last Friday Point View School held it's bi annual Orca Mufti Day.
All money raised went to the 
What a fun day - so many orca costumes, orca researchers and even oceans! Those of us that didn't have a costume dressed in black and white.

Check out the video of an orca rescue.

This is Thomas is his orcasome costume his mum made for him. 

And here's another costume! I wonder who dressed up as the ocean with an orca swimming by trying to catch some stingray? Can you see any clues as to who it is?

Yes it's Charlie! He loves joining in on all the fun! 

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Technology - Sewing Dragons

Technology - Making Dragons
By Curtis

On the day of technology I screamed to my mum, “It’s technology day!”
It was exciting, Mr Rankin took us to technology to learn how to sew. We needed lots of things. We needed to get a needle, a piece of paper, some buttons, scissors, an iron and material. Next we ripped the material in half. We used more material to cut some wings out and we used some triangles. Then we used some web glue to glue it with an iron. 
It was the most greatest thing I ever saw!

Technology - Making Dragons
By Tyler

WOW! I said to myself, it’s technology day. So off I went to school.
At technology day we were learning to sew. Did you know what? We got to iron! I thought to myself that sewing would be hard but it was easy when I started doing it.
We ripped the material and cut out the wings. Then we put glue on the wings and then ironed it on and then they stayed up. Next we sewed on the buttons and then we sewed on the tail and put the toilet rolls on.
I had a great day especially as I have never ironed before.

Technology - Making Dragons
By Ronan

In the morning I busted out of bed and rushed out of my house because I was excited! I never knew how to sew a dragon and today was the day we were making dragons.
In the morning in class I was waiting so hard that I couldn’t wait for the roll! Well, finally Mr Rankin came! So Room 14 walked down to Mr Rankin’s car because he had some material waiting in the boot. 
First we got some material it was a little hard for me to rip but I did it!. After that we ripped two wings out and it was still a little hard. After that we glued the wings on, well it wasn’t ordinary glue, it was web glue! We had to iron it so that it stuck better. After that we sewed the wings. I kept getting it wrong but I still had fun. Later on Kelvin’s grandma did all the sewing for me because I was stuck. Then I went to the overlocker and Mr Rankin made a big hole so then we could put more chopped up teacher in faster. Next we got two toilet rolls - one for the mouth and one for the bum. Finally we coloured the toilet rolls.
I had the most exciting day because I never knew how to sew. The sewing was really hard to sew.


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