Wero Waiporoporo – Year 4

 You must complete a minimum of seven challenges.

 You may do more than seven challenges if ...
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                      Wero Karaka – Year 5

    You must complete a minimum of eight challenges.

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o Consideration and Concern
   o Obedience
   o Duty
   o Compassion
   o Kindness
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o    Friendly (‘Team Player’) - Kind and Caring, Respectful and         If you complete the ten challenges and receive yo...
o    A Communicator (‘Give and Receive’) - Literate, Numerate and an    It is quality not quantity that counts so take yo...
Key Competencies                                                                            Service in School and Communit...
Excellence in the Arts
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Excellence in the Arts
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E1. Create a moving puppet with strings and present a short play.
E2. Create a presentation that highlights the value and ...
Service in School and Community

         Excellence in the Arts
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Excellence in the Arts

E1. Learn an instrument or craft or join a dance school/team during the year
E2. Create a movie th...
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  1. 1. Wero Waiporoporo – Year 4  You must complete a minimum of seven challenges.  You may do more than seven challenges if you wish. Kaharoa School Give It A Go Challenge Wero Waiporoporo  You must complete at least one challenge from each section.  With the help from parents and teachers you may write your own challenges. They must be approved by your teacher and presented on a Task Sheet.  It is up to you to meet with your teacher and show that you have completed each challenge (self check, parent check and some evidence).  It is quality not quantity that counts so take your time to do Key Competencies the challenge with excellence! (your best always). o A Thinker (‘Stop, Think…Do’) - Curious, Creative, Critical and Caring  If you complete the seven challenges and receive your o A Communicator (‘Give and Receive’) - Literate, Numerate and an badge, your photo, along with other successful challengers, Effective Listener o A Self-Manager (‘Manage Me’) - Adaptable, Organised, Balanced will be on the front of the 2011 booklet! and Goal Focused o A Can Do Kid (‘Give it a Go’) - Motivated. A Risk taker, a Participator and Enterprising o Friendly (‘Team Player’) - Kind and Caring, Respectful and Cooperative Cornerstone Values o Respect o Honesty and truthfulness o Responsibility o Consideration and Concern o Obedience o Duty o Compassion o Kindness
  2. 2. Service Learning Wero Karaka – Year 5  You must complete a minimum of eight challenges.  You may do more than eight challenges if you wish. Kaharoa School Give It A Go Challenge Wero Karaka  You must complete at least one challenge from each section.  With the help from parents and teachers you may write your own challenges. They must be approved by your teacher and presented on a Task Sheet.  It is up to you to meet with your teacher and show that you have completed each challenge (self check, parent check and some evidence).  It is quality not quantity that counts so take your time to do Key Competencies o A Thinker (‘Stop, Think…Do’) - Curious, Creative, Critical and the challenge with excellence! (your best always). Caring o A Communicator (‘Give and Receive’) - Literate, Numerate and an  If you complete the eight challenges and receive your Effective Listener badge, your photo, along with other successful challengers, o A Self-Manager (‘Manage Me’) - Adaptable, Organised, Balanced will be on the front of the 2011 booklet! and Goal Focused o A Can Do Kid (‘Give it a Go’) - Motivated. A Risk taker, a Participator and Enterprising o Friendly (‘Team Player’) - Kind and Caring, Respectful and Cooperative Cornerstone Values o Respect o Honesty and truthfulness o Responsibility
  3. 3. o Consideration and Concern o Obedience o Duty o Compassion o Kindness Service Learning Wero Parāhi – Year 6  You must complete a minimum of nine challenges.  You may do more than nine challenges if you wish. Kaharoa School Give It A Go Challenge  You must complete at least one challenge from each Wero Parāhi section.  With the help from parents and teachers you may write your own challenges. They must be approved by your teacher and presented on a Task Sheet.  It is up to you to meet with your teacher and show that you have completed each challenge (self check, parent check and some evidence).  It is quality not quantity that counts so take your time to do Key Competencies o A Thinker (‘Stop, Think…Do’) - Curious, Creative, Critical and the challenge with excellence! (your best always). Caring o A Communicator (‘Give and Receive’) - Literate, Numerate and an  If you complete the nine challenges and receive your badge, Effective Listener your photo, along with other successful challengers, will be o A Self-Manager (‘Manage Me’) - Adaptable, Organised, Balanced on the front of the 2011 booklet! and Goal Focused o A Can Do Kid (‘Give it a Go’) - Motivated. A Risk taker, a Participator and Enterprising
  4. 4. o Friendly (‘Team Player’) - Kind and Caring, Respectful and  If you complete the ten challenges and receive your badge, Cooperative your photo, along with other successful challengers, will be Cornerstone Values o Respect on the front of the 2011 booklet! o Honesty and truthfulness o Responsibility o Consideration and Concern o Obedience o Duty o Compassion o Kindness Service Learning Wero Hiriwa – Year 7  You must complete a minimum of ten challenges.  You may do more than ten challenges if you wish. Kaharoa School Give It A Go Challenge  You must complete at least two challenges from each Wero Hiriwa section.  With the help from parents and teachers you may write your own challenges. They must be approved by your teacher and presented on a Task Sheet.  It is up to you to meet with your teacher and show that you have completed each challenge (self check, parent check and some evidence).  It is quality not quantity that counts so take your time to do Key Competencies the challenge with excellence! (your best always). o A Thinker (‘Stop, Think…Do’) - Curious, Creative, Critical and Caring
  5. 5. o A Communicator (‘Give and Receive’) - Literate, Numerate and an  It is quality not quantity that counts so take your time to do Effective Listener the challenge with excellence! (your best always). o A Self-Manager (‘Manage Me’) - Adaptable, Organised, Balanced and Goal Focused  If you complete the twelve challenges and receive your o A Can Do Kid (‘Give it a Go’) - Motivated. A Risk taker, a Participator and Enterprising badge, your photo, along with other successful challengers, o Friendly (‘Team Player’) - Kind and Caring, Respectful and will be on the front of the 2011 booklet! Cooperative Cornerstone Values o Respect o Honesty and truthfulness o Responsibility o Consideration and Concern o Obedience o Duty o Compassion o Kindness Service Learning Wero Koura – Year 8  You must complete a minimum of twelve challenges.  You may do more than twelve challenges if you wish. Kaharoa School Give It A Go Challenge  You must complete at least two challenges from each Wero Koura section.  With the help from parents and teachers you may write your own challenges. They must be approved by your teacher and presented on a Task Sheet.  It is up to you to meet with your teacher and show that you have completed each challenge (self check, parent check and some evidence).
  6. 6. Key Competencies Service in School and Community o A Thinker (‘Stop, Think…Do’) - Curious, Creative, Critical and Caring o A Communicator (‘Give and Receive’) - Literate, Numerate and an S1. Help make your home look great: Choose an area inside Effective Listener or out and improve it. o A Self-Manager (‘Manage Me’) - Adaptable, Organised, Balanced S2. Help out around your community: Collect rubbish over a four week period. and Goal Focused S3. Care for the younger children: Organise a series of o A Can Do Kid (‘Give it a Go’) - Motivated. A Risk taker, a three games or activities for Y1&2 pupils. Participator and Enterprising S4. Join a community group: Show how through this you o Friendly (‘Team Player’) - Kind and Caring, Respectful and have helped others. (Cubs, Guides, Keas, Church Cooperative Group etc) Cornerstone Values S5. Design your own challenge. o Respect o Honesty and truthfulness Physical Activity and the Outdoors o Responsibility o Consideration and Concern P1. Improve your fitness: Over a four week period complete o Obedience a run or walk of at least 10km or cycle 40km. o Duty P2. Improve your swimming skills: Swim a total of 200m o Compassion non stop. o Kindness P3. Explore the outdoors: With a family member or family Service Learning friend complete an interesting walk that is at least 1 hours steady walking. P4. Undertake and complete an endurance event: Participate in a triathlon (not school), duathlon, cycle race. Giving Academic Excellence Self Parent Teacher Self Parent Teacher G1. Give to children in need: Participate in the Christmas Box A1. Improve your maths ability: Achieve six 100% scores in your basic Appeal. facts challenges. G2. Give to your family: Prepare one meal or do a job for your A2. Be a reporter: Report an event in writing and present it to your class. family (mow the lawns, wash the cars etc). A3. Improve your science and technology skills: Design and build a craft G3. Give to families in need: Give some of your pocket money that floats. to a worthy cause for a month. A4. Improve your science skills: Complete three simple science experiments G4. Give of your time: Visit an elderly person at least two and present your findings. times over a term. A5. Improve your study skills: Research the Kokako and present your G5. Give your skills to help others: information to the class G6. Design your own challenge. A6. Design your own challenge.
  7. 7. Excellence in the Arts S1. Help out around the community: Find an area that needs E1. Create a mask of a Kokako. tidying and tidy it. E2. Create a presentation that highlights the value and importance of S2. Help make your home look great: Choose an area inside or 4 of our Cornerstone Values outside your home and improve it. E3. Learn a new craft or musical instrument or join a dance school S3. Care for the younger children: Organise a series of during the year. three games or activities for Y1&2 or Y3 pupils. E4. Improve your confidence or skill: Prepare and present a speech S4. Join a community group: Show how through this you on a topic or your choice to your class. have helped others. (Cubs, Guides, Keas, Church E5. Design your own challenge. Group etc) S5. Design your own challenge. Physical Activity and the Outdoors P1. Improve your fitness: Over a four week period complete P5. Compete in a sport for an entire season. a run or walk of at least 20km or cycle 60km. P6. Design your own challenge. P2. Improve your swimming skills: Swim a total of 400m non stop. P3. Explore the outdoors: With a family member or family friend complete an interesting walk that is at least 2 hours steady walking. Year 4 - Wero Waiporoporo P4. Undertake and complete an endurance event: Participate in a triathlon (not school), duathlon, cycle race. Giving Academic Excellence Self Parent Teacher Self Parent Teacher G1. Give to children in need: Participate in the 20 hour famine. A1. Improve your maths ability: Achieve six 100% scores in your basic Raise a minimum of $10.00 facts challenges. G2. Give to your family: Prepare two meals or do two jobs A2. Be a reporter: Report an event in writing and present it to your class. for your family (mow the lawns, wash the cars etc). A3. Improve your science and technology skills: Design and build a craft G3. Give to families in need: Give 50% of your pocket money that flies. to a worthy cause for one month. A4. Improve your science skills: Complete four simple science experiments G4. Give of your time: Visit an elderly person at least four and present your findings. times over two terms. A5. Improve your study skills: Research the Rata tree and present your G5. Give your skills to help others information to the class G6. Design your own challenge. A6. Design your own challenge. Service in School and Community
  8. 8. Excellence in the Arts Service in School and Community E1. Create a puppet of a Kokako, Kereru, Tui or Kahu or an animal of your choice. S1. Help out around your community: Keep an area litter free for E2. Create a presentation that highlights the value and importance of a term 4 of our Cornerstone Values S2. Help make your home look great: Choose an area inside E3. Learn a new craft or musical instrument or join a dance school or out at home and improve it. during the year. S3. Care for the younger children: Organise a series of E4. Improve your confidence or skill: Prepare and present a speech five games or activities for junior pupils on a topic or your choice to your class. S4. Join a community group: Show how through this you E5. Design your own challenge. have helped others. (Cubs, Guides, Keas, Church Group etc) S5. Design your own challenge. Physical Activity and the Outdoors P5. Compete in a sport for an entire season. P1. Improve your fitness: Over a four week period complete P6. Design your own challenge. a run or walk of at least 40km or cycle 80km. P2. Improve your swimming skills: Swim a total of 600m non stop. Year 5 - Wero Karaka P3. Explore the outdoors: With a family member or family friend complete an overnight tramp Academic Excellence Giving Self Parent Teacher Self Parent Teacher A1. Improve your maths ability: Complete a 100 basic facts in under G1. Give to children in need: Participate in the 20 hour famine. ___________ minutes. Raise a minimum of $20.00 A2. Be a reporter: Report an event in writing and present it in the G2. Give to your family: Prepare 2 formal three course newsletter. meals including the menu, cooking and presenting A3. Improve your science and technology skills: Design and build a model photographs of the meal, and feedback from your guests glider. G3. Give to families in need: In a group find a way to help A4. Improve your science skills: Complete a series of 3 experiments those in need. (food/goods collection for Salvation Army, on a topic. Present your findings to your class. SPCA, Food Bank etc A5. Improve your study skills: Research another country and compare it to NZ G4. Give of your time: Visit an elderly person at least six Decide the best place to live and play and justify your decision. times over two terms. A6. Design your own challenge. G5. Give your skills to help others. G6. Design your own challenge. Excellence in the Arts
  9. 9. E1. Create a moving puppet with strings and present a short play. E2. Create a presentation that highlights the value and importance of S1. Improve your skills: Become a librarian or envirogroup 4 of our Cornerstone Values. member for the year. E3.Visit an exhibition and review it. Present your review to your class or S2. Help with some extra area of responsibility get it published in the school newsletter. for the year E4. Learn a new craft or musical instrument or join a dance school during S3. Help make your community look great: Choose an area of the year the community and improve it. E5. Improve your confidence or skill: Prepare and present a speech S4. Care for the younger children: Organise a series of on a topic or your choice at a presentation day. five games or activities for senior pupils. E6. Design your own challenge. S4. Join a community group: Show how through this you have helped others. (Cubs, Guides, Keas, Church Group etc) S5. Design your own challenge. Physical Activity and the Outdoors P4. Undertake and complete an endurance event: Participate in a triathlon (not school), duathlon, cycle race. P1. Improve your fitness: Over a four week period complete P5. Compete in a sport for an entire season. a run or walk of at least 50km or cycle 100km. P6. Design your own challenge. P2. Improve your swimming skills: Swim a total of 1000m non stop. Year 6 - Wero Parāhi Giving Self Parent Teacher Academic Excellence Self Parent Teacher G1. Give to children in need: Participate in the 20 hour famine. Raise a minimum of $40.00 A1. Improve your maths ability: Complete a 100 basic facts achieving 100% G2. Give to your family: Prepare 3 formal three course in under ___________ minutes. meals including the menu, cooking and presenting A2. Be a reporter: Report an event in writing and present it to a local photographs of the meal, and feedback from your guests.. newspaper. G3. Give to families in need: In a group find a way to help A3. Improve your science and technology skills: Design and build a those in need. (food/goods collection for Salvation Army, self propelled craft SPCA, Food Bank etc A4. Improve your science skills: Complete a series of five experiments G4. Give of your time: Visit an elderly person at least eight based on a topic and present your findings to your class. times over two terms. A5. Improve your study skills: Research the Kokako Trust. Create a slideshow G5. Give your skills to help others. that highlights the value and importance of the Kokako Reserve. G6. Design your own challenge. A6. Improve your writing skills: Complete a piece of writing and submit it for publishing in a young peoples writing publication. Service in School and Community A7 Design your own challenge.
  10. 10. Service in School and Community Excellence in the Arts S1. Improve your skills: Continue as a librarian or envirogroup member and help train others E1. Learn an instrument or craft or join a dance school/team during the year S2. Help the PTA: In a group of 5 organise a fundraising event E2. Be creative: Design and create a wearable, visually artistic costume, from that raises at least $500 (eg milk selling, disco etc) recycled material S3. Help make our communityl look great: Choose an area of E3. Visit the local museum and review an exhibition. Present your review the school and improve it. to the class or publish it in the local newsletter S4. Care for the younger children: Organise a mimi tournament E4. Use a creative ICT tool to create a Cornerstone Values message for the junior pupils (Room 1-4) E5. Improve your confidence or skill: Prepare and present a speech S4. Assist the Kokako Trust in at least two voluntary activities on your topic or your choice at a presentation assembly and complete a video diary of the work carried out E6. Design your own challenge. S5. Design your own challenge. Physical Activity and the Outdoors P3. Explore the outdoors: With a family member or family P1. Improve your fitness and that of others: Over a four friend complete an overnight tramp week period run daily lunch time activities that improve P4. Undertake and complete an endurance event: the fitness of others P5. Compete in a sport for an entire season. P2. Improve your swimming skills: Swim a total of 1200m P6. Design your own challenge. non stop. Year 7 - Wero Hiriwa Giving Self Parent Teacher Academic Excellence Self Parent Teacher G1. Give to children in need: Participate in the 20 hour famine. Raise a minimum of $50.00 A1. Improve your maths ability: Complete 200 basic facts achieveing 100% G2. Give to your family: Prepare 4 formal three course In under 4 minutes. meals including the menu, cooking and presenting A2. Be a reporter: Write a letter to the editor of the local newspaper photographs of the meal, and feedback from your guests.. regarding an issue you feel passionate about. G3. Give to families in need: Individually find a way to help A3. Improve your science and technology skills: Design and build a those in need. (food/goods collection for Haiti Appeal, skateboard. SPCA, Food Bank, Westpac Rescue Helicopter,etc) A4. Improve your science skills: Design and take part in a Science Fair G4. Give of your time: Visit an elderly person at least eight A5. Improve your study skills: In conjunction with the Kokako Trust carry times over two terms and write a biography to give to out a study and place your findings on the Kaharoa website. their family. A6. Improve your writing skills: Write convincing letters to famous G5. Give your skills to help others people asking for signed memorabilia until you receive something that G6. Design your own challenge. can be auctioned. A7 Design your own challenge.
  11. 11. Excellence in the Arts E1. Learn an instrument or craft or join a dance school/team during the year E2. Create a movie that highlights animal pests and effective management programmes. E3. Visit the local museum and review an exhibition. Present your review to the class or publish it in the school newspaper. E4. Use ICT creatively to produce 3 visually effect posters promoting strength of Character. E5. Improve your confidence or skill: Prepare and present a speech on a topic of your choice at a presentation day. E6. Design your own challenge. P3. Explore the outdoors: With a family member or family friend complete a weekend or 2 night tramp P4. Undertake and complete an endurance event: P5. Compete in a sport for an entire season. P6. Design your own challenge. Year 8 - Wero Koura

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