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Tuesday, 22 May 2018

We were on TV!



You may remember that last term What Now came to our school to film our class playing
Ki-O-Rahi. Well, finally the piece was edited and it aired on What Now over the weekend. We had a lovely email from What Now thanking us for our enthusiasm and professionalism throughout the filming experience. We had a lot of fun and had been looking forward to seeing the finished video. Check it out! We think it's spectacular.



7 comments:

  1. That was awesome!!! Well done guys!!! It looks like a really fun game to play!

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    1. Hi Lucy,
      Thank you for commenting on our blog. We are so pleased you enjoyed. Everyone was super proud of the effort put in to learning and then playing the game.
      From Mrs Spragg

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  2. Hi Rimu class, my name is Conrad from Waikowhai Primary School in Hauraki class.I really like your post about Ki-O-Rahi and being on What Now.At our School the seniors are also doing Ki-O-Rahi. If you would like to see my learning here is my learning blog.
    http://wpsconradb.blogspot.co.nz/

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    1. Hi Conrad,
      Thank you for commenting on our blog. That is great that your seniors are playing Ki-O-Rahi too. It's a pretty exciting (and complicated) game. Our students really enjoy it. Do you get to play it? If so what is your favourite part to play.
      Mrs Spragg

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  3. Hi Rimu class, my name is Conrad from Waikowhai Primary School in Hauraki class.I really like your post about Ki-O-Rahi and being on What Now.At our School the seniors are also doing Ki-O-Rahi. If you would like to see my learning here is my learning blog keep it up class

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    1. Hi Mark,
      Thank you for commenting on our blog. That is great that your seniors are playing Ki-O-Rahi too. It's a pretty exciting (and complicated) game. Our students really enjoy it. Do you get to play it? If so what is your favourite part to play.
      Mrs Spragg

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  4. Hi Rimu class, my name is Charlotte from papakura central school. I really like your post about Ki-O Rahi and being on what now.
    Blog you later

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