Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Melville Intermediate - New Town Kapai Kiwis

Miss Lologa has been a big supporter of our class pages over the past few years.  She originally made contact with our class when she was still working in Wellington.  Now she is working in the United States of America. 

Her class have a wonderful class page here and have recently published a wonderful series of videos about inventions and innovations in North Carolina (where she teaches in the USA) and New Zealand.   You can click on this link to view the work.

To show you a wonderful example of their work, this some examples of their work.  This is only the second time in four years that we've embedded another teacher/classrooms work on this site - but it so deserves it.  If you have a spare moment please go and comment and view their wonderful work.

If you are a student from Room Five, Melville Intermediate School, and you are on the holidays if you go and leave a comment before the end of the school holidays at Miss Lologa class page, you qualify yourself for a special prize that can be redeemed once school starts in 2013.  Don't forget the regular Room Five commenting rules - it maybe the school holidays but the rules still apply.


  1. Thank you Mr Webb for your post and comments about our video's! I will show the class your post when they get back from the long weekend. I know they will think they're famous in New Zealand:)

    I have a question for you, students or anyone else out there; My class enjoyed learning about the kiwi invention zorbing. Has anyone tried zorbing before? If so, what is it like?

    I would definitely like to try it when I come home!

    Thanks again, we look forward to following your new class this year!

    Ka kite,
    Miss Lologa and the Kapai Kiwis

  2. Miss Lologa - we're going to be on your class page next week as soon as were back to watch your videos and answere your questions. I will locate someone who has Zorbed and get them to either write about the experience or to film them talking about the experience. Thanks for the comments nad enjoy the long weekend.

  3. Hi, Melville Intermediate my name is Lyle. I want to say THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMMENT!!! Did all of those people on the map that visited your blog, leave a comment for you?