Wednesday, 8 November 2017
Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Thursday, 9 February 2017
We got the sweet corn from the garden. We had put the sweetcorn plants and sunflowers in the garden before the Xmas holidays.
In the holidays the sunflowers had enormous flowers now they have little flowers.
Wednesday, 9 November 2016
Wednesday, 12 October 2016
On Tuesday, 11 October we planted the first of our seeds. We have been given. They are being collected from New World Little garden by our friends and families. #LittleGardenNZ .
We put the dirt in the water and it got big and fat because it soaked up the water.
We put some dirt in the pot, then we put in the seed paper then more dirt.
Tonja planted eggplant seeds.
Kendyl planted capsicum seeds.
Alicia planted rocket seeds.
Edwin planted radish seeds.
max planted parsley seeds.
Zakara planted spring onion seeds.
Freesia planted cres.
Shelley and Michelle worked in the garden and planted an Atlantic Pumpkin. If we are lucky by the autumn it will have grown enormous.
Tuesday, 28 June 2016
This is Te Oro. We are going to be here on Thursday and Friday.
This is the art room. It is up the stairs. We are going to be creating art that you can help with in here with Gabriel.
These are the stairs walk up to find the art room and us working with Gabriel between 10 and 11 Thursday and Friday.
This is the sloping hallway we walk down to the art room. There are interesting things happening in the other rooms.
Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Matariki is in the middle of winter. To the Maori it is the beginning of a new year. Serena
Matariki is about family and we are part of the Sommerville family. We shared our feast with our friends and some important teachers. Tonja
I chopped lots of vegetables because we had a big feast. Freesia
At our Matariki lunch we ate potatoes, broccoli, pumpkin, chicken, silver beet. We had cooked apple, rhubarb and hokey pokey ice cream for dessert. Everybody ate lots of food. Edwin
Matariki is about music so I sang the song to the visitors. Kendyl
I said the karakai and remembered the people not with us and blessed the food. This was my last Matariki as a student at Sommerville. I’d like to be invited back next year as a visitor. Max