Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Room 4 Interviewing our Year 6 Leaders.

The students in room 4 have been looking at volunteering and charities this term. We thought that our year 6 leaders were volunteering at our school, so we decided to interview them and ask them about what it is like being a leader.
The children took these photos as well.

Alessandro, Riley, Harry and Fergus interviewing Sam about being a whanau house leader.

We will be interviewing a…
Whanau House Leader!

By Riley, Fergus, Harry and Alessandro.

1.What’s your favourite part of the job?

Setting up whanau house games.

2.What do you not like about your job?

Nothing at all.

3.How do you behave at your job?

Very good and a happy person.

4.What was it that you think made teachers vote for you?

Because I’m sporty and I like lots of things.

5.What whanau house are you in?


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Dean and Noah interviewing Lily about being an enviro leader.

Interviewing a leader.

  1. Why did you choose to be an enviro leader?

Because I’ve been in the enviro team for 7 years.

  1. What’s the best thing about being an enviro leader?

Helping the birds.

  1. What is the hardest thing about being an enviro leader?

Remembering to go to meetings.

Owen, Charlie and Caleb interviewing Taylor about being a road patroller.

Road patrol interview-
by Caleb, Charlie and Owen.

What is the easiest thing to do?
Pulling the signs.

What is the hardest thing to do?
Being the caller.

What do you feel like when you know you have gotten a lot of people across the road?

What is the highlight of your job?
Helping People.

By doing your job, how do you think you’re helping this school?  

By keeping people safe.

Cooper, Jessica and Avika interview Lily about being a Big Buddy.

Big buddies.
By Jessica, Avika and Cooper.

1. What do you like about it ?  
it’s fun.

2. Why did you choose it?
The teachers chose it.

3. What is the easiest thing to do?
Playing with the little kids.

4. What part do you like the most?
5. What’s the hardest thing about being a big buddy?
Having to go at lunch time.

6. How are you helping the little kids?
By making new friends.

Muriwai, Brooke and Sofia Interview Rhea about being a Whanau House Leader.

Interviewing a leader.    
Whanau house leader.
1.What is the easiest thing about your job?
Working with each other.

2.What is the hardest thing about your job?
Coming up with ideas for all ages.

3. Is there a reason why you chose this job?
It's fun being a leader.

4. How did you feel when you first started?
Excited and happy.

5. How do you like your job so far?
I like it.

6. What do you feel like when you're working with your partner?

By Sofia, Muriwai and Brooke.

Jake, Jack and Savannah interview Lily about being a Big Buddy.

Interviewing a leader.

By Jake Halford, Jack Saunders and Savannah Janssen.

Big buddies.

1.How long have you been doing it? Half a year.

2.How many children do you help? A class.

3.What do you like the best about it? Playing with the juniors.

4.What do you like the least about it? No answer.

5.What's your favourite game you play with the junior kids? Dress ups!!

6.Who helped you come up with these ideas? Me.

7.Do you help girls, boys or both? Both.

8.Is it entertaining or boring? Entertaining.

9.What room are the junior kids in? Room 16.

10.How do you feel when you're playing with the kids? Happy.

11.Why did you choose big buddies?
The teachers chose.

Dasiy and Lucy interview Aaliyah about being one of the Karanga girls at Mihi Whakatau.

Karanga girls - By Lucy and Daisy.

What do you like the best?
And why?
Working with the other girls.

How do you feel before and after?
What's your least favourite part of the job?
Standing in the cold waiting.

Why did you choose to be the karanga girls?
Other girls tempted me.

How do you feel when you sing in front of people?
I try not to mess up. 

Casey and Lucia interview Libby about being a Big Buddy.

Big buddies!
1: What do you like about big buddies?
I like how the kids know me and they don't run away from me.

2: Why did you choose to be a big buddy? Because I like little kids and I wanted to be one because it was new.

3. What is the hardest thing about being a big buddy?  
You have to go to their class a lot and they go crazy when they have been inside a lot.

4: When you were a year 5, did you want to be a big buddy? And why?  
Because it was cool and it looked fun.

5: How did you feel when it was your first time being a big buddy?
The kids didn't talk to me so I felt like I didn't know what to do.

What do you really like?
I love to get to know the juniors and I find them very funny!
By lucia and Casey.

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