Friday, 12 August 2016

The NED Show

This week we were lucky enough to have The NED show visit us. It was a phenomenal show that taught us how to be NED.  NED stands for...

Never give up
Encourage others
Do your best

Channing was the presenter who taught us how to be NED. It was an enthralling show that incorporated funny sounds, yo-yo's that were wicked cool and some awesome magic tricks.  For example Channing tore up a piece of tissue that illustrated how people can sometimes tear us down with mean words.  Then she ate the tissue and with some encouragement she some how connected it together to make a huge 12ft ribbon that just kept coming out of her mouth.  It was spectacular!  That is the beauty of encouragement.

Channing and Setoga Class


11 comments:

  1. Hello Miss Fortes and Setoga Class,
    The NED show is such a phenomenal show to present to children. It teaches them how to be resilient and Never Give Up, Encourage others, and Do Their Best. What else did Chenning show the children while she was preforming?
    By Gargee

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  2. Hi Gargee. Channing also showed us some awesome yoyo tricks. For instance, while the yoyo was spinning she made the Eiffel tower, a star and the Union Jack using the string from her yoyo. It was phenomenal. Thank you for commenting.

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  3. Hi, Setgota Class my name is Katrina and I go to Ruapotaka School in Panmure. I really like how you have created this blog post. I have also created blog posts on my individual blog and we also still have a class blog a well.

    Katrina

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    1. Kia ora Katrina. Thank you for you lovely blog comment. We look forward to following your learning journey on your individual blog.

      From Setoga Class

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  4. Hi, Setgota class i go to ruapotaka school. I liked how yous were talking about the NED show. I will like to come and see the NED show. Yous guys done a great job creating this blog.

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    1. Hi Kuini. Thank you for your kind words. The NED show was a blast and we learned a lot about how to treat others and how to treat ourselves too.

      From Setoga Class

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  5. Hi,Setgota I am from Ruapotaka school.It was really cool how you guys were talking about what you guys did at the Ned show.I would like to make those funny sounds if came to the show and I would have lots of fun.

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    1. Hi Mary.

      Thank you for your positive and thoughtful blog comment. Yes, Channing was very animated and made some awesome sounds indeed.

      Thank you for commenting. From Setoga Class

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  6. Hello,Setoga school I'm from Ruapotaka school it must of been fun seeing the ned show what was your favourite part?

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    1. Kia orana Tyron. Thank you for commenting on our blog post. Oooo, that is a good question. Our favourite part was when Channing made the yoyo spin as she made shapes and patterns with the string.

      From Setoga Class

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  7. kia ora! its so cool that the ned show came! What is the Ned show? from Jamie.

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Thank you for your positive, thoughtful and helpful comment.