Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Performance photos

Yesterday we had Grandparents day at PCS to celebrate our Grandparents and to showcase our work. We kick off with an assembly made up of performances from our cultural group, a word from our principal and some writing about our Grandparents created by students. Here are some pictures of the groups performing-Kapa Haka, Pacifica, Students sharing writing, Dance group, Singing and Jump Jam.

20 comments:

  1. Uh Wha ho you guys have left me speechless. I can still see the expression and work in those six photos. I love the Idea of grand parents day. But on SISOMO you didn't have sound and motion which I'm a little dissipated about, but still a great post!

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  4. Hi My name is Erika, I can't believe the skill you used just to get up there with your groups that is just outrages. I actually am in a Choir at south hornby school and we are going to do a grandparents and parents day at the end of the year. I beat you's that you's done great. fantastic Job of getting out there and doing that well done!!! :):):)

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  6. Hi My Name is Michael from South Hornby School. Bang! Sorry I just hit the ground because your blog post is so amazing! I love the fact you have acknowledged your grandparents in to this spectacular event Hope you guys have done well keep up with Good work

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  7. Hello! My name is Hayley and I love your performance group. I am in a choir and we put as much hard work into it as you do. You guys are amazing you could improve by,practising,practising and more practising.I hope you guys enjoy this for as long as you can.

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  8. Hi I am Callum from south hornby school.This is extraordinary from top to bottom!!! I love performing I'm a member of the choir at south hornby school.
    can you Please comment or have a look at my blog :) here's a link
    http://shscallumc.blogspot.co.nz/

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  10. Hi my name Lucy and BOOM you just hit the bulls eye. It looks like you guys had fun. Maybe next time you should try working on the on the set up other wise it was amazing. Did you know that I perform for the South Hornby Choir and not long ago we performed at the Kids In Town at the art gallery. In your spare time you should come and check out our senior syndicate blog

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  11. Aloha,My name is Phoebe,The way you presented your work with the pictures and the writing was Top Notch. The weird thing is that when I am reading and looking at this it reminds me of when I preformed last year for Grandparents day.Keep up the great work. Next time you could probably put in some WOW words to catch most of the viewers attention. But any way I hope that you went well. Yours Phoebe.

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  12. Hi my name is Josiah and I think that your performance was amazing. It must be hard to perform in front of lots of people because I know that I wouldn't do it. next time you could possibly add in sound and motion from sisomo but overall It was a great post! :)


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  14. Hi I am Erika, I just wanted to give you some feedback. I just want to say that I would really love to see a video of this with sisimo. Sisimo stands for Sight sound and motion it would be really cool to see. How many performances have you done.

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  15. Hi my name is Tia. You must have been very brave to preform in front of others. My school has a kapa haka group and I'm in it, we have preformed in front of another school at the beginning of the year. Have you ever thought of taking a video of the performances?
    If you want to go and look at my blog here it is. http://shstiah.blogspot.co.nz/.

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  16. If there is anything amazing, it is right in front of me. Hi, I'm Lauren from South Hornby School. It looked like you had a lot of fun. Good work for bringing back old memories. The thing that caught my attention was the Kapa Haka photo because did you know that I'm part of a Kapa Haka at our school!? Advise to make your post be seen by thousands is that you could put the blurb at the top so people will know what they are looking at. But that was the best post I've ever read. Awesome work guys, you have some really talented kids at your school!

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  17. Hi my name is Jesmer I really like your ginormous guitar and your clothes we also do some singing, Kapahaka and Choir at our school.

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  18. Hi my name is Jack from South Hornby. This is so amazing i'm speechless, I love the fact every one had a go at preforming. Maybe you should add a video.

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  19. I love how you put heaps of effort Doof!that was me hitting the floor astounded You got a talent.keep up the amazing work.I love how you put a lot of punctuation.

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  20. Hi My name is Harmony,If there is anything amazing, it is your amazing work.I love your uniforms.Next time you could possible try to Look up while you are preforming.This made me relate to my kapa haka group.
    Did you know how long it took for you performance.Maybe you could check my bolg out sometime. Here it is... http://shsharmonym.blogspot.co.nz/

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