HOW RACHAEL WALKED TO SCHOOL SAFELY.                                Next Page
One morning when Rachael was gettingready for school, her mum told her thatshe would be walking to school byherself for th...
She would be doing this because hersister was feeling sick. Rachael wasquite daunted by this news, as she hadto walk past ...
After walking on the footpath for quitesome time Rachael came to the sneakydriveway. First she listened for cars.Next she ...
When she saw that there were no carscoming out of the driveway she moved ontothe next driveway.                           ...
She did the same check on this drivewaybut this time there was a car (motaka) !Rachael waited for the car to back out ofth...
“Phew that was close just as well I listened (whakarongo) and looked (titiro),” said Rachael.                             ...
Rachael walked on until she came to thebusy road. Rachael saw that further downthe road there was a set of lights. Shedeci...
When she got to the lights she noticed thatthere was a road patrol out. The roadpatroller pressed the button on the lighta...
As soon as the man on the light turnedgreen the road patroller yelled, “Crossnow!” Rachael walked across the crossingthen ...
They walked the rest of the way toschool together where their first lessonwas learning the colours of the rainbowin Te Reo...
THE ENDCharacters:•Rachael Mangos (main character)•Alex Reilly (road patroller)Pictures Taken By:•Alex Reilly.•Miss Olliff...
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How rachael walked to school safely

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Alex, Madison, Rachael and Angus, Year 5 and 6 from Wairakei School, use a digital story to explain a safe journey.

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How rachael walked to school safely

  1. 1. HOW RACHAEL WALKED TO SCHOOL SAFELY. Next Page
  2. 2. One morning when Rachael was gettingready for school, her mum told her thatshe would be walking to school byherself for the first time. Next Page
  3. 3. She would be doing this because hersister was feeling sick. Rachael wasquite daunted by this news, as she hadto walk past two sneaky driveways andacross a busy main road. Next Page
  4. 4. After walking on the footpath for quitesome time Rachael came to the sneakydriveway. First she listened for cars.Next she peeked around the wall tolook for cars. Next Page
  5. 5. When she saw that there were no carscoming out of the driveway she moved ontothe next driveway. Next Page
  6. 6. She did the same check on this drivewaybut this time there was a car (motaka) !Rachael waited for the car to back out ofthe driveway and then she carried onwalking. Next Page
  7. 7. “Phew that was close just as well I listened (whakarongo) and looked (titiro),” said Rachael. Next Page
  8. 8. Rachael walked on until she came to thebusy road. Rachael saw that further downthe road there was a set of lights. Shedecided that it would be a much saferoption to walk the short distance to thelights than be hit by a car ( motaka)! Next Page
  9. 9. When she got to the lights she noticed thatthere was a road patrol out. The roadpatroller pressed the button on the lightand the red man popped up on the light atthe other side. Rachael picked up a flagand waited for the man to go green. Next Page
  10. 10. As soon as the man on the light turnedgreen the road patroller yelled, “Crossnow!” Rachael walked across the crossingthen joined up with her friends. Next Page
  11. 11. They walked the rest of the way toschool together where their first lessonwas learning the colours of the rainbowin Te Reo Maori.
  12. 12. THE ENDCharacters:•Rachael Mangos (main character)•Alex Reilly (road patroller)Pictures Taken By:•Alex Reilly.•Miss Olliff.Edited By:•Angus Seal.•Madison Roberts.Directed By:•Alex ReillySpecial Thanks To;•Mr Lynch.•Miss Olliff.•Mrs Williams.•Mrs Gibson.For Helping Us Get This Done!
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