Kia Ora. I am a year 8 student at Pt England and I am in room 19. This year will be my last year attending Pt England school. I first started here at the age of 5 and I was a year 1. I'm looking forward to going to college next year but I am going to miss all of my friend's here and the teachers to.
Saying good bye to my friends and teachers is going to be sad because it is going to be my last year attending Pt England school. I'm going to miss my friends, Jorja, Lisia, Wakatere, Anamei, Henry and Ane hanging out with them has been fun I am going to miss our fun times with them.
I would like to say a huge "BYE" to the one and only best teacher Ms Tito. Ms Tito so far is one of my best teacher's. The one thing I didn't like in my class was the lectures that Ms Tito had given us.
Next year I'm looking forward to college. The school I will be attending next year is Auckland girls grammar School. I cant wait for next year, Next year I wan't to achieve all of my goals. My goals I want to achieve Next year are to improve in Maths and Reading.
This year the thing I have enjoyed the most is spending my time with my friends. Leaving this school and going to college is exciting for me but I am going to miss everything I have done here and learnt here.
Thursday, December 12, 2013
We got to Keswick camp grounds and meet a man who worked there his name was Simon. Simon told us were every thing was like the toilets and kitchen and some rules. We all were put in to groups my group was T.F.K witch means "The Fashion Killers". After we were all in our groups we all girls went into our cabins and the boys went into here cabins.
The most thing that challenged me the most was on the first day we all went on a long bush walk. The bush walk was tiering and hard, My legs were saw from going up the hills and down the hills. There was one thing that was fun for me witch was getting to the end of the trail and hoping on to the bus and having a rest.
My highlight of camp was the sheep show I enjoyed the sheep show because we got to see different types of sheep's. My favourite sheep that I liked was the Merino, The Merino had thick hair and big horns. My favourite thing at the sheep show was patting the animals and feeding the little lamb milk.
The thing I have learnt on my Net Book in he past three years is how to use Google docs and blogger. One thing I have learnt by myself on my Net Book is how to use photo bucket and many other sites. In my classroom we sometimes work in partners and work together and one thing I have learnt from my friends is to help each other when they need help on the internet.
This year I have helped people on there Net Books by telling them how to create new things on there Net Books if they don't know how to. We go on maths whizz and every thing by using internet and many other things by using internet. On my Net Book I have learnt on the internet what many words mean.
This year I have managed myself using my Net Book by being at the right place at the right time. I don't have to get wait for my teacher to tell me what to do I can just get up and do my work.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Nelson's middle name "Rolihlahla" Is translate literally to "pulling the branch of a tree" or "trouble maker".When Nelson was 16 years old he was told by the regent that it was time for him to become a man. With his Xhosa knowledge he knew this meant one thing"circumcision". The name Nelson was given to him on his first day at school by his teacher, Miss Mdingane.
Nelson Mandela was arrested on the 5th of August . Mandela was arrested in 1962 and was also sentenced for five years. 7 November 1962 Sentenced to five years for leaving the country without a passport and incitement.
During his years in prison, Nelson Mandela's reputation grew steadily. Nelson Mandela was released on February 11, 1990. After 27 years of his life in prison Mandela was ushered into a secret meeting with the south african president.
Nelson Mandela, Who Passed away at the age 95, 05/12/2013. Nelson Mandela was a great man who stopped racism and brought freedom and peace to the blacks and whites.
What iv'e learnt about nelson Mandela is what he has brought to the world. Mandela brought Peace and freedom to the world and made changes to black and white people. I have also learnt when he was born and everything else about him.
Monday, December 2, 2013
1st highlight: My first favourite highlight of the year was picking flax. The reason why I liked picking flax was because it is fun. We all had to pick a flax each and we all went back to school. When we got to school we weaved it and that part was really fun. When we were weaving the flax it was really complicating but fun at the same time.
2nd highlight: My second highlight of the year was Tuakana Reading . I enjoyed Tuakana Reading because we got to teach little kids how to read and read books with them. We always used to go to the library every tuesdays and read with little kids in room 9. We had to get a little kid from room nine every week and read different books with them every week.
3rd highlight: My third highlight of the year was basketball. I liked basketball because we got to learn new moves. In basketball we learnt heaps of cool moves and got to play some cool basketball games. Basketball is fun, We meet some new basketball coaches and they all taught us different things each week.
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Static images are not photographs, posters, film stills or drawings. Sometimes still called images. This is a image of a gunshot in a glass with a simple city background. This image shows little cracks from the gunshot on the right top corner.
This image makes me feel interested because it is focused on the gunshot and the background is blurred out. This image is interesting , I really like the effect on this image it suits the stated gunshot. When I look at this image it makes me feel like someone has just got shot.
Friday, November 22, 2013
Kia ora tatou
Greetings to us all
kua hui mai nei
Who have gathered here
ki tenei huihuinga
to this gathering
ki te kawe mai
i te aroha
Ka nui te koa
great the happiness
mo to koutou kaha
for your support
ki te haere mai
ki te awhina
to support / help
i nga kaupapa
e pa ana ki tenei hui
concerning this gathering
No reira tena koutou, tena koutou, tena ra tatou katoaTherefore greetings once, greetings twice, greetings again to us all.