Sunday, September 14, 2014

Three Hundred Thousand Pageviews

Thank you for your visit. As regular visitors to this site will be aware this site is not actively posting as the teacher concerned has moved to a new school. You can visit the school and see the teacher and students 2014 work by clicking on the link on the page here.

The work on this page is the collective work of the students of Melville Intermediate School from 2009 to 2013.  There will be no new material posted on this site and the site will remain as a archive.   Thank you for your visit.  You can email the teacher responsible at

Friday, January 24, 2014

New Class Site Opening for 2014

Thank you to those of you who have left comments on work on this site for Mr Webb or his students.   As those of you who followed this site at the end of last year will be aware Mr Webb left Melville Intermediate at the end of 2013 and has a new school for 2014.  

You can contact Mr Webb and his new class, Room One @ Auroa School by clicking on the link here.  

If you wish to continue to the Melville Intermediate School site for 2014 you can click on the link here.   There will not be new material posted from this site as it is now closed.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Melville Intermediate - CPA Boys Haka

At the end of the 2013 school year the Melville Intermediate School Cultural Performing Arts Group (CPA) went out to a number of local schools and centres and performed for various audiences.   This video is footage of the Boys Maori section performing their special Haka, that had been created for the school with the input of the local community constable.

CPA @ Forrest Lake Boys Haka from myles webb on Vimeo.

A reminder that if you are a regular follower of this site you will be aware that is being closed shortly, the final material being posted is footage from last year.   The new site from the former Room Five teacher is being opened shortly, and will be posted here.  You can continue to the Melville Intermediate School site by clicking on the link here.

You can contact the teacher concerned by emailing him at or on twitter as nzwaikato.