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Mortal Engines being brought to life

Ken McGaugh and Dennis Yoo are parents of children at Seatoun School and they work at WETA in Miramar. We were very lucky last week to welcome them into the library so we could learn something about their jobs. One … Continue reading

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Orca Room finding alternative means of transport!

Our newest students in the Orca Room read this delightful little reader in which Miss Pool’s car breaks down and she has to find another way to get to school. The Orca Room children had a good think about how … Continue reading

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Summer Reading Challenge 2018/2019! It’s back!!!!!

Last summer Seatoun School SMASHED the Wellington-wide summer reading challenge! We read and reviewed more books than any other school and this year I think we can do even better! The challenge is here to keep us all reading over … Continue reading

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What will your next book be?

We have such a great community of readers at Seatoun School that our combined reading knowledge is vast and our students love sharing their favourite books.           Here are some of our year 7/8 students from … Continue reading

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New audio books for the library

  We are really excited to have made a start to our audio book library. These resources are particularly user friendly because they don’t require any kind of device to download the book onto. Each book is recorded into its … Continue reading

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Navigating the Fake News digital landscape

We have been talking about the new Colossal Squid exhibition soon to be opening at Te Papa. Take a look at the sensational photo captured in May My story was verified with some links to Te Ara, Te Papa, some … Continue reading

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Year 3/4 Stone Art in the library

Inspired by a beautiful picture book, this term in their Monday afternoon enrichment sessions the year 3/4 students from rooms 10, 11, 12 and 15 have been looking at the artwork of Nizar Ali Badr, a Syrian artist who creates … Continue reading

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