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Friday, 18 September 2015

Visit to National Library

Friday 18th september 2015

On a lovely morning after Morning tea I was called by Joshua because of we were going to a lovely place near the city, It was the National library. What a surprise, we saw one of our teachers who left our school in 2012 it is Mrs Leaupepe. The reason why we went to the National library was because of we were invited to attend a reading conference. Our Special guest speaker was David Rilley he is an Author that wrote a book called Samoan Heroes it is an amazing story. The Samoan Heroes story is based on Mafui’e the fire keeper and Tihi Tihi and his father. Tihi Tihi’s father loves working at the old plantation, but Tihi Tihi wanted to eat a delicious fruit from the plantation but his father would not let him, he says that there is a evil creature living in the plantation. He does not like to be disturb.

Sadly the book had finished and it was question time. My question was “ What is your favourite book”. First of all I was scared to ask David a question but I had courage like Tihi Tihi and I stood up. After all our questions we decided to take a photo with David and we got a chance to meet him, He is an intelligent man.

Finally it was time to explore the Library. We started from the bottom and end up at the top we had lot’s of book in our hands we couldn’t get enough. It was time to go we waited for our books to get issued then we can leave.

It was about time we were all hungry so then we decided to go and eat a the palmers cafe in Meadow bank the food there was so nice and tasty.
It was a great experience. Thank you Mrs Kelway

Thursday, 17 September 2015

Geometry

Today for Maths we have been learning about geometry. Position, Movement and Shapes





Wednesday, 16 September 2015

My Speech 2015

Kia Ora, Talofa lava, Malo lelei, Bula and greetings to you all.


1.Today I will be talking about putting an end to Drink driving. To read about accidents in articles and also watching commercials and ads on Television, Most of the accidents are caused by alcohol abuse.


2.Many people go to bars and club so they can drink of the stretch and pain. But let me tell you something drinking is not the answer to solve your problems.


3.Over the past few years over  10,076 people have past away because of drink driving accidents


Issues : 1. We should stop Drink driving because it can not only kill you but it can kill others that are in the Car.


2. We should stop Drink Driving Because You can be Paralysed and even Brain Damage you might lose your memory too.


3. Choosing to drive Intoxicated is highly illegal and dangerous in New Zealand and in any country.


4. Drunk driving could result in court time or maybe jail time. You will even  lose your licence for a year, and the police will pound your car. That mean more money to pay your fines.


1.The Rules of drinking.


1.If you are over 16 and 17 you are only allowed to drink wine, beer or cider


2.The drinking limit for New Zealand is under 400 micrograms, If you feel you are over the limit the don’t get behind the wheel and let a family member pick you up.


3.If you are caught in a checkpoint and you are drunk that mean trouble time because of the police will breathe test you and if they find too much alcohol then they will arrest you.


4.If you fail the second breath test the cops will place you under arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol.


Last but not least kids when you grow up do not be an alcoholic, But take my advise and only drink on special occasions.

Gracias por Escucha and God Bless.
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Grandparents Invitation

Monday, 7 September 2015

Sacrament 2015 R.E

MATCH COLUMN A TO COLUMN B

SACRAMENT GROUPS

PURPOSE
THE SACRAMENTS OF INITIATION

These Sacraments consecrate people for the important roles of service in the life of the community


THE SACRAMENTS OF HEALING

The Sacraments enable people to become full members of the Church, committed to Christ and the carrying on his mission in the world as sons and daughters of God - whanau a Te Atua


THE SACRAMENTS OF COMMITMENT

These Sacraments enable people to meet the Risen Christ bringing them healing - hohou rongo in mind, body and soul.

3 GROUPS OF SACRAMENTS

THE 3 GROUPS OF SACRAMENTS

The 3 groups of Initiation 2015 R.E

Learning Intention:
I am learning to explain the meaning of the 3 sacraments.

1 Baptism.
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The meaning of the Baptism is a Catholic and Christian Religion. A sprinkle of Holy water on top of a person's forehead showing perfection in the Holy Catholic church
and also receiving Jesus as your lord and saviour in your life.

2 Confirmation.

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The meaning of Confirmation is to cleanse yourself with the Holy Spirit. The Priest lays his hand on you then he say a prayer after he says the prayer. He tells you to go and say 2 Hail Mary 1 Glory Be and 1 Our father. Jesus forgive your sins.

3 Eucharist.
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The Eucharist is the central celebration of the church, and is our  greatest act of worship .

Friday, 4 September 2015

Tongan Language Week 2015


Celebrating Tongan Language Week with Room 7 was an awesome experience.
The thing that amazed me was seeing people arrive to school in their Tongan clothing, I have to say they are very proud to be a Tongan.
The Tongan food is so amazing, I could not get enough of it. It is so similar to Samoan Food I really enjoyed tasting Tongan food and I really enjoyed Tongan Language Week.

Last but not least I will like to say " Be proud of your own Cultural  and always represent your nationality."
Joshua 1: 9
Be strong and brave do not be afraid our discourage for I am the lord your GOD will be with you were ever you go.
Malo Aupito
Thanks Mrs Tui and Mrs Pulotu.