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Its NOT OK

Youtube clip for the “Its not OK” campaign

Haka competition….FirstXV

We are involved in a Unitec Haka competition, which requires voting for the best haka.

It is well worth looking at it was filmed by a professional camera crew.

Congratulations to the boys and Turei, I especially like the Tongan leading the group.

 

https://www.facebook.com/UnitecNZ?v=app_599788450050788&app_data=entry_id%3D63463637%26gaReferrerOverride%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fl.facebook.com%252Fl.php%253Fu%253Dhttp%25253A%25252F%25252Fa.pgtb.me%25252F8JQXlW%25253Fapp_data%25253Dentry_id%2525253D63463637%2526h%253DCAQEY63GT%2526s%253D1

 

To Vote

 

Youtube

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1j544GaTH7I&safe=active

Its not OK campain

http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/school-engages-in-anti-violence-campaign-video-6036491

http://www.maoritelevision.com/tv/shows/te-kaea/S11E204/te-kaea

 

– the segment comes roughly around the 12:08 minute mark

 

Road safety design competition

Jonah Filipo, 10 HS,  recently won first place in a road safety design competition run by the Auckland City Council.

The theme was ‘future streets- to make local streets safer and to increase levels of walking and cycling’.

The students in his year 10 Art class were asked to create a logo that could be used for all promotional material and signage in the initiative.  NumiaToomata was also a very strong contender.

His clever design brought traditional pattern elements together with an image of responsible pedestrian crossing use.

 

NUMIA TOOMATA JONAH FILIPO

“Student Voice”

These images are from the 2012 level 2 external portfolios. The students are arranging and reinterpreting images of themselves in a school based environment. They were primarily concerned with developing related sets of ideas through the symbolic positioning and placement of figures in a recognizable space. Each student has responded to source material in a different way, using a variety of contemporary artist models to help them with their expression. Each painting is a personal interpretation of reality, reflecting the intentions of the New Zealand Curriculum in this the development of the “student voice”. All artworks are done with water based paint on paper

Antonio Alene
Ben Akama
Dee Dee
Kapiti Teingoa
Leonard Folau
Makea Daniels
Starbuck Ta’alili
Tito Tavui

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