Relating to others

Relating to others is about interacting effectively with a diverse range of people in a variety of contexts. This competency includes the ability to listen actively, recognise different points of view, negotiate, and share ideas.

Students who relate well to others are open to new learning and able to take different roles in different situations. They are aware of how their words and actions affect others. They know when it is appropriate to compete and when it is appropriate to co-operate. By working effectively together, they can come up with new approaches, ideas, and ways of thinking.

HB Pōhutukawa Afternoon Programme Term 4 2021

  • Posted on: 14 October 2021
  • By: SuzeKeys

To meet the Passions and Interests outlined by the ākonga late in Term 3, as well as IEM goals set in the term 4 IEMs, our afternoon programme is diverse and varied.

The planned programme has a range of trips and one-off workshops aimed at offering learning and exposure to a wide variety of information, experiences and topics that we can use to build the programme of learning in term 4.

There are LA-led workshops, trips within the CBD to places like Turanga, the Museum and Art Gallery and also trips to locations outside of the CBD.

HB Pōhutukawa Level 3+ Reading T4 2021

  • Posted on: 14 October 2021
  • By: SuzeKeys

We will focus on one text at least once a week. The LA will read with the children and support the modelling of decoding and comprehension strategies.
Students also use independent reading skills, where they apply the strategies they have learned.
Guided reading sessions may also use the Sharp Reading strategy to read aloud together and individually share comprehension and then one of four follow up thoughts, visualisation, links to prior learning, links to text, predictions.

Through these strategies, students will use level 3 skills to:

HB Pōhutukawa Level 2 Reading T4 2021

  • Posted on: 14 October 2021
  • By: SuzeKeys

We will focus on one text at least once a week. The LA will read with the children and support the modelling of decoding and comprehension strategies.
Students also use independent reading skills, where they apply the strategies they have learned.
Guided reading sessions may also use the Sharp Reading strategy to read aloud together and individually share comprehension and then one of four follow up thoughts, visualisation, links to prior learning, links to text, predictions.

Through these strategies, students will use level 2 skills to:

HB Pōhutukawa Level 3 Reading T4 2021

  • Posted on: 14 October 2021
  • By: SuzeKeys

We will focus on one text at least once a week. The LA will read with the children and support the modelling of decoding and comprehension strategies.
Students also use independent reading skills, where they apply the strategies they have learned.
Guided reading sessions may also use the Sharp Reading strategy to read aloud together and individually share comprehension and then one of four follow up thoughts, visualisation, links to prior learning, links to text, predictions.

Through these strategies, students will use level 3 skills to:

HB Pōhutukawa Health/PE Term 4 2021

  • Posted on: 14 October 2021
  • By: SuzeKeys

PE with Dean - Wednesdays 11.20 until 11.50.

MINDFULNESS OUTCOMES (as provided by Erica)
A1 Students will describe feelings and ask questions about their health, growth, development, and personal needs and wants.
During reflection we ask the children to say how they feel before and after an activity. Children are asked to contemplate how they can use the skills we are teaching them out in the “real world” to help meet their personal needs. Finally we ask children to share personal stories and feelings and help them problem solve.

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