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Thursday, August 9, 2018

Cleaning out our HOUSE!!


PLASTIC HOUSE 
Well our Installation was set up for the Art Show at the end of Term 3. It filled up half way as the structure was much bigger than we had first planned. BUT it was still SOOOOO much rubbish.
The Clean Up Begins! 


We created signs to advertise the message of our art work and stake around the house during the week. Unfortunately it was a week of storms and down pours so we needed to set up our explanation and signs in the hall as well as outside. The Art show had a opening evening for parents to come and visit all the work in the hall. Some students played the piano in the background, others served food to our guests, others helped families take part in our community weaving project. But I digress!
The clean up of the house wasn't much fun at all!! It smelt!. It was wet! It was gross!
Bagging up the plastic packets


"Piles and Piles of grossness" said James 
Committed students Dazharn and Shabeera

ARTWORK by Dazharn

ARTWORK by James 



19 comments:

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  2. Hi Everybody i'm layton and i just wanted to say that you probably put so much work in this house and that everything inside looks cool. so noice work and if you don't know what i mean by 'noice' it's just another way of saying 'nice' so noice work <3

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  3. HI i am jacob from yms i just wanted to say that you probably put so much work in this house lucky i did not clean it up well i have to go comment back thanks from jacob.

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  4. hi my is isaac and i am from yms and why are you do with it all? i just wanted to say that you probably put so much work in this house and that everything inside looks cool. so noice work and if you don't know what i mean by 'noice' it's just another way of saying 'nice' so noice work

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  5. Hi everybody,

    Really cool post! Your house looks amazing! Next maybe put it on a slide or something to make it more interesting to look otherwise really good post.

    Bree
    Yaldhurst model school

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  6. Hi people,

    this looks very cool post! Your house looks amazing but why did you use plastic for the walls next time maybe you could put it on a slide or a poster to make it more interesting to look at otherwise really good post.

    Nikoli
    Yaldhurst model school

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  7. Hey!
    I love the idea of this! For our school, we are planning to get a tunnel house and my friends and I are currently designing a garden for our school along with one of our teachers Mrs Lange.

    What message were you trying to send while doing this? Is it to stop rubbish from polluting the world?

    Thanks,
    Ariana ( https://ymsariana.blogspot.com/ ), Yaldhurst Model School.

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  8. i am wondering... why did you let it get that way in the first place if you did't want that to happen to your school so why did you let it get that way ???
    from Grace

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  9. What an interesting idea. And it's great that you're caring for your environment. At Wesley Primary we have started collected soft plastic in a bin but we have problems where people put the wrong things in. Do you have any tips for us?

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    1. Hi phil Maybe you could put Pictures of what can go in the bin and what not can go in the bin, also you could colour the bins different colours.

      Nikoli
      Yaldhurst Model School

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  10. hi my is isaac and i am from yms and why are you do with it all? i just wanted to say that you probably put so much work in this house and that everything inside looks cool. so noice work and if you don't know what i mean by 'noice' it's just another way of saying 'nice' so noice work
    bye from Isaac

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  11. Kia ore i'm Zack from yaldhurst model school. The part that stood out was when james said that is just a pille of grossens. you brought me back to when I was cleaning out my house and the PE shed at my school.I want to know why you did this because this looks fun and cool to do. who gave you the idea of cleaning this out? By Zack

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  12. Hi Hauraki I'm Layton from Yaldhurst Model School. It looks like your still having fun cleaning the little shed and beat that your going to make it look great. Maybe you could get a bunch of bins and put them next to the shed so you can clean it faster.
    keep cleaning and have a good rest of the year.
    From Layton

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  13. Kia Ora Hauraki.
    I'm Teegan a yr6 student from YMS.
    I agree too that you should not let this happen to our planet.
    What made you think that making a house for rubbish would help the world?
    How long did this take to clear out all the rubbish from the house?

    Keep NZ Green!
    Kind Regards

    Teegan Ducharme

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  14. hi there my name is Liam from Yaldhurst school. I really like that you guys really do kere about your school by claning up the garden shed. Will done on that. next time can you guys aid in som more witting for next time but well done.

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  15. Hi it's Hunter from yaldhurst model school
    I think it is a really good idea making a glass house to get rid of some rubbish around school it is a really good idea because you are not littering around your school.For the last year we have been trying to not use rubbish bins trying to take our rubbish I'm at our school but making a Glasshouse is a really good idea to get rid of rubbish at your school.
    By hunter

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  16. HI there its Jonathon YOU guys Are having lots of fun.
    Could you make it a bit better with some more words.
    And could you use come more videos.
    Jonathon.

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  17. Hi my names Shay i go to yaldhurst model school and I love how you did a picture with that post and also because i'm doing that too i'm writing about it and i'm trying to find stuff out about it like about how much rubbish is in the sea so im instead in what you are doing.

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