On Wednesday 11 May, we Glenbrae School students, teachers/aides and our parents,went to Arataki to learn about our native bush.
Our rangers introduced themselves and told us what we were are going to do. We had to go in our class groups but some of the students went in other groups. First, we had morning tea, after we had morning tea we sprayed our shows because of the Kauri dieback. We went in our groups or our class to learn about birds, trees, flowers, seeds, and animals.
I felt exhausted because we had to walk up lots and lots of high hills. When we got to the top we got in a circle to measure how big a kauri tree is.
We got on the bus and went back to school. It was a good trip, and I had fun.