Thursday, November 23, 2017

Hamilton East Kauri Crew - Jump Jam Team

Huffing and puffing, very enjoyable and tons of fun. Until things started to get serious, and intense.
Miss Rasmussen started to put us into small groups, she wanted to know our names and what class we were in. Now we really started to feel the pressure!
We got called to go to her class, suddenly she announced the team, and some people were very lucky to get in. Most people thought it was hard, but that was nothing compared to the training!
The song started...
“Eye contact, strong arms, Keep in time with the music!”
“Now I have tried putting in a chant somewhere and it goes like this... H.E.S. Hamilton East, H.E.S Hamilton, and then it goes straight into I got bills, okay now everyone try.’’ Also it was hilarious watching her do the actions. We did this over and over till everyone got it right
“Yes the day everyone was looking forward to has finally come.” As we were practising Brett Fairweather suddenly walks in through the door. It was so magnificent and awesome. We all felt very lucky for him to be teaching us!

Watching the team before us nervously. Extremely excited but frightened. We take a deep breath, wished each other the best of luck…
Suddenly  a voice out of nowhere says “can we please welcome the Hamilton East Kauri crew.”
Okay, take one last gigantic deep breath  put a smile on our faces and walked on ready and proud!

By Indyana
























Saturday, August 5, 2017

Lunchtime choices for Kauri Team


Garth, Whaea Georgia and Yoshi are taking Ukulele group on Wednesday lunchtime.

Along with the many Winter sports' codes running this term (Hockey, lunchtime Soccer, Netball, Basketball, Rugby, Jump Jam) Kauri team also have access to other lunchtime activities run by teachers.

Edie is running a coding, Google suite and robotics club on Thursdays.
Ms O'Neil is taking a specialist Movie-making group on Tuesday.

Mrs D. is running chess club on Tuesday lunchtime.

Whaea Kat is making poi available for students to learn every morning tea. 

Keep listening to the 10 o'clock news for more information.

Running games with Project Energize

This week we have has Project Energize at HES teaching the teachers and students a range of new running games. They also helped us with our running style ahead of cross-country. We use our capital L arms and run looking ahead.



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Project Energize are also running this great event.

Monday, June 26, 2017

Kapa haka response to Mike McRoberts

Mike McRoberts spoke at Positive Assembly representing the Sir Peter Blake Trust Dream Team.
This is the Kapa haka group's response.

Kapa haka from Ham East on Vimeo.

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Girls' Cricket

Northern District Cricket has been running Go Girl cricket sessions on a Monday lunchtime with our cricket girls. Here are some photos of them learning and practising skills with Andrew.




Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Find your field of dreams - Swimming


Once again, this year, we are lucky enough to have sponsored swimming lessons with instructors. Kowhai and Totara are finishing their lessons after this week.

Kauri team is walking to Boys' High School every Thursday until Week 10 for their lessons. Find your field of dreams is giving us three swimming instructors per class. We are so lucky to have this opportunity. Check out our photos. A big thank you to the parents who are walking with us on Thursdays. If we have any others that can support this let class teachers know.




Sunday, February 26, 2017

P.E. Gear

Our P.E. shed is open every lunchtime and is run by the P.E. monitors. We have lots of fantastic new gear to use so come and try some out!