Central Region Health School


2014 Student work

Welcome to Term 1

27 February 2014
2014     
                                                              
                                                          


 

Quinn enjoyed working with the  team as a child ambassador for this year's Child Cancer Appeal. 

Quinn loves drawing, reading, writing; Justin Bieber, Moorhouse and One Direction; gardening; playing with Barbies and Sylvanians; watching Shortland Street, Doc McStuffins and medical shows on TV.


Quinn has around 800 Beads of Courage.

                                                                                   

2014 is underway

15 May 2013
 


 


     


Anata and Steph,
CRHS Manawatu, are celebrating Anata’s success. Anata has achieved NCEA L1 with Merit for her last English standard.

Congratulations Anata!

ANTHONY was treated in Whanganui Hospital and worked with Whanganui teacher Rochelle
                                        
                                                
   Anthony's letter to his class        

                     In Hospital Sick
 I have osteomyelitis in my left knee and I had lots of injections in my veins and in my hands. I had to stay in hospital for 9 days and I had a PICC line put in my right arm so I didn’t have to have injections. While I was in hospital I got a BIG Easter Egg. It was in a box and it had a person playing rugby on it. I also got a smaller egg. I had a lot of visitors that came to see me but I was asleep most of the time. The food wasn’t that great because I wasn’t feeling that good. My doctor,  Mr Van Dalen was nice and he helped me get better. Maria the nurse gave me lemonade iceblocks and they were cold. I have been out of hospital for three weeks now and I can put a little bit of weight on it (my leg) now. I will be back at school next term. 

                                                      

Here's a reference for Robyn, CRHS teacher in Horowhenua

Levin

3 April 2013

To whom it may concern,

Robyn has been my Health School teacher since September 2012. Robyn has really helped me with my schoolwork and organising my transition back to regular school. She explains things well and has helped me complete several Maths and English standards. She is very clear about what she expects from me, she is very supportive and encouraging and I can contact her if I ever need her help of advice.

Yours sincerely

Zac



 







Students in Whanganui have been busy cooking

2 August 2012
I have got a medical condition called Cystic Fibrosis and what this means is, that I am missing one Bar of D.N.A. so my lungs aren’t too flash and neither is my pancreas.
AIM: I am doing this experiment so that I can see what enzymes do to the food I eat. 
HYPOTHESIS: - I think that the Chocolate Mousse is going to dissolve and become and become softer.
I have got a medical condition called Cystic Fibrosis and what this means is, that I am missing one Bar of D.N.A. so my lungs aren’t too flash and neither is my pancreas. AIM: I am doing this experiment so that I can see what enzymes do to the food I eat. HYPOTHESIS: - I think that the Chocolate Mousse is going to dissolve and become and become softer.
RESULTS: - The mousse became liquid again and began to break down when the enzyme pill was added. It was interesting because as soon as we put the pill into the dessert, you could see it working.  
CONCLUSION: - The Creon pills (enzymes pills) broke down the food and made it into a liquid and began to dissolve it. so I finally found out what happens in my pancreas when I eat something and then have my pills.
RESULTS: - The mousse became liquid again and began to break down when the enzyme pill was added. It was interesting because as soon as we put the pill into the dessert, you could see it working. CONCLUSION: - The Creon pills (enzymes pills) broke down the food and made it into a liquid and began to dissolve it. so I finally found out what happens in my pancreas when I eat something and then have my pills.

What has Amelia been cooking?

11 September 2012
This term I made chapattis from a recipe in my Social Studies booklet.  The chapattis looked like pancakes but tasted bland. I put jam and cream on them and then they tasted delicious! The chapattis are usually served with curries.
This term I made chapattis from a recipe in my Social Studies booklet. The chapattis looked like pancakes but tasted bland. I put jam and cream on them and then they tasted delicious! The chapattis are usually served with curries.
Method
1. Mix flour, melted butter and cooking oil in a large bowl.
2 .Add hot water and mix it all together.
3. Turn the frying pan on to a medium heat.
4. Divide mixture into ten balls. Roll each ball until it is flat
like a pancake, not too flat though or it will burn.
5. Turn the pan on to low then put the chapattis in the pan.  When it starts to bubble turn it over
When they are cooked, take them out of the pan and serve.
 YUM!!!
Method 1. Mix flour, melted butter and cooking oil in a large bowl. 2 .Add hot water and mix it all together. 3. Turn the frying pan on to a medium heat. 4. Divide mixture into ten balls. Roll each ball until it is flat like a pancake, not too flat though or it will burn. 5. Turn the pan on to low then put the chapattis in the pan. When it starts to bubble turn it over When they are cooked, take them out of the pan and serve. YUM!!!