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Thursday, 30 August 2018

Jovi Clay Modelling- By Tiari




Last week group two was doing jovi modelling. The students had really good ideas and showed excellent modelling techniques. I loved modelling with Mrs Lonsdale-Cooper. She read an ABC book, but the book was not just about words it showed art ABC pictures. I loved that book because it was fun and arty. I had a good team to help me as well.

Cross Country- By Vika

Two weeks ago, we had our schools Cross Country race. It first started from room 1 all the up to the seniors. I was enthusiastic and eager about doing the cross country run around the school, because I like running and playing different kinds of sports.

When it was the year 8's turn to run we lined up, so we could get ready to run. I was glad that it was only 2 laps and when we were running I tried to keep running and jogging to keep my place. I also kept up ran with a steady pace to help me, not lose my energy quickly.

At last it was our final lap and we were nearly done. I came 3rd out of the year eights which made me pleased and I came 2nd for the girls which made me even happier. When it finished I was happy but exhausted at the same time.

Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Double Dutch. Jump! Jump! - By Jessica

This term we having skipping! My class is working very hard to come up with a routine to preform infront of the whole school and some parents if we're lucky.


My class is divided into 3 groups. Groups of 7-9. My group is made up of really talented students when it comes to skipping such as, TupouseiniIzabellaMary, Tiari, SaluseloTyronTristanLeaaepeni and of course, me. We have been working very hard to come up with a routine and now we just need to memerise it and fit it in with some music.

Origami is cool-By Izabella

Origami is the art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture. In modern usage, the word origami. Its used as an inclusive term for all folding practices, regardless of their culture of origin. We are creating things like a waka, love heart, bird and the hardest of all Iris.

Tuesday, 28 August 2018

Our Art Learning -By Joanlisi

On Thursday we had to split into two groups whether we go to an art lesson or library and I was in group 2 with others.

After interval group 1 had to go in room seven to do art, but group 2 had to be at the library to do some quiet reading and play chess, we did that for a while and then group 1 finished. We had to stop what we were doing and switch rooms. Group 2 had to go to room seven for our art learning lesson, we marched to room seven and finally we arrived. 

We all met Mrs Lonsdale -  Cooper, if it was hard to pronounce her name then you could call her Mrs L- C. She told us to grab two colours of  jovi modelling clay for art, there was only the colours of brown, red, orange, green, white, grey, black and yellow, it was some boring colours but anyways I chose green and white and the others they chose red, orange, yellow, black and green. She read a book of different drawing's and more but at the same time she said we could play with our jovi modelling clay to make it soft. After a long time around, I made a flower bracelet and Mrs Golder came around and took a picture of my master piece. 

So long Kevin and Hunter- By Henry

Everyone, grab your tissues because our friends from Taiwan were leaving! Don't worry, they're going to see us in the next, uh I don't know, 10 - 15 years . *Room 12 cries* So don- oh, you're still crying. Well how about we flashback to one of our memories back when they outsmarted all of us, even the year 8's. *Henry and the rest of the Class, GET SMARTER* But....

As one awesome and intelligent person said, *That person is me, of course.* "All things must come to an end."
So, we all hope you a farewell and I hope we'll meet you all in the future.

Friday, 6 July 2018

The NZ Icon by Henry

Okay, I know, I'm making a pointless blog post about a bike. I don't want to explain how a bike can become a NZ icon...so I won't.

Anyway, you think I'm going to copy and paste a Newshub post, right? Not really, I'm actually going to write about what I feel about this and tell you whether I like it or not.


Great "Icon." Am I right? No. I mean, look at that man! That "bike" won't even function properly, and please don't tell me there is going to be someone riding on it. literally?.  I mean, come on.

I know NZ is that inventive but not like this! I still wonder if it's stable enough to even go as fast as a person running. What do you think of that?

But as much as I would want to laugh to death about this invention, my emotions for this are...

HILARIOUS.

Still kind of creative.

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