Room 4 Makauri School

Room 4 Makauri School

Voting for the Seaweek 2019 Senior Ocean Champion competition is now open until midnight Friday 1 March 2019. 
Click here to see all the Seaweek 2019 Ocean Champion Challenges
VOTE NOW BY CLICKING HERE

We are a Year 4 class who are passionate about learning about their environment and trying to make positive changes.
Junior Ocean Challenge name: Save our Seas
Challenge description: Continue to work with Nga Mahi Te Taiao which an independent natural resource management and sustainable development organisation. We aim to revisit beaches in our area and compare our findings.
More information: https://youtu.be/io4cfDTzyMo
Voting for the Seaweek 2019 Senior Ocean Champion competition is now open until midnight Friday 1 March 2019. 
Click here to see all the Seaweek 2019 Ocean Champion Challenges
VOTE NOW BY CLICKING HERE

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.

Seaweek Email Updates

Sign up for our newsletter to receive Seaweek Updates!
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Latest News

OCEAN CHAMPION CHALLENGE

What is the Ocean Champion Challenge? The national Seaweek Ocean Champion Challenge – Moana Toa Whakatara –  is a call for all environmental heroes to share with us what action they are taking to help solve a problem impacting the marine environment. For this year’s entry into the Ocean Champion Challenge, we invite you share… Read More

Filed Under:

2 days ago

Seaweek
Fun Fact Friday! The Orca "whale" is technically not a whale at all but the largest member of the dolphin family. While dolphins, whales and porpoises all exist under the Cetacea order, the physical makeup of the Orca is what puts it in the same delphinidae family as dolphins and purpoises. These magnificent creatures have teeth as both dolphins and porpoises do, and if you look closely at the physical makeup of the Orca, other comparable characteristics include the streamlined body and rounded heads that taper in to a distinct beak. Echolocation is another unique trait that Dolphins including Orcas use to hunt for prey and navigate their home. They emit low frequency sounds that will reflect back, this helps them navigate the layout of the ocean, and will alert them to any large animals or obstacles. When hunting, the Orca will produce a series of clicks that will help them explore more vividly, alerting them of any prey. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

4 days ago

Seaweek
⭐Win⭐In celebration of Seaweek occurring in just 1 weeks time we have a treat for you, thanks to our amazing sponsor Klean Kanteen NZ. To win this awesome insulated stainless steel tumbler and set of straws, simply like us on Facebook and tag a friend in the comment section down below! The winner will be randomly selected on Wednesday March 3rd. Please note you must be in New Zealand to enter. Giveaway bundle includes: 1x Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Tumbler3x Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel StrawsThis promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook
  • Seaweek 2020 Sponsors