Friday, August 4, 2017

Te Reo Movement Verbs

This week we have been focusing on games but we have also been lacking in our maori so this week we have created a slide with movements to do with games but with maori names this is mine that i have created hope you like it and learn something maori.

Friday, July 28, 2017


This week was our first week back for term 3 and so because of that we had to set ourselves some goals. These are my goals and i am hoping that i accomplish these before the end of this term. It has helped me as we have started to make a plan each week for us to see what we are going to do for the week. I did finish my work just on Thursday so I hope I keep it up.

To be able to get my work done in the given time.

Achieved by:now
To be able to give all my work in at a high standard.

Achieved by:now
What can I do to ACHIEVE this?
To make sure that i use my time wisely and not spend all week on one thing.
Attend the work shops so i know what is good to put in my work.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Sewing reflection

This term we did sewing for technology and this is my reflection on what we did and what i liked our didn't like.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Tuna me te Takakau

This Week at our school we have had something called Tuna me Te Takakau this is when we have had from Monday till Friday to catch a tuna (eel) for the competition. Every day we would have until 10:30 to bring in the tuna to weigh and measure them. We have one big prize and everyone that has entered goes into the draw to win a fishing trip for two. For the Takakau we had from Thursday and Friday to make and enter a takakau and Friday they were judged for first,second and third.

Friday, May 12, 2017

Three R's Video

This week we had to complete something creative to show our three R's respect,responsible and resilient so we choose to make a video we didn't get to finish in the time given so we got a couple more days to work on it and then we finished so here is our finishing product.

Monday, April 10, 2017

My Pepeha

This is my pepeha that will tell you who i am and where i come from.

Sun Hats

This is another one of my writings to work on my focuses

Sun Hats
Do you want to be a one of the people diagnosed with melanoma (skin cancer)? Over 4000 New Zealanders are diagnosed every year with melanoma. Do you want to be one of these people? I agree that sunhats should be compulsory in New Zealand schools. Firstly, hats can stop you from getting sunburnt. Secondly, it should be a compulsory requirement at our new Zealand schools Lastly, some hats  can be a big fashion statement.

So to begin with there are a lot of people in New Zealand that are diagnosed with melanoma (skin cancer) each year, even each day, so how do you think we can decrease this ? Well did you know that sun hats can do a lot to help you to prevent yourself from getting melanoma. Hats stop the sun from beaming onto your face and burning your nose which is one of the most common places where you can get melanoma. Sun hats should be compulsory at our New Zealand school!

Secondly, I strongly believe that wearing sun hats at school during lunch and morning tea should be a compulsory rule. Kids needs to be protected because their skin is more delicate and burns easier than adults skin so if kids keep putting their hats on it becomes a habit and then they are protecting themselves without even thinking about.

Lastly, not only can hats protect you from the sun it could also be a fashion statement you can support your local teams and even other big teams like the Chicago bulls ect , it can go with your outfit and you can show your individuality.

So in conclusion, I am adamant that sun hats should be compulsory in our New Zealand schools. Some hats can actually be apart of a big fashion frenzy and should it be a rule at each school because melanoma can kill people. So, I strongly recommend to go out and buy you a sun hat today!