Flat Bush

(09) 274 8279 20 Flat Bush Rd Otara, Auckland

of Room 12 are passionate lifelong akonga, striving to be the best they can be! They are drivers of their own learning and work in partnership with their kaiako, aiga, peers and extended whanau to actively contribute to their learning.

Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa 2020 | Aso Lulu 27 Me

Talofa lavaKia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu, Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Did you know there are 17 letters in the Samoan Alphabet? We enjoyed learning a simple pese, including sign language for the 17 letters and sounds of the alphabet and a sasa using common Samoan words and phrases to easily remember the Samoan Alphabet. Our home and school challenge for today is to practise the Samoan alphabet at home. See the video clip below for the actions and tune of the pese and sasa. Each student also has their own copy of the lyrics for the pese and sasa: O Le Pi Faitau Fa'ataga.pdf

Manuia le Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa

Miss Patterson

Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa 2020 | Aso Lua 26 Me

Talofa lavaKia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu, Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Today we HIGHLIGHT Karla, Sao, Faiupu, Simrah and Tauetera for accepting the challenge of talking with their aiga about what things are the same or different at school after Lockdown and recording their responses in their 'Going Back to School' booklet. Learning is a partnership between home and school and these brilliant learners are great role models of such a powerful connection. Malo lava KarlaSao, Faiupu, Simrah and Tauetera! 

We have also been practising our counting in from 1-26 (tasi, lua, tolu, fa, lima, ono, fitu, valu, iva, sefulu, sefulu tasi, sefulu lua, sefulu tolu, sefulu fa, sefulu lima, sefulu ono, sefulu fitu, sefulu valu, sefulu iva, lua sefulu, lua sefulu tasi, lua sefulu lua, tolu, lua sefulu fa, lua sefulu lima, lua sefulu ono) counting in tens from 10 to 100 (sefulu, lua sefulu, tolu sefulu, fa sefulu, lima sefulu, ono sefulu, fitu sefulu, valu sefulu, iva sefulu, tasi selau) and counting in hundreds from 100 to 1000 (tasi selau, lua selau, tolu selau, fa selau, lima selau, ono selau, fitu selau, valu selau, iva selau, tasi afe) in Samoan. We even learnt how to say 1,000,000 in Samoan - tasi miliona. We will continue to practise numbers in Samoan at school and at home.

Manuia le Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa

Miss Patterson

 

Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa 2020 | Aso Sa 24 Me - Aso To'onai 30 Me

Talofa lava, Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu, Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

This week we celebrate Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa 2020. The theme for this year is Tapena sou oso mo lou malagaPrepare yourself a gift for your travels

At FBS we launched the week with the raising of the Samoan flag accompanied by the singing of the Samoan National Anthem. Each day we begin and end our school day with a tatalo led by Room 10, our Year 5-6 Samoan language focus class. We will be learning Samoan greetingsSamoan mannersnumbers, coloursdays of the weekmonths of the year and the alphabet in Gagana Samoa. Stay tuned to see our Samoan language learning. We'll share what we are learning with you at home too.

Students are invited to wear their Samoan attire at school this week if they would like to. I'm looking forward to wearing puletasi each day this week in recognition of my Samoan heritage. 

Manuia le Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa

Miss Patterson

Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuaono | Term 2, Week 6, Monday 18th - Friday 22nd May 2020 

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu, Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

The wait is over...Flat Bush School is NOW open for ALL FBS learners and we couldn't be happier!!! We've had a blast working on our distance learning activities at home...but there is nothing quite like being back with our friends and teachers (in person), learning alongside each other in our AMAZING learning environment at Flat Bush School. 

A huge SHOUT OUT goes out to us all, for are shared effort to save lives by staying home during Alert Levels 4 and 3 and learning from home. Your time and energy spent with your children to assist them in their home learning as been so greatly appreciated. We will continue to work in partnership in your child's learning journey. He waka eke noa, We are all in this together! 

Nga mihi nui, 

Miss Patterson


Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuarima | Term 2, Week 5, Tuesday 12th May 2020

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu, Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

The countdown is on for our return back to Room 12 at FBS. Yesterday it was announced that we would be moving from Alert Level 3 to Level 2 this Thursday 14th May 2020. Flat Bush School reopens for ALL FBS learners on Monday 18th May 2020. Click here: ALERT LEVEL 2 UPDATE for more details. 

Faiupu has been exploring her artistic skills this week at home (see photo on the right).  I too have been keen on doing some canvas art which I will share with you all next week. What other visual art skills would you like us to learn this term? Let me know!

FREE DRIVE THRU FLU VACCINATION
 

Six more sleeps until we will see each other again - face to face..I can't wait!!!  

Arohanui, 

Miss Patterson

 

Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuarima | Term 2, Week 5, Monday 11th - Friday 15th May 2020 

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu, Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Welcome to Week 5 of Home Learning! Try out these activities: Distance Learning Week 5 and the learning tasks included in your MOE and FBS resource packs. You can choose to have a go at some of the below suggestions too:

REMEMBER you can also log on to Studyladder (internet access required) to access Handwriting, Spelling and Mathematics online learning tasks. Remember you can also tune into TV 2 +1, The Home Learning TV channel. It is free to air on TVNZ Channel 2+1 and TVNZ on demand and airs from 9am to 3pm Monday to Friday. 

I am readily available to help you out with your home learning and would love to see your AMAZING work! Keep in touch with me via email: elisap@flatbush.school.nz.

Alofa atu, 

Miss Patterson


Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuawha | Term 2, Week 4, Wednesday 5th May 2020 

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu, Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Our Room 12 Brilliant Learners continue to drive their own learning as they continue their home learning this week. It is so much more FUN when you get to learn together with your sibling/s and parent/s. During their lunch break yesterday Shalon (mum), Francis and Jericho had a game of Jenga. I could the see the concentration, turn taking, patience and hear the laughter as I watched the video clips. You can view the video clips here: Shalon Lapana (Ask your parents first - Facebook login required). 

What are your favourite rainy day games that you play with your aiga?

LOVE card games...a few of my favourites are: Five Crowns, Monopoly Deal and Phase 10. Not only do you get to have QUALITY FAMILY FUN TIME, you also get to apply a variety of problem solving strategies, use your forwards and backwards number sequencing and number ordering skills, as well as recognising and naming various shapes, sorting, organising card into different categories and taking turns. Who knew playing games was learning too.I can't wait to share these card games with you when we are back at FBS in person. Let me know what games you enjoy. We could teach each other our favourite rainy day games and and use them as independent tasks in our learning programme too!

Fa'afetai tele lava, 

Miss Patterson

Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuawha | Term 2, Week 4, Monday 4th May 2020

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu ,Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Today we HIGHLIGHT Faiupu Seau's SUPERB FBS DL (see photos above). I love how Faiupu has included a caption for her first two photos to let us know (1) she is having lunch with her fluffy friend Tibble and (2) how her brother Tyler is helping her with solve multiplication number problems. I'm keen to find my own fluffy friend to have lunch with this week. Faiupu has already made her Mothers Day card and completed the Mothers Day flower origami (included in her latest FBS learning pack) for her other grandma which she delivered in person last Saturday. What a great way to share her love and appreciation for these AMAZING women!

We also celebrate Simrah Kumar's OUTSTANDING HOME LEARNING (see photos below).

Origami CreationsNZ Volcano ReadingsNZ Volcano Locations


 The Ring of FireCross section of a VolcanoVolcano Report

Simrah has been exploring her make and do skills constructing an origami heart, her Mother's Day flower bouquet and a origami finger game. She has also been developing her science knowledge, reading about New Zealand volcanoes: Mount Ngauruhoe, White Island, Lake Taupo, One Tree Hill and Rangitoto and has identified where these volcanoes are located on a NZ map. Did you know that most of New Zealand's volcanoes are situated in the North Island?

Simrah has also learnt that the ring of fire is a string of volcanoes, ocean trenches and high mountain rangers around the edges of the pacific ocean. She knows the parts of and can label where the steam and ash cloud, lava, magma and crater of a volcano. Lastly, she wrote a report about volcanoes beginning with an introduction about volcanoes, a description of volcanoes and finishing with a conclusion. Thanks for sharing your learning with us, there is so much I now know about NZ volcanoes too!


Keep up the great home schooling Brilliant learners!


Nga mihi nui, 

Miss Patterson

 

Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuawha | Term 2, Week 4, Monday 4th - Friday 8th May 2020

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu ,Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…


Welcome to our fourth week of Home Learning. Continue to work on our FBS DL activities here: Distance Learning Weeks 3-4 and the learning activities included in your MOE and FBS hard copy resource packs. Gwenavea has enjoyed completing and recommends the fractions maths section in your Homework book (included in your MOE pack). You can also log on to Studyladder (internet access required) to access Handwriting, Spelling and Mathematics online learning tasks. Remember you can also tune into TV 2 +1, The Home Learning TV channel. It is free to air on TVNZ Channel 2+1 and TVNZ on demand and airs from 9am to 3pm Monday to Friday. 

Mothers Day is this Sunday 10th May 2020. I would love to see the special things you do to recognise and honour your mothers, grandmothers, great-grandmothers, aunties and other WONDERFUL women in your lives! Remember to keep in touch with me via email: elisap@flatbush.school.nz.

Ma te wa, 

Miss Patterson

Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuatoru | Term 2, Week 3, Wednesday 29th April

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu ,Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Today I am updating you from the safety of Room 12 at Flat Bush School. Our AMAZING FBS staff have been here at school today and yesterday getting the school ready to reopen today! Families picked up new hard copy learning resource packs today too. If you weren't able to come to FBS today but would still like a new pack for your child, please contact the school office on 274 8279 to arrange a suitable pick up day and time. I am happy to report that our 22 Brilliant Learners will carry on with their distance learning safe at home during Alert Level 3! Well done to you and your families as you continue to stay at home and save lives. Check out our new FBS DL activities here: Distance Learning Weeks 3-4

Our STAR learners Faiupu and Francis having been CREATIVE in completing FBS DL at home (see photos above). Using cutlery to spell your name Faiupu aka 'Upu' is so easy and visually appealing. It would be great to see others names spelt with cutlery too! Francis and Jericho are so focused on their Maths learning that the time flies by (see video clip above). 

The sharing of your learning always makes me smile and is a great example of our school value Mahi Ngatahi - we work as a team! I look forward to seeing your lovely faces in person...when we move to Alert Level 2 (fingers crossed). In the meantime, keep those emails and photos coming...

Alofa atu, 

Miss Patterson


The Poppy Think Poem
by Summer Higgins
LEST WE FORGET
by Tanner and Hayes Ma'asi
Anzac Poppies Pictures
by Dalton, Kal and Saber Craig

Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuatoru | Term 2, Week 3, Wednesday 29th April - Friday 1st May 2020

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu ,Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Week 3 of Term 2 begins with our annual Anzac Day public holiday which we officially observed on Saturday 25th April 2020. This years Anzac Day remembrance was UNIQUE as we were unable to gather together and participate in dawn parades that have been traditionally held across New Zealand and Australia.

How did you celebrate Anzac Day? Over the weekend my family shared with me the special experiences they had on Saturday 25th April 2020 (see the photos above). Here in New Zealand my 10 year niece and her parents stood at the end of their driveway at 6am in remembrance of New Zealand and Australian soldiers who served in World War 2. My 8 year old niece wrote a poem, while my nephews and niece drew Anzac Poppies pictures that they displayed on the windows of their home. Tanner and Hayes made a 'LEST WE FORGET' sign (with help from mum and dad) which they proudly held up as they sat outside the front of their house on Anzac morning in Sydney, Australia. 

This week as you work on your distance learning activities you may want to write your own Anzac poem, design and create your own 'LEST WE FORGET' banner or draw your own Anzac poppies pictures and display them on your window at home too! You could make Anzac biscuits with you family and/or listen to or read Anzac stories here: Anzac Day 2020. I would love to see how you and your family celebrated Anzac Day this year. Remember to send your photos to me via email: elisap@flatbush.school.nz.

FBS reopens this week. Flat Bush School Board of Trustees ask that children should ONLY be coming to school if they aren't able to remain home. See full notice here: ALERT LEVEL 3 UPDATEIf you need more resources to work on at home, we will have new learning packs available for you to pick up this Wednesday 29th April 2020 between 10.30 - 11.30am from the school library. 

May you all continue to be kind, be safe, stay home (if you are able to) and save lives. We will continue to stay connected. Our relationship with one another in our shared responsibility in your child’s learning is VITAL. 

He waka eke noa, We are all in this together! 

Fa'afetai tele lava, 

Miss Patterson



Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuarua | Term 2, Week 2, Thursday 23rd April 2020

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu ,Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Anzac weekend is quickly approaching...but the long weekend hasn't distracted FBS learners from working hard at home. Francis and Jericho love maths, working with two and three digit addition problems today and had a blast building their paper volcano as part of their science studies (see photos above). They also kept themselves moving with the popular just dance video: 'I got the power' (see below). Great hand and eye co-ordination skills boys!

In the Seau home, Faiupu has been exploring her artistic skills, drawing her unicorn and making a sign for her wall.

What a pleasure it was to talk to and text whanau today as we continue to stay connected. Today our SHOUT OUTS go to the Aukustino, D Lea'ana, Kumar, Lu'uga, Milne, Soia and Vailea families for keeping their children home during Alert Level 3. Kiripa, Bob, Simrah, Ben, Tyler, Kalati and Hayzill will continue their FBS DL from the comfort of their own homes. 

Keep up the great work Brilliant learners!

Alofa atu, 

Miss Patterson


 


Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuarua | Term 2, Week 2, Wednesday 22nd April 2020

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu ,Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Today we CELEBRATE the home learning of Tauetera Lazaro (see photos above) and Francis Malaga and his brother Jericho from Room 11 (see photos below). Tauetera has inspired me to set up my own outdoor learning space! Thanks mum (Ann) for emailing Tautera's lockdown bubble photos to me, I couldn't help but smile when I saw your beautiful faces. 

Francis and Jericho have received their school devices and logged into their school google accounts successfully! Shalon (mum) is doing a stellar job as 'teacher' . Check out Francis and Jericho's home learning video clips here: Shalon Malaga (Ask your parents first! Facebook login required)

It was lovely to connect with you today via call, text or email today. I have connected with twelve families today and will contact the remaining ten whanau tomorrow: Thursday 23rd April. A huge SHOUT OUT to the Anderson-Williams, George-Tatu, Lazaro, Malaga, Mareikura, Ngatai Rio, Ramarn Putta, Savusa, Seau, Tulua, Vitilino and Whaanga families for staying home and continuing their distance learning when we move to Alert Level 3 next week.

Flat Bush School Board of Trustees ask that children should ONLY be coming to school if they aren't able to remain home. See full notice here: ALERT LEVEL 3 UPDATE

If you need more resources to work on at home, we will have new learning packs available for you to pick up next Wednesday 29th April 2020 between 10.30 - 11.30am from the school library. 

Please keep in touch: elisap@flatbush.school.nz.

Ma te wa, 

Miss Patterson



Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuarua | Term 2, Week 2, Tuesday 21st April 2020

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu ,Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Our Room 12 Brilliant Learners having been working hard on their Term 2 distance learning activities. Check out the photos above of Sao in his bubble. What a great role model Sao is to his peers of a self motivated learner!

Faiupu has her desk set up at home, wrote about what she did on Monday and has set out a plan for Week 2 of home learning (see photos above). The Seau crew have taken on the challenge to create a Tik Tok dance video this week. I have included it below for your viewing pleasure!

I had the opportunity to talk to PJ and his mum and Shalon (Francis Malaga's mum) yesterday and will be making calls to more Room 12 whanau today. We will continue to stay connected. He waka eke noa, We are all in this together!

Ia Manuia, 

Miss Patterson


 


Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuarua | Term 2, Week 2, Monday 20th - Friday 24th April 2020

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu ,Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

New Distance Learning activities for Week 2, Term 2 are now available here Week 2 Distance Learning . You can work together with your aiga on a range of tasks (aligned to our six school values) at a time that suits you!

For those of you with access to the internet, you can log on to Studyladder to access Handwriting, Spelling and Mathematics online learning tasks. Your studyladder username and password in your learning packs that you took home before lockdown. You can also choose learning tasks from your FBS pack and/or the MOE box you received in the mail. 

Remember you can also tune into TV 2 +1, The Home Learning TV channel. It is free to air on TVNZ Channel 2+1 and TVNZ on demand. It runs from 9am to 3pm Monday to Friday. For physical activity sessions, your options are a Les Mills class from 9-10am on TV1 or Born to Move on TV2 at 3pm (Monday to Friday).

Talanoa Ako Radio for Pacific Communities starts today: Monday 20th April 2020 starting with English, followed by PMN Cook Island Maori, PMN Niue, PMN Tonga, PMN Samoa, PMN Fiji, PMN Tuvalu and PMN Tokelau. Tune into 531pi or watch live here: www.facebook.com/531pi .  For further information regarding radio schedule times, dates, teachers and sessions topics, click here: Talanoa Ako Radio for Pacific Communities

I look forward to keeping in touch via phone call, text and email again this week. Keep sending those emails and photos to me: elisap@flatbush.school.nz too!

Arohanui, 

Miss Patterson

 

Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuatahi | Term 2, Week 1, Friday 17th April 2020

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu ,Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Our first week of Term 2 Flat Bush School Distance Learning is done and dusted. It has been great receiving emails and photos from Faiupu, Simrah and Gwenavea this week! You’ll see what home learning looks like in the Seau, Kumar and Whaanga bubbles here: T2 W1 Fri 17.4.20 TBL FBS DL.pdfKeep checking the school websiteparticularly our class page: Room 12 to see how learning at home is going for our FBS learners. 

Don’t worry if you haven’t heard from me yet, I’ll be giving you a call early next week! You can also continue to keep in touch via email: elisap@flatbush.school.nz. He waka eke noa, We are all in this together!

Alofa atu, 

Miss Patterson



Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuatahi | Term 2, Week 1, Wednesday 15th April 2020

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu ,Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends…

Today marks the first day of our Flat Bush School Distance Learning. It’s great to see our learners and their whanau logging into our school website: Flat Bush School, particularly our class page: Room 12 and working on the suggested distance learning activities for this week. FBS devices are in the post and on their way to: Bob, James, Francis, Daleini, Tyler, Baba, Sao and PJ

You've got mail! I have emailed each of you, so check out your school google inbox. Click on this button to see the email: T2 W1 Wed 15.4.20 TBL FBS DL .pdf . I have also sent a text to your whanau to reconnect. I have also had the pleasure to speak to some of you too. Don’t worry if you haven’t heard from me yet, I’ll be giving you a call too!

TINO PAI TO MAHI Gwenavea, Ben, Ezra, Karla, Simah and Tauetera who have been logging into Studyladder to access Handwriting, Spelling and Mathematics online learning tasks. You can find your studyladder username and password in your learning packs that you took home before lockdown.

May you all continue to be kind, be safe, stay home and save lives. Stay positive and strong. Our relationship with one another in our shared responsibility in your child’s learning is VITAL! We will stay connected. He waka eke noa, We are all in this together!

Nga mihi nui, 

Miss Patterson

Wahanga Tuarua, Wiki Tuatahi | Term 2, Week 1, Wednesday 15th - Friday 17th April 2020

Kia orana, Kia ora,  Malo e lelei, Talofa lava, Namaste, Fakalofa lahi atu ,Bula vinaka, Ni hao, An Yeoung ha se yo, Greetings to our Brilliant Learners whānau and friends... 

I trust you have all enjoyed your quality whanau time over the past two weeks. Please know that my thoughts are with you and I encourage you all to continue to stay positive and strong. I'd also like to express my gratitude to you and your aiga in our shared effort as New Zealanders to save lives, as we have stayed home and been kind to ourselves and each other. He waka eke noa, We are all in this together!


FLAT BUSH SCHOOL DISTANCE LEARNING (FBS DL)

Term 2 begins in a unique way as we learn together from the comfort of our own homes. Although we will not be meeting together in our usual way, face to face at school, we will stay connected!

I will be contacting you and your whanau by phone, text or email this week. I can't wait to reconnect! Also feel free to share what you are doing at home during lockdown by sending me photos or an email to elisap@flatbush.school.nz.

Feel free to have a go at these activities this week:

Start each day saying the Karakia Timatanga with your whanau. 

Draw your family bubble including names or take a photo. Tell me about your bubble.

Tune into TV2: 'Born to Move' at 3pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday for a 30 minute movement and mindfulness session. 

Make time in the evening to watch the 6pm news with your aiga. Everyone can share one thing they learnt from the news. 


Ko Kahuranaki raua ko Whakaturia oku maunga. Ko Te Ngaruroro te awa. Ko Te Moana Nui a Kiwa te moana. Ko Takitimu raua ko Ngatokimatawhauroua oku waka. Ko Ngati Kahungunu raua ko Ngapuhi oku iwi. Ko Whaturapiti raua ko Ngatiwai oku hapu. Ko Kahuranaki raua ko Tuparehuia oku marae. Ko Elisa Waina Patterson toku ingoa. 

Elisa Patterson | Room 12 Teacher | Te Puke o Taraimainuku Kahui Ako Across School Leader|Email: elisap@flatbush.school.nz

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