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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  • Watercress Tuna in Cannon's Creek

    Cannon's Creek School - Primary – Published 30/07/2006

    Room 7 at Cannons Creek School created a website about a statue in their area – the eel from Patricia Grace's book Watercress Tuna and the Children of Champion Street.

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  • Northland School - Centennial

    Northland School - Primary – Published 30/06/2006

    In 2006 Northland School, Wellington, celebrated its 100th birthday. Whilst celebrating the centennial, students researched the school's history for this website.

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  • Ko au

    Te Kura Kaupapa o Te Ara Whanui - Primary – Published 31/05/2006

    This student from Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te Ara Whānui created a website about herself in Te Reo Māori.

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  • Toku Kura

    Te Ara Whanui - Secondary – Published 31/05/2006

    Check out this website written in Te Reo Māori. This Kura o Te Ara Whānui student created a website about her own school.

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  • Tapa, A Tongan Treasure

    Marcellin College - Secondary – Published 29/04/2006

    This project is a collaborative project between the Tongan students at Marcellin College and students from Takuilau College in Lapaha. In the Tongan communities in both Lapaha and Auckland tapa is highly valued. The aim of this project is to record the tapa making tradition. It focuses not only on the process of how tapa is made, but also on its meaning and how it is used and valued.

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  • The Devonport Peninsula

    Bayswater Primary School - Primary – Published 29/04/2006

    This website was made by students in year 1 and 2 at Bayswater Primary School. It is looks at local Devonport landmarks through the eyes of the students and follows their research and conclusions. Living Heritage is a project that encourages schools to create a website that shares and preserves the stories of their community, whānau, and friends.

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  • Auckland Polynesian Festival

    Marcellin College - Secondary – Published 29/04/2006

    This project was undertaken by the Tongan students at Marcellin College who were all members of the Tongan group that performed at the Auckland Polynesian Festival in 2004. The aim of this project was to record how this huge festival was organised and the background to it, and also how and why the students participated. The students wrote down their own stories and interviewed a teacher who supported their team, and organised the festival.

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  • Rowi, Okarito Kiwi

    Franz Josef School - Primary – Published 29/04/2006

    A teacher trainee from Franz Josef Glacier School, created this website for her students as part of her studies. Rowi (Okarito Brown Kiwi) are New Zealand's rarest kiwi living only in South Okarito Forest in South Westland.

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  • Queen Margaret's Tower Block Renovation Project 2004-2005

    Queen Margarets College - Secondary – Published 29/04/2006

    Queen Margaret College's Tower Block (Wellington)has been standing for 135 years and is an integral part of the school's history. Originally it was a grand house but is now used for offices, classrooms and the staffroom. Due to the building becoming unsafe renovations are beginning. This was an opportunity to present the history of the building and details of its change.

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  • Us

    Avondale School - Primary – Published 29/04/2006

    Students of Avondale Primary School have made this website to teach other people about their community of Avondale, what it's like now and where they came from.

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