Friday, 22 February 2019


This week for Tech we were with Mr Naicker . We first had to pick what we wanted to make l deiced to make a pizza cutter. Then we had to pick a color to put on the metal l picked yellow. After Mr Naicker used glue to stick the pieces together and then we had to wait next week to dry. Now we are starting to file our work to make it even.

Thursday, 21 February 2019

Kiwi Sport

This week for Kiwi sport we were playing more Ki o rahi games put this time we played on the field. We got two teams which were koima and taniwha. l was in taniwha and we were on the outside of the circle and koima was in the inside. Our coach for this group was Shanice. Taniwha had to run around the circle and touch every poll with the ball each person had to do this. If you didn't make it you would stand by the poll and throw the ball to the person that was next in line. Then Koima was in the inside they had to throw the ball to middle and that is how they would get taniwha out. We had to make sure we were fairplay and be honest when playing the game.

Kiwi Can

This week for Kiwi Can our topic was positive active listening skills. Our teachers were Miss Paige and Mr Alipati. First we talked about our topic which was positive active listening skills. We all gave our ideas on what we thought  positive active listening skills was. Then we played an activity called Chop Suey their were 5 actions to this game we got into partners and listened to all the commands that Mr Alipati said. Our catch phrase was talk to me so you can see someone with positivist. We talked about how we showed positive active listening skills in this activity l said by listening to what Mr Alipati.

Saturday, 16 February 2019

Summer Learning Journey

Today Halsey and Sophie from the Summer Learning Journey came to our school to present prizes to the winners of the Summer Learning Journey. Their were 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th winners from our school. They got prizes from Halsey and Sophie our winners were Alex, Mele, Victoria, Chavda and Florence. First they started off with certificates for people who took part in the Summer Learning Journey. l got a certificates for taking part in the Summer Learning Journey. Then Halsey and Sophie did prizes which were called spot prizes these prizes were for people who they find did great blog post over the holidays. The winners for that were Chris, Solo, Sakina and Leon. Last of all prizes were the big winners of the Summer Learing Journey their were 5 winners. The winners Alex, Mele, Victoria, Chavda and Florence. Congratulates to all the winners who won and l big thank you to Sophie and Halsey for bring all prizes.

Thursday, 14 February 2019

Kiwi Can

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This week was our first week of kiwi can. Our kiwi can tutors are Mr Alabati and Ms Paige. Our Topic for this term was Positive Relationships and Positive communication. We first started off with our energizer which was called Eyes up,Eyes down. What we needed to do was get into a circle and then Mr Apait told the instructions. We then talked about some ground rules for kiwi can to keep people safe. We then went outside played a activity which was called pattern tag. l needed to communication with my pattern so we could win. Positive Relationships to me looks like some who respect others and in courage people. 

Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Explantion Sketchnote

This week me and my partner created a digital sketchnote about what
an explanation means and the different parts of it. We first planned it on a
piece of paper. We’ve learnt that an explanation explains how or why
something is the way it is. The structure of an explanation is Title, Introduction,
Information and Conclusion. I think this will help me and my partner as a
recap for our writing assessment.

Te Tiriti o Waitangi

This week I created a DLO about Waitangi. I worked with Angela, Sandra and Jayden. We needed to create three summaries about each part of the story. The story was about the Treaty of Waitangi. Maori Chiefs wanted a treaty with the British because pakeha settlers were taking their land and not following any laws. On 6th February 1840 the treaty between Maori and pakeha was signed at Waitangi. When the treaty was signed at Waitangi it meant that The Maori Chiefs agreed to give the Queen of England sovereignty over New Zealand. After the Treaty was signed by the Maori the British people encouraged the Maori to sell their land because more and more Pakeha were coming to New Zealand. Many of them wanted land so there was often conflict about the sales. We also defined important words and wrote about the differences between the Maori's point of view and the Pakeha's.