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Learning fun: Hannah Dawson, 11, and Ella Yule, 9, have been working on their social
sciences fair exhibition on historic Peggs Cottage in Makarewa.
More than just
a little shed'
Primary school pupils
uncover cottage's past in
social sciences fair, reports
What: Social Sciences Fair When:
June 26 to 30, 9am till 5pm Where:
Scottish Hall, Esk St Who: Year five to
13 school pupils
People drive past it every day and
very few know anything about it.
But two primary school students are
about to change that.
Hannah Dawson, 11, and Ella Yule, 9,
are delving into the history of one
Makarewa's most well known build-
ings in the hope of making more
people aware of its interesting
The pair are researching Bert Pegg's
cottage's past as part of the social
sciences fair this week.
The fair has attracted 150 pupils
from primary schools and high
schools throughout the region, all
putting together exhibits on a range
Organiser Lloyd Esler said the event
had been growing for the past nine
years, but this year they had seen a
50 per cent increase in entries.
Pupils could select any topics they
wanted, from biographies about
people to current events.
For Hannah and Ella it was an easy
choice choosing their topic because
they had always wondered about the
late 1800s cottage.
''It's really fun to learn so much
information about it,'' Ella said.
''Everyone thinks it's just a little
The girls hope the shed could be
restored and hopefully preserved,
but collecting all the information
they could find about it was a start to
ensuring people had a better idea
about the history of the little
Makarewa building, Hannah said.
makes the connection
Push play: Luke Molloy, 10, Chandaler
Goomes, 9, Dylan Milne, 10, Billee
Billyard, 9, and Mackenzie Shaw, 10 play
on their iPads , while teacher Rachael
Moylan looks on.
Photo: LOUISE BERWICK 628097120
Wallacetown School children have
finally been able to push play on
their new technology, with two new
Principal Neville Hore said the iPads
were a welcome addition to the
classrooms as teachers had been
bringing in their personal iPads for
pupils to use. That situation was not
ideal, so he was pleased the school
could finally afford to buy their own.
''The staff have been bringing them
along because they can see how
wonderful they are in the class-
They were certainly proving useful,
being used as a camera, video
players and even for learning how to
write in one class.
The school would ideally like six
iPads --- two for every classroom ---
but they could not afford to buy them
all at once, he said.
Chandaler Goomes, 9, said they had
used the iPads a lot in class and they
had been a lot of fun. They used them
for maths and English, and for
playing games during the break.
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