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Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Tapa Drawings

On Friday afternoons Room 12 group 1 and 2 did art. For art we drew tapa cloths on paper based on our learning about "The Pacific Study". We used colors and pencils to draw Tongan or Samoan patterns and many island pattern. The patterns I drew was a flower and a traditional Tongan pattern. I used a black pencil to darken the outline and used a pencil to shade the inside of the flower.

😲Skipping Is Coming Up 😮


Next week Wednesday Ruapotaka School will start skipping. There will be competitions on who skips the longest. In room 12 we all split in groups to figure out what were going to do with the ropes. My group and I decided to use long ropes and do double dutch. My groups are Teremoana, Meafou, Vika and Vaimoana. We all have things to do. Some of the other groups have tricks to display. I feel nervous and excited at the same times. Hopefully it all goes well.😳Parents can come to watch..👍

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Syndicate Assembly

Yesterday the senior block had a syndicate assembly. 

The class hosting it was Room 10. 

At the assembly we had songs, certificates and quizzes. 

Tyron and Tupouseini got certificates for reading to a higher level. 

The quiz was about Samoa and Tongan questions and Room 12 answered the most questions so they received a certificate.

 It was fun.

Saturday, 17 June 2017

Samoan Singing

Image result for le pua samoaToday at 2:00 the senior block started Samoan singing today. Mrs Folu was teaching us Samoan music. She taught us different songs and the songs we sang were le pua and siva mai. The songs had beats and music to them. The song I liked was siva mai. We also learnt the vows in Samoan language.

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Daily Fitness Routine

Everyday, Each morning rooms 9/10/11 and 12  run around the school block for about 10 minutes. It helps us stay fit and healthy, each lap is tiring. The sounds of puffing and huffing is surrounded by me. The Jogging warms us off when it is a cold morning. 

Thursday, 1 June 2017

National Milk Day

Milk produced by Fonterra farmers is being consumed everyday by people everywhere.
Nutritious  Milk available to all primary school kids national wide . School books, writing pads, wall cladding, and roof tiles are just some of the things that can be made from recycled Fonterra Milk for Schools packs. Students and schools are happy to know that every single milk pack is recycled into new and useful products to be used by someone else around the world
 we celebrate the 16th annual World Milk Day on 1 June 2016.

Thursday, 25 May 2017

The Inter schools (Soccer)

Yesterday Wednesday the year 7 and 8's and the year 5 and 6 went to the Pt England Reserve to play other schools , we were playing soccer. I was excited and nervous at the same time.We played 5 games and made it to the semi finals. We played Tamaki Primary, Sylvia park, Glen Taylor,St Patrick  and lastly Stonefields. We sadly lost against Tamaki Primary and won all 4 games.  We also drew againest Stonefields. Overall we came 1st place. Our team were very proud of our selves.
Scores 
Glen Taylor     won 1-0
Tamaki            lost   0-1
Sylvia               won  1-0
St pats             won 7-0
Panmure         won 4-0
Stonefield        D     0-0