Wearing face masks is one of the best ways of protecting yourself andothers from COVID-19, especially when in poorly ventilated spaces orwhen it is hard to physically distance yourself from others. Studentsand staff in years 3 to 6 are encouraged to wear a mask while indoors.People with COVID-19 and household contacts must

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Room 18

Welcome whanau

Room 18


Kia ora whānau. I am Jonathan McConchie / Mr Mac. I am a second-year beginner teacher and am pleased to have you join the fantastic Year 3 class in Room 18. In this class, your children will be able to have the opportunity to express their creative skills, build on their experiences and have the chance to share their knowledge and skills with others in and around the school. In doing so, together, we can build a class of wonder, exploration and laughter.


 Activities you can do while at home:

1. Draw something using only your favourite colour. Take a photo of your creation and write something about it. Have fun!

2. Weather colouring:



Room 18 – 2022!


Kia ora whanau and a warm welcome students and parents to room 18. Welcome Mrs Ruksana Naza to room 18. Mrs Naza will be filling in this term until our new teacher starts in term 2! 

This terms (2) we welcome Jonathan McConchie to Room 18.

Although it has been an odd start to the year, we have many great things happening around our school.

Please check out our home learning page if your child is isolating as there are many resources available. 

Also, please let the school office know if your child will be away.


Thank you.


Kia ora everyone,

Welcome to online learning. I hope you are all doing well and safe in your bubbles. I will regularly update this page. 

Miss Craven.

Try these Kiwinuggets reading comprehension.

Kiwi Nuggets

Try this Gymnastics challenge made by Georgia. Just copy and paste in the browser.




We will continue learning on StudyLadder. Miss Craven will assign reading and math tasks for you to complete. If you need help logging onto your accounts, please feel free to email me and I will be able to assist you.



Start a journal and write down all the things you did at home with your parents or gurdians. You can send them to me to read! 

Now that the weather is getting a bit warmer, it’s a great time to go outiside for some fresh air and walk around the neighbourhood with your parent or guardian. 


Continue to work on your multiplication and practice your times tables.

Try these maths activities.


Spring is finally here! The weather is getting warmer, the days are longer and the flowers have started to bloom. To celebrate the arrival of spring, I have attached a few activities that you can complete. I hope you are all safe and well. Make sure to continue to go outside to get some fresh air and exercise.


Put on your creative hats and build landmarks with lego, bake some yummy cookies in the kitchen or choreograph and new dance to share with your family! 

Stay safe!