Scones, jam and cream

On the 13th of the June Pukeokahu school made scones to eat with our Pukeokahu school jam. Yummy morning tea.     Keeva

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John Brandt

The school visited the grave of John Brandt to honour the memory of an ex Pukeokahu farmer who was at Le Quesnoy (one of the last battles in WW1). We laid a poppy and a flax cross.

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Otupae Fund Raiser

We were given the opportunity to cater for an event hosted at Otupae Station. Many thanks to Gary and Mary Mead for the chance to fund raise and to the community for the amazing baking (the home made bread was a definite hit), pies and hot soup.

Tangiwai

We went to Tangiwai. We learnt about lahars. We had to make sediment and put it on a wooden board to see if it would run down like a lahar. The teacher that was teaching us about the lahar was called Marlene.       

by Luca

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Le Quesnoy