Friday, September 26, 2008

TCTV : Tamaki College : Word of the Week - Contributing

This is TCTV reporting to you about our word of the week here at Tamaki College. It is "Contributing", and this week has been all about how everyone joins in with things that are happening, both in the college and in the community.
Our Prefects and Sports Academy students went up to Point England School this week to help out with their international sports day.
C.J from the Year 10 news team went up to film what was going on and the editing was done by Emma, from the Year 12 team.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Aquilla Sings at Point England School

Aquilla went to Point England School today to video Peni while he played the drums in assembly. Mr. Burt knew that Aquilla had competed in the MSSPA finals last week as well as part of the Boy's Chorus. He couldn't resist the chance to get Aquilla up in front of his assembly to sing. If you want to catch Aquilla and the Boy's Chorus, check out the Music at Tamaki College page...

Peni is Interviewed at Point England School

While Peni was at Point England School, they took the chance to interview him. Here are the team asking all the in depth questions..

Peni plays the Drums at Point England School

Point England School were so impressed by Peni's drumming in the MSSPA finals last week that they invited him to come and play in their assembly this morning. If you want to check out Peni's fantastic performance at the finals, take a look at our Music at Tamaki College page...
Video work by Aquilla. Editing by Leon.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

TCTV : Anti Bullying Week

It is anti bullying week here at Tamaki College. The auditorium this lunchtime was full of activity and the TCTV Year 10 news team were there to record what was going on.
Camera - CJ
Editing - CJ and Helena
Interviewer - Alfred

Monday, September 8, 2008

Thursday, September 4, 2008

TCTV : Inquiry : Word of the Week

TCTV was out and about again this week. The word of the week this week was "Inquiry". The Year 12 news team went inquiring into what was happening in the classrooms.

TCTV : Flossy Tangata talks about Outward Bound

TCTV talks to Flossy Tangata, who reports back from her experience at Outward Bounds.

Being at outward bound was a really great experience for me. I left Auckland on the 2nd of August 2008 knowing that I had no confidence in myself and knowing I didn’t believe in myself. Being at outward bound for 21 days changed my life. It made me build up my confidence and helped me believe in my self a lot more. It was very challenging for me and others at outward bound. At first it was hard for me but in the end it was worth the hard work and I completed it to the end.

The things we did at outward bound were tramping, kayaking, sailing, rock climbing and high ropes. We also did a six day journey and we walked 71 km in four days. It was really hard and was really challenging when we sailed from Ship’s Cove all the way back to Anakiwa.

If I was to recommend this to others, I would say go hard and do the best you can and enjoy every minute that you can. This changes peoples life’s like it changed mine.

Photographs by Beven and Amy, my instructors.