Stories created before September 2008

This is a collection of Living Heritage stories created by New Zealand students before September 2008. Use the filters below to search for a story by school name or level.

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Displaying 71 - 79 of 79 stories
  • North Otago Rugby Union

    Oamaru Intermediate - Intermediate – Published 30/09/2002

    Room 14 at Oamaru Intermediate wanted to help celebrate the 75th Jubilee of North Otago rugby. They brainstormed what they already knew about North Otago rugby, organised people to interview, composed and practised questions, collated all their information, and created this website.

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  • Oamaru Walkways

    St Josephs School - Intermediate – Published 30/09/2002

    St Joseph's School in Oamaru learned about their town's walkways. Their focus question was "In what way do the Oamaru walkways contribute to the well being of the community?" Each walkway is profiled and described, capturing elements of Oamaru's history along the way.

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  • The Honeymoon Pool

    Wairakei School - Primary – Published 30/09/2002

    The Honeymoon Pool, also known as Te Kiri o Hinekai, is a healing pool that is a treasure to local people. It is set in the grounds of Wairakei Terraces, just north of Taupo, right beside the Wairakei geothermal field. The Year 6 ICT extension group of Wairakei Primary School have been researching the pool. Their website tells about the pool today, the pool in the past and how it is imagined the pool might be in the future. It also describes the restoration of the pool.

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  • Visual Spectacular Oamaru

    Oamaru Intermediate - Intermediate – Published 03/09/2002

    Room 6 at Oamaru Intermediate School decided to create a website to show the world the art and artists located in and around the historic precinct in Oamaru. The website records interviews that the students carried out with local artists and galleries, and shows pictures of some artists and their work.

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  • The History of the Public Library

    St Peters College - Secondary – Published 01/09/2002

    This website is about the Palmerston North Public Library, from its origins as a 'reading room', to the occupation of an architecturally renowned building. This website endeavours to inform you of the cultural, economic, and social importance the library has had and continues to have in its community.

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  • Boulder Bay on Banks Peninsula

    Elmwood School - Primary – Published 08/06/2002

    Elmwood Normal School in Christchurch has created a website about the student's observations and experiences as they tramped from Taylor's Mistake to Boulder Bay on the Banks Peninsula. The students shared their experiences through their writing and photographs as part of the Living Heritage initiative.

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  • History of Campbells Bay School

    Campbells Bay School - Primary – Published 30/08/2001

    Campbells Bay Primary School in Auckland has created a website about the history of their school as part of the Living Heritage initiative. Users can discover a sample of the school's life through the decades, from the 1925 opening to the Year 2000. The website includes interviews with a past pupils, and images that reflect the changes that have occured over the years.

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  • Oamaru Little Blue Penguin Colony

    St Josephs School - Intermediate – Published 30/08/2001

    St Josephs School in Oamaru has created a website about the little blue penguin colony in Oamaru as part of the Living Heritage initiative. Visitors to the site can find out about little blue penguins, their diet, nesting, life at sea, and the penguin hospital.

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  • The History Of Kennedy Park

    Campbells Bay School - Primary – Published 30/08/2001

    Campbells Bay Primary School in Auckland has created a website about the history of Kennedy Park, as part of the Living Heritage initiative. Visitors to the site can trace the history of the park from when it was the site of Rahopara Pa over 350 years ago, to the role it played during World War II by having gun emplacements, to how today's local community use it as a recreational area.

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