Thursday, 24 November 2016

Letter of support

Dearest Ari,

I am deeply sorry about the earthquake that occurred in Wellington, where you live. I’ve never experienced being in an earthquake, but I hope that your family is safe and nobody is injured.

Hope that any pet of yours is okay. Seeing all the pictures on T.V makes me feel sorry for those who live around you.

-Is your house safe? Hopefully if there are young children in your home that they are also safe and being fed.

I hope and pray that Wellington and the rest of the cities that were hit by the the earthquake recover as soon as possible, and remember that all of you are always in my prayers.

Yours sincerely

Thursday, 27 October 2016

Attitude - Paula

Yesterday after lunch time we had a wonderful talk from this man called Paula from Attitude. He came to talk to us about Spiritual, Mental, Social and Physical issues. What I picked up from Paula's talk about physical issues is having a good Relationship with our food. That sounds really weird , but what Paula means by having good relationships with food is like when we are bored don't just eat cause were bored because that isn't having a good healthy relationship with food and we might get sicknesses for the rest of our lives.

Thursday, 22 September 2016

Compare and Contrast

Hello this week my reading group read two articles about tramper getting lost. Here is a compare and contrast drawing about the differences about the two articles and the similarities about the tow articles.
I hope you enjoy reading my post :)

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Escape from Afghanistan

WALT: Analyse the cultural context within the text.

Today we are learning to analyse the cultural context within the text.

Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Donald Trump and the US elections

WALT: Compare and Contrast the differences between peoples views.

This week my literacy group have reading an article based on the Donald Trump elections. I have learnt a lot about the elections from reading this article, and seeing what the republicans believe in and the democrats, to me its pretty sad to see what the Republicans think and believe. Only because they are willing to  help a minority of people which seems to be the wealthy. Whereas the Democrats are willing to help the majority of people. We looked at Politics this week because we are voting for our Auckland Mayor.

Friday, 26 August 2016

The Strength of Roots.

WALT: Identify language features of the text and sentence types

On Monday we were introduced to our new reading task for the week. We were given a story called 'The strength of Roots'. Our Walt this week is to identify language features of the text and sentence types such as Metaphors, Similes, Personification, Complex, Precise Verbs and so on. The story had a lot of descriptive writing in it. It's about a young boy in Samoa at the plantation. When all of a sudden heavy waves dragged him down into the rough water.

Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Wednesday, 17 August 2016

TC Students go to Silicon Valley

A few months ago two students from Tamaki College came to explain to the year seven and eights of Point England School a very important event they were going to experience. Today they came and told us about their experience. They were sponsored by many companies to go to the U.S.A.
They visited Google, Apple, Microsoft, Khan Academy, Alcatraz, Xero, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
They visited all these companies in just seven days.
They enjoyed their journey to U.S.A. They also visited the Golden Gate bridge.

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

The Olympic Games

Olympic Games is a sport event that happens every four years. More than two hundred nations participate in the games. The games have grown so much nearly all nations around the world are being represented, by their top athletes.

The Olympics started off with just one sport. 100 meter race. Only men participated the event. No women were allowed, only single women. The first games began in 1896. The games were held in honour of  Zeus, king of the gods, and were staged every four years at Olympia. These days women are able to compete in the Olympic games. Unlike the ancient Olympic games women were not able to participate.

This year the Olympics are being held in Rio. More than eleven thousand athletes are competing against each other this year. On the fifth of August 2016 was the opening ceremony for the Olympics. A lot of countries were called out and all their athletes walked out into the stadium proudly. More than one hundred athletes are representing New Zealand.

I look forward to seeing the closing ceremony for the Olympics because I can’t wait to see how they are going to celebrate. Hopefully you’ve learnt some facts about the Olympics. Bye!

Monday, 8 August 2016


WALT: use our knowledge of fractions to solve word problems.

Friday, 17 June 2016


This month June is the month of the Maori new year. We have been researching what they did to celebrate new year in the past, how was Matariki found and who was the person that first spot Matariki.

Monday, 30 May 2016

The Broad Street Killer

Description of Learning :

This article is very interesting. the title is named broad street killer, so I thought it was a human murderer that had been killing people in the streets. Turns out, that it is a virus that caused people from dying. That was the killer. In 1854 London was a place you wouldn't of wanted to live in. Till this day Broad Street still exists.

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

So'o Tauau

So'o Tauau, is a saying in Samoan. It means a shoulders together. When you see someone lonely So'o Tauau with them , when you see someone with no lunch so'o tauau. :)

Monday, 16 May 2016

The Remarkable reti - Facts & Opinion

WALT: distinguish the differences between fact and opinion.

We have reading an article about a fishing board. In this article we have to find the differences between Facts and Opinions.

Thursday, 5 May 2016

Immersion Assembly

This morning we started off with an Immersion Assembly in the Hall. Each team performed an item relating to their theme for this term. Team 1's topic was based on their favourite things. One of Mrs George's favourite chocolate is Whittakers Hokey Pokey flavoured chocolate. Team 2's theme for this term is all about  seasons. Team 3's is all about Architecture. Team 4 is all about the comic life, and our team is all about the  Wakas  which are Hikianalia, Hokule'a, Te Aourere and Hine Moana. I am looking forward to kearning all about the four wakas.

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Fun Year 7 Week REflection

On the last week of Term one we ate pasta, watched a movie and made flower lei blankets. On the first day of the fun week we watched a movie named ' From Boys 2 Men'. The movie was made by Ms Muliamasealii's drama group. When we finished watching it we had to write about it. On the second day we  started making the lei blankets. On the last day there was a cooking group who cooked pasta, mince and cheese. That that is the fun week we had.

Saturday, 16 April 2016

Happy Holidays !

Happy Holidays Everyone,

So on Friday was the last day of school for Term 1, and the Korero for Friday was to make Kindness go viral during the holidays. So today I done a few things that are kind for my mother. I washed the dishes for her , took the rubbish out and cleaned my room. So if you stay at home and just watch T.V all day or play on devices, you should probably go and do something kind for your family and you will make them happy. Anyway enjoy your Holiday and have fun, and remember to Kindness go viral :)

Thursday, 31 March 2016

Bonded Labourers

Description of Learning ... In this text I learnt a lot of how the life of children and adults are in Bangladesh. It's very sad that some children don't get to go to school like I do. Some children start working when they are four till seventeen, and these children work dangerous jobs. Some work to make, cigarettes, matches and clothes which I think is pretty dangerous.

Monday, 14 March 2016

Problem Solving

WALT: problem solve using tidy numbers.

Description. This week we have been working out problems using tidy numbers to make it easy. Hope you enjoy it.

Friday, 11 March 2016

Friday, 4 March 2016

The Promise

WALT: analyse the characters.

Description of Learning: Last week my group read an article named the Promise. A group kids have been living in a Bunker for a few weeks. The story finished and it didn't explain what happened at the end. So on the slide I predicted what happened. I hope you enjoy.

My First Pay Packet

WALT: make inferences within the text.

  Description of Learning: It's this boy's first time he has ever received a pay packet. This boy is looking for a job so that he can receive his own money rather than his parents giving him money. He has been going around Glen Innes looking for a job. He found a job at the supermarket in G.I. When he received his pay packet he gave it to his mother to show her. His mother said that it is traditional for niueans that on their first pay day they must share their money with their family. So he did. I think he felt very happy about it.

Tuesday, 1 March 2016



 This week we have been looking at statistics. I hope you enjoy it

Monday, 15 February 2016

The Lost Alisha - Narrative Writing

WALT: Identify the features and structures of a narrative writing.

Clumsy little Alisha happily spends time with her family at the Theme Park, In Melbourne Australia. Alisha is the youngest of three. She has two older brothers. Alisha is seven years of age, has blonde hair and also has a loud cry which makes her easy to find especially because she loves wandering off at every opportunity she gets.

Mum and dad met up with some friends and talked while Alisha ran after a cute little puppy.  The puppy scurried away  quickly which made it hard for Alisha to catch because she’s so clumsy. Alisha eventually threw in the towel and gave up.

Alisha started to cry so loud, so loud her parents heard her from afar. There was a Stairs that lead to a Cafe. It was high enough to see everyone in the crowd. Mum and dad made their way up the stairs, that way is was easier to find Alisha.
Mum eye caught Alisha’s blonde hair and straight away ran to her while dad followed. Alisha was found at once and finally learnt her lesson hold on to mummy’s hand no matter what.

Description of learning: This week we have been focusing on writing a narrative. I wrote a narrative about a young girl named Alisha. She got lost at the Theme Park. She started crying and then Mum and dad found her. Enjoy!

Monday, 8 February 2016

6 Hats Current Event: Zika Virus Spreading

WALT: use our six hats to explain our articles.

Description of learning: This week Room 2 home class have been researching articles from the Kiwi kids news site. We we're to choose a article from this site and answer the questions our teacher provided for us on this presentation. I chose to answer questions about the 'Zika Virus Spreading'. I learnt a few things while reading this article, like women in the Olympics could not go to Rio according to this virus. Here is a link to the article if you want to read it yourself.

Thursday, 4 February 2016


WALT: write a reflection of what i gained in 2015 and what i am looking forward to in 2016.

Last year I think I gained a few things as a year six. I gained more confidence towards talking to people in my classroom that I don't usually talk to. Another thing I think I gained last year is a bit of confidence towards my fear of heights. One thing I look forward to this year is learning maths. Also making new friends because most of my friends last year we are not in the same classrooms.