Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Kiwisport - Touch

On Wednesday we were attended to go touch, all of a sudden I heard a few people said that it was our last session of touch. What we did for our touch game was something amazing and really fun the game was similar to capture that flag but the flag was replace with the ball. So the first thing to prepare for our game is to get a belt so we can stick the tag beside our hips, to prepare our self was to put us into 2 team 1 team was the white and the second team it the green team so I was chosen to be in the green team. So the second thing to prepare is to stretch more and rule of game is not get the other get your tag off. So when we finish we got the opportunity to say thank you for having with us and train us how to play touch.

Word Web - Lots

Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Future Aspirations

Today some wonderful visitor came to our school. Their names were Andrew Patterson who was our host and one was Anthony Samuel who was a TV entertainer and Paula Fakalata who an Attitude presenter and but no least is Amelia Unufe who works for Fashion designer. Anthony Samuel said something not to determinate your future he said "The past does not determinate your future" that mean like in the past you wanting to have a fight with someone but that does not mean in the future when you're a bit older it does not
mean you can be a bully.

Monday, 24 November 2014

Think Board


I woke up excitedly knowing today was the day of the film festival, I rushed to the kitchen and ate all my weet-bix in less than one minutes. I then realised I had forgotten to get my gold coin, I consider to myself that this day would be the day to display our movie. I opened my front door and my brother rushed outside and started walked to school.

Our class was attended to go to the cinemas to watch the Manaiakalani cluster movies to support for what they have being doing. I gripped on the elevator and I assumed that I have butterflies in my stomach. When we arrived at the movie I felt that the butterfly flow out of my stomach. Suddenly Anisha gripped to my and gave me fright “Anisha why are you holding my hand” I said  “because I’m afraid of the dark” said Anisha in a frightened way. Subsequently I was pondering at who I would sit next to during the movie, I choose to sit with Anisha and Ramona Del  my two best friends. When I get to sit next to my friend I got a fright from a girl name Paulita that appeared out of no where on the screen. I contened that our film would be first. So it did came up first when Manaiakalani cluster finish all their movie we back to school.

When we go to our class Miss Clark told us to start commenting on people film festival movie. “Class 3 what was your favorite movie?” so I put my hands nice and high  and said “ Bowl cut”  “why is it you favorite movie” said Miss Clark “ cause it so funny and it put a smile on my face” said I.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014


Immersion Assembly

On the first day of school on term 4, team 1 to 5 performed in front of us during the Immersion assembly.
Our topic for term 4 was 'Art Attack' my favorite prefomance was team 5 because paint a pitcher of Mr Jacobson, Miss Jarman and our principle Mr Burt upside down it was pretty amazing.

Thursday, 25 September 2014



I am strongly for a uniform at Pt England School! Because it shows people that our school is ‘striving to succeed’ in many ways by being a modest person and showing the little ones the way of being kind. The second reason we should have uniforms at this marvelous school because it shows how clean and healthy we are. What reasons do we wear our school uniform? Well whenever we attend for a trip we might lose one of our student, if they are in mufti then they might be a lot of people in mufti too, so that one reason that we wear our uniforms.

At Pt England School when people see us wearing our school uniform, they say that we look really smart in our uniform . Wearing uniforms to school it is a great chance to look smart and healthy it makes you look tidy not messy. When visitor comes to visit our school our ambassadors need to look really nice and smart , ambassadors take each group to different classes to see how we work and some even report on how our school uniform makes us look smart wearing our uniform and nice .

Wearing school uniforms help to support the people in our community, they could even ask us a question like do we know were the reserve is or shops and we could be very helpful to others and if we could get something in return

At our school there will be no judgements on our uniforms because we all are wearing the same uniform at our school. Some people at our school wear their uniforms the wrong way for example some student wears their jacket on their waste, a korero that Mr burt taught us called is ‘Wear it with pride’ so that just means to wear your uniform with care and not to wear your uniform the wrong way.

Monday, 22 September 2014

Commonwealth Games

GLORIA TENIIIS from Team 4 Pes on Vimeo.

The sport I have chosen for the Commonwealth games is Tennis

Thursday, 4 September 2014

Revolution Tour

Yesterday a group of came to Pt England School called the Revolution tour. The reason why they came to our school is to the bullying to promote anti bulling first they sang to us, make us laugh and tell a story the change my life to stop bulling people and felt and bring a lot of pain to the person the got bully. Also if the bully was bully then he or she would have a lot of pain to. # Stop The Bull Now !!!!!!!

Friday, 22 August 2014

Life Education Trust

Last week class 3 went to a tour at the life Education caravan.The topic we were learning about
drug and alcohol the purpose of drugs can simply show as anything that one puts into their body that is healthy or water with oxygen and changes the how the works. The purpose of alcohol can slowly send the messages to your thinking so slowly that you talk slowly that think you drunk or your showing of.

As we walked inside a lady name Lynn introduce herself to me and my class she then told us to sit in row of three or four. When we were ready to listen she told us so many things about drug she then said “Drugs are not good for you because it can change everything in you body and mostly your heart and you brain”. As she was talking she showed us some movies about people taking drugs and how their lives started to change.

People, who use to choose drugs are a lot of ordinary every reason. Nobody never set to become a drug addict. Some may be looking for something to risky to do and have an expectation for taking drug or alcohol is a harmless way to get some kindness of mood change or body. Drug taking can be “dressed-up” to be like something that not and presented as joy or even smarter that something cool and popular like teenagers. Some may believe the drug are like medicine or some people just drug to be cool or drug are really harmless.

When Lynn finnish and ask us that time with then we got to see Harold and sang to us with a karaoke and we sang with him. What enjoy about it was to see Harold and class was learning about drug and alcohol and other that are bad.

The life Education session were extremely valuable because we get to learn about not to take bad stuff like drug and alcohol and choosing our own decision. Well what Lynn really change me how we can’t drink alcohol or drugs.

Friday, 15 August 2014

Volleyball Explanation


Hi my name is Gloria and I would like to demonstrate my sport called Volleyball.
There are 6 people in each side there are 2 team in opposite side is a, and a high net in the and 2 tall pole on the side hold the net. Volleyball was invented by William G. Morgan at 1947 more than 800 people played volleyball around the world.

A teacher at YMCA at Holyoke, Massachusetts at the United State of America he put together with tennis, baseball, basketball and handball. Volleyball is the popular sport in the world, at 1900 a ball was designed that was called a volleyball that a man who also invented volleyball. This is how William started he grab tennis net and put pole a side and attached it from 6 feet from the ground and the net was 39 feet long by 32 to inches so he created a ball and that how he made up volleyball and he study how the rule would be.


Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Harold Life Education Trust

Class 3 went to the life caravan to learn about body and our health. So what we learn about was drugs and alcohol. A woman named Lynn taught us all about not to take drugs or alcohol . 

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Triangle Addition

Commonwealth Maths

Commonwealth Maths
How fast is Usain Bolt?
The World’s Fastest Man

Usain Bolt holds the 100m World Record at 9.58 seconds.
1. Going at that speed, how long would it take him to run:
(a) 1km (1000m)  one kilometer takes him… 9.58= 100 x 10 = 9.58
(b) 1 mile (1600 metres) (1.6km) it takes Usain Bolt ...It would be around 153.28
(c) A marathon (26.2 miles)  42 kilometers….I recomend it would be 4015.93

2.  What is his speed in
(a) Metres per second 10.288
(b) Miles per hour 72 miles per hour

Monday, 23 June 2014



Add/Sub W8

Andrea collects 132 Skittles. Andrea's father gives Andrea 56 more. How many Skittles does Andrea have? 132 + 56 = 188

Joshua has 95 cards. Christina has 59 cards. If Christina gives all of her cards to Joshua, how many cards will Joshua have?  95 + 59 = 154

If there are 485 pencils in the resource room and Bridget puts 44 more pencils inside, how many pencils are in the resource room?
485 + 44 = 529
Harold has 274 marbles. He gets 45 more from Steve. How many marbles does Harold have in all?  274 + 45 = 319

If there are 53 blocks in a box and Christine puts 73 more blocks inside, how many blocks are in the box? 53 + 73 = 126


Denise removes 37 bananas from a supermarket. There were originally 414 bananas in the supermarket. How many bananas are left in the jar?
37 - 414 = 423
Arthur removes 27 pencils from a jar. There were originally 183 pencils in the jar. How many pencils are left in the jar?
27 + 183 = 164
Joyce starts with 284 apples. She gives 27 to Larry. How many apples does Joyce end with?
284 - 27 = 263
Rachel removes 94 bottle caps from a jar. There were originally 227 bottle caps in the jar. How many bottle caps are left in the jar?
94 - 227 = 272
Michael weighs 87 kilograms. Douglas weighs 62 kilograms. How much heavier is Michael than Douglas? 87 - 62 = 25

Pentagons Continue

Anne had 125 cents. She found 65 cents on the sidewalk. She bought a bag of chips for 55 cents. How much money did Anne have then?
125 + 65 + 55 = 225
Jeff had 94 stickers.He used 23 of them this morning. He gave 12 to his friend Ed. How many stickers did Jeff have then?
94 + 23 + 12 = 139
The movie theater has 119 seats. 51 children and 24 adults went to the early show. How many seats were empty?
119 + 51 + 24 =185
Trevor did his math homework for 24 minutes. He did his spelling homework for 7 minutes.He read for 19 minutes. How much more time did Trevor spend doing homework?  24 + 7 + 19 =  50

Angela spent the day at the beach.She saw 17 children swimming in the ocean.  19 children were playing in the sand. 30 children were splashing in the pool.
How many children did Angela see at the beach?
17 + 19 + 30 = 66
There were 47 sailboats and 38 motor boats in the harbor. 29 boats sailed out to sea.
How many boats remained in the harbor?
47 + 38 + 29 = 114
Monica's father cooked 25 hamburgers. Kurt's dad cooked 35 hamburgers. 42 hamburgers were eaten. How many hamburgers were left?
25 + 35 + 42 = 102
The Happy Habitat had 21 koala bears.
They had 15 panda bears.
11 bears were moved to another zoo.
How many bears were left?
21 - 15 - 11 =47
Sparky had 28 balls.
He buried 10 in the garden and 6 behind the garage.
How many balls did Sparky have left?
28 - 10 - 6 = 22
Brett made a bowl of Lucky Letters cereal.
He counted 57 consonants and 22 vowels.
After eating some cereal, he counted only 35 letters.
How many letters did Brett eat? 5

Kiwi Kids New W8

1. In which of the following countries has a major conflict started after ISIS militants took over the city of Mosul?
• a. Morocco
• b. Iraq
• c. Somalia

2. True or false, John Key has publicly stated that New Zealand supports the United  States’ latest military action in Iraq? True

3. Which country won the last football World Cup?
• a. Italy
• b. Brazil
• c. Spain

4. Which of the following countries have announced that they will cut carbon emissions by 30% by 2030 to combat global warming?
• a. New Zealand
• b. United States
• c. China

5. A food drop was made to help a man in his efforts to cross the Tasman Sea. How is he  traveling from Australia to New Zealand?
• a. paddling a surfboard
• b. swimming
• c. kayaking
• d. rowing

6. The Iguazu Falls are some of the world’s largest and have just recorded their biggest
ever flows. In what part of the world are the Iguazu Falls located?
• a. Africa
• b. Asia
• c. South America

7. Astronomers studying how the universe started have detected the oldest light it is
possible to observe in space. What is the name of the theory that scientists believe
created the universe?
• a. Big Bang Theory
• b. Universal Expansion Theory
• c. Black Hole Theory

8. The Westpac Rescue Helicopter was sent to the Canterbury coast after sightings of a plane in the water. What did the crew find when they got there?
• a. a Google wifi balloon
• b. a homemade submarine
• c. another rescue helicopter that had crashed in the water

9. In which UK city will the Commonwealth Games start next month?
It England so they can vrs each other.

10.Michael Schumacher has been released from hospital in France after a skiing
accident in December. In which sport was Michael Schumacher a famous competitor?
• a. Skiing b. Motor Racing c. Football

11.What was thought to responsible for a series of loud bangs and thumps that were felt
across Auckland city last Thursday?
• a. Volcanic tremors
• b. A Meteor Shower
• c. Bomb testing

12.An injured German man was finally brought to hospital after emergency workers and
volunteers took 12 days to rescue him. Where was he rescued from?
• a. Fiordland National Park
• b. Mt Everest
• c. A German Cave

13.In which country would you be most likely to see a sombrero?
• a. Mexico b. Spain c. Argentina

14.A list of the most trusted jobs was released last week. Which of the following occupations had the highest level of trust from the New Zealand public?
• a. Firefighters
• b. Police
• c. Nurses
• d. Teachers

15.The Washington Redskins team are being pressured to change their name as it is
offensive to Native American Indians. What sport do the Washington Redskins play?
• a. basketball
• b. American football
• c. ice hockey

Monday, 16 June 2014


Kiwi Kids New

Kiwi kids news - Week 7
1. A trust has been launched to over sea an important New Zealand anniversary in 2019. What will New Zealand be celebrating?
a. 150 years since Captain Cook landed in NZ
b. 250 years since Captain Cook landed in NZ
c. 350 years since Captain Cook landed in NZ

2. Who did Brazil play in their opening game of the World Cup?
• a. England
• b. Chile
• c. Croatia

3. What caused the Auckland Harbour bridge to be temporarily closed last week?
• a. high winds affecting traffic
• b. repair work
• c. road workers protesting against a wage decrease

4. At which venue is the national Fieldays agricultural show held each year?
• a. Claudelands Showgrounds
• b. Mystery Creek
• c. the Hamilton Rose Gardens

5. In which country was the main airport attacked by terrorists?
• a. India
• b. Pakistan
• c. Egypt

6. Why has Dan Carter been in the news recently?
• a. he is returning to NZ rugby
• b. he has announced he will be playing for a rugby club in Japan this season
• c. he is planning to switch the position he plays in

7. Why has the head boy at Marlborough Boys College been hailed as a hero?
•a. he dragged a woman from a burning house
•b. he has donated a kidney to a fellow student
•c. he helped rescue a girl who was being swept down a swollen river

8. What is the main language spoken on the island of Santorini?
9. What is the name of New Zealand’s base in Antarctica that is getting a $3.9 million refurbishment?
• a. Hillary Base
• b. Scott Base
• c. Kiwi Base

10.True or false, after being found guilty of filing a false donations declaration John Banks has resigned as an MP?
11.Why has Wellington’s version of the “Hollywood” sign been given a revamp?
• a. it was damaged in high winds
• b. it has been painted a different colour after motorists complained it was too distracting
• c. the W has been changed to a V to promote a new movie

12.How much money is Kim Dotcom offering as a reward for anyone who can provide information that will help his court case?
• a. $500,000 b. $5 million c. $10 million

13.True or false, Christchurch has announced it will no longer fund the Ellerslie Flower  Show?

14.Why was the Solomon Islands in the news last week?
•a. an outbreak of diarrhoea is creating a health crisis
•b. rioting has broken out at their only prison
•c. John Key has visited and committed an extra $2 million in emergency funding

15.What type of transport is going to be removed from the Wellington streets following a decision by the city council?
• a. skateboards
• b. trolleybuses
• c. mobility scooters

Monday, 9 June 2014


Kiwi Kids News

Kiwi kids news - Week 6

1. Which industry is considered to be the deadliest in New Zealand?
• a. fishing b. forestry c. dairy farming

2. True or false, the Government will introduce a new policy later this month which will require tourists to sit a driving test before being allowed to drive in New Zealand? True

3. Which country is facing allegations of bribery after winning the rights to host the 2022 football World Cup? • a. Australia b. Japan c. Qatar

4. What have police announced they will be introducing to combat speeding?
• a. 200 new road patrol officers that will target known speeding areas
• b. new digital speed cameras that will be introduced across the country
• c. a new law allowing them to confiscate cars from drivers who receive more than two speeding fines in a week

5. The Taliban terrorist group released a video showing the return of a captured American
soldier to US forces. What did they swap him for?
• a. five Taliban members that were detained by the US
• b. weapons - guns and explosives
• c. two Black Hawk helicopters

6. Who said the following in an interview last week: “Here’s the thing, if we are not in it we will never be in it ever again”?
• a. John Key (politician)
• b. Peter Jackson (movie director)
• c. Grant Dalton (sailor)

7. Why has a Coromandel dairy farmer received a $52,500 fine recently?
• a. discharging effluent into a waterway that flows into a harbour
• b. for not providing enough feed for his animals
• c. using water from a local river from irrigation without council consent

5. The Taliban terrorist group released a video showing the return of a captured American
soldier to US forces. What did they swap him for?
• a. five Taliban members that were detained by the US
• b. weapons - guns and explosives
• c. two Black Hawk helicopters

6. Who said the following in an interview last week: “Here’s the thing, if we are not in it we will never be in it ever again”?
• a. John Key (politician)
• b. Peter Jackson (movie director)
• c. Grant Dalton (sailor)

7. Why has a Coromandel dairy farmer received a $52,500 fine recently?
• a. discharging effluent into a waterway that flows into a harbour
• b. for not providing enough feed for his animals
• c. using water from a local river from irrigation without council consent

13.True or false, Nigeria has banned protests in the capital by supporters of the 200 kidnapped schoolgirls? True

14.How many states does the United States have?
• a. 48
• b. 50
• c. 52

15.Basketball hero Steven Adams returned home to New Zealand last week after his team Oklahoma City Thunder were knocked out of the competition. What food did he say he was craving when he arrived?
• a. a pie
• b. roast lamb
• c. fish and chips