Safety around dogs was on the agenda as Mission Heights Primary School tested out an educational app.
Trainer Janet Larsen and spaniel Cody, of the Auckland Council Animal Management team, attended class on April 14 as part of a dog safety education programme
Along with talks and demonstrations on how to greet a dog and what to do when you see an unattended dog, the students were treated to the launch of a new dog safety app.
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“The onions are stinging my eyes,” 8-year-old Nihaal Singh moaned as he chopped the devilish vegetable – a harsh lesson all budding young chefs must learn.
But the stinging was soon forgotten as the excitement of pouring the vegetables and mince into a pan took over, and the 8 and 9-year-old pupils of Mission Heights Primary School in Manukau were soon chopping capsicums to garnish their completed spaghetti bolognese.
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All Black Jerome Kaino jumped on Mission Heights Primary School’s walking school bus this month.
Auckland Transport enlisted the flanker’s help to promote Walking School Bus Week, which ran from February 15-19.
The east Auckland school got all students on its walking school bus to wear their wackiest hats for Hilarious Hat Day.
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