Thursday, 10 December 2015

2015 Reflection

This year I was in room 2 with the amazing Miss Clark and it was really fun. The most satisfying thing for me this year was hanging out with all my friends and the most difficult thing was completing my school work, but overall I would rate myself a nine why because I'm awesome.

The way I contributed to team 5 is that I bought a 2 dollar sausage sizzle that went to the year 8 camp. If I were to change anything about me I’d change nothing  because I'm awesome. Two things I’d want my 2016 teacher to know about me is that I am struggling in maths and that I love art.

Maths is the where I struggle so it is probably the subject I need help in and to help him or her see that I would show them how much more literacy task there are on my blog than maths but they should already know that.  The best thing that has happened to me all year is how I keep finding money on the playground.

This year was incredible and I can’t wait to be year eight. Hopefully we get to go on amazing trips like how we went to Polyfest and Rainbows End it was really fun.

Tuesday, 8 December 2015

Google Cardboards

While the year 8’s were at Tamaki College for tech, the year 7 students were having a lot of fun visiting places like India, Buckingham Palace, the Colosseum and much more.

Today some of the year 7 students used google cardboards for the first time. Google Cardboard is a virtual reality platform that was developed by google and was released in 2014. It was created by two very intelligent men whose names are David Coz and Damien Henry, they are google engineers from the Google Culture Institute in Paris.

It was incredible, we had even search a part of outer space we saw africa, the moon and millions of bright shining stars. We had even gone to the tallest building in the world that was in Dubai and we also went to Buckingham Palace and The Royal Mall which we learnt has 1,514 doors and 760 windows that have to we polished every week.

My favourite place was the deep blue sea where I saw the amazing bullshark who is said to be the most aggressive sea creature in the shark department even more aggressive than the great white, I also saw the giant whale shark it was so fun and did you know that the whale shark can grow up to 20 m in length - up to 20 tonnes.

It wasn’t the first time I had used this google product before, I use this incredible product when the year 7 & 8 extension group went to the GEGNZ which stands for (Google Education Groups In New Zealand). We went there to learn how other people use Google and if they use google apps for different purposes.

I had so much fun with the google cardboards and I hope I get to use it another time.

Monday, 19 October 2015

The Secret Underground

Term 4 Immersion Assembly

As I opened the door to see my classmates deciding where they were going to sit for the next 10 weeks, the second school bell rang and suddenly everybody rushed into the street for the mihimihi and karakia.

After that all the students from Point England gathered inside the hall to learn what our topic was for term 4. All the teachers dressed up and had to perform an act of some kind that was related to our topic. This term topic is PES Survivors, we are learning how to adapt to our surroundings so that we can survive on planet earth.

Team 1 are sang karaoke and are going to the zoo to learn how the animal life now adapt in the zoo. Team 2 are learning about dinosaurs and how they didn’t learn to adapt and if it was the reason for their extinction, and team 3 are creating different kinds of dinosaurs.

The year 5 and 6 which is team 4 are learning about the different kinds of habitats and last but not least team 5 are learning about adaptation and how some people from different countries learn to adapt to survive in different places and climates.

My favourite part was when the team 5 teachers had an chopstick competition. It was funny when the teachers were complaining about Asia’s win, they thought it was unfair because in their country they don’t use chopsticks, or as they say, wooden sticks. Another funny part was when miss Peato complained and said that if there were some island food then she would have one.

My second favourite was when miss King and the team 3 teachers or in other words the team 3 disco dino’s dressed in a lot of colourful clothing and had some weird names. Miss King’s dinosaur name was Bosserapter, and mr Moran was called the muscle-osaurus, there were a lot of funny names and really cool acts but I can’t decide which was the best because they were all amazing.

I think that this terms topic is really cool and interesting, I can’t wait to learn more about this fun topic. Hopefully everyone else likes it as well.

Friday, 11 September 2015

My Trip to Taupo

Last week on Friday the 4th of September my parents took me to Taupo so I could compete in a rugby tournament.

After an exhausting five hour drive my parents and I had finally made it to Taupo, a town known for its Geothermal activity in other words it smells of rotten eggs. I was so bored I couldn’t wait to get out of the car to reach my destination which was the All Seasons Holiday Kiwi Park as my legs were aching due to the lack of space in the car.

Half an hour later we had finished getting settled in and I went for a little tour around the amazing resort. there I saw a park, a kitchen, a thermal pool and a lot more. When I saw the kitchen it made my stomach growl like a lion I was so hungry I could eat a whole cow. The only bad thing was that I wasn’t aloud to eat because I had to stay under the weight limit of 55 kg's and I had to weigh at 6:00pm.

At 6:00pm the team and I took about a 10 minute drive down and gathered at the Owen Delany Park where we had to weighed in. When it was my turn to weigh I was so concerned, just the thought of me not making it was so nerve racking. Luckily I only ate 3 lollies and I weighed in at 54.7 kg’s and I was allowed to play for the under twelve's Grammer Tech team, after we that everyone went back to their hotels to rest for the next day.

The very next morning I got ready and my parents and I drove down to the park where we would play our first game. We played 3 games and lost one we played against teams like Marist North Harbour, Wai Kanai Coastal and a lot more. After a long day of playing rugby, we won two and lost one, I was very tired and hungry when I went home I ate some Mcdonald's, Chicken, Ice, Lollies, Chocolate and loads more, and after that I rested for another day.

On Sunday we played three games again and it was amazing everyone played incredibly awesome but in the end my team (Grammar Tech Under 12) ended up winning our grades Cup. In the final we played against Carlton Grammar it was like we were playing for our lives. Everyone was doing their job which was tackling, running up hard and strong, and it was so amazing.

But that wasn’t the exciting part the most exciting part was when the Referee called full time and the score was 17 to 12 to us. We jump up into the air while Grammar Carlton started crying with anger on their face, I was so happy I couldn’t explain it. Everyone was so happy and relieved because it was finally over.

So at the end the most exciting part for me was winning and after that we traveled back to Glen Innes to see the family.

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Duffy Books

Today after Morning Tea Pt England School gathered in the hall to receive our brand new Duffy books. There was a lady who came and talked to us how reading helped her and how it could help it was really fun and I can't wait to read my new books!

Monday, 31 August 2015

Prevent Being Sick

In Auckland the winter season is also known as the Flu season, temperatures drop down to as low as three or four degrees celsius. Did you know that Flu is short for influenza, the flu is an infection diseases caused by the influenza virus. The following below will show you how to prevent the flu from spreading to you and your family.

One way to stay healthy and clean is to take a lot of Vitamin C. It helps because the citrus in fruits like oranges, lemons, limes and plenty more keep you refreshed and healthy for many more days. Vitamin C also helps prevent Scurvy.

Another way to prevent getting the flu is the flu shot also known as the influenza vaccine. But the CDC recommend the flu shot only be for people over the age of 6 months. For healthy working adults if they were to take this shot they probably would have a balanced protection against this particular disease

Now for something that doesn’t help like the weather, when the weather drops bodies start getting cold and that is how people get sick. It helps to wear the proper clothing like jumpers, scarves, gloves and maybe a blanket if necessary.

So, those are some things that you can do to prevent yourself from getting sick. If you do these things, you should feel nice and well and be able to physical things with your family and friends.

Friday, 28 August 2015

Kauri Island

In this presentation are the answers to a story called Kauri Island, it is about a girl named Thelma and her little family and how they move to the forest.

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

The Importance of Saving

Inside this presentation explains how saving money is very important for your future and a lot more. It also has movies telling the importance of saving.

Wednesday, 19 August 2015

My First Pay Packet

My First Pay packet is a story about a young Niuean boy who is looking for a job to earn his own money but after he gets his first pay it is tradition that he has to share it with his family.

Monday, 17 August 2015

Number of the Week

In this presentation is a random number that I have been given by a web site called Random Numbers. Anyway it shows a questions about this number something that includes this number and a lot more please check it out. Thank you

Friday, 14 August 2015

Google for Education

On  Wednesday the 12th of August the year 7 & 8 Extension group went to Hobsonville Primary School to participate in the GEGNZ (Google Education Groups).

There were students from Rowandale Primary, Orewa College, Henderson Valley and lots more. All schools had to present how Google apps help their learning and what kind of app it was. The extension group had split into two groups, one group presented about P.E.N.N (Point England News Network), the second group showed how all the Google apps help everyday learning.

I was in the second group with Iisa, Mary, Ariana, Taimana, Jordan A, Jordenne and Lucy. My partner was Mary and we talked about Google Docs and Blogger and my other partner was Ariana she and I talked about Google Drawing. After we had presented we were aloud to play on the park it was s fun.

Thursday, 30 July 2015

Shopping at the Puma Store

Today in maths class the whole class had to answer questions A, B or C the question ask how much 70% of $420 was and it was $294

Tuesday, 21 July 2015

Term 3 Immersion Assembly

Yesterday on Monday the 20th of July was the first day of term 3 and every first day of the term we have an immersion assembly our new topic was learning how to be Financially Responsible. Every teacher from every team performed an act of what they were going to learn this term. 

Team 1 are doing jobs around the school and getting money to spend at the markets. Team 2 are learning about making ice cream and tasting new flavours. Team 3 are learning about all the different jobs in the world. Team 4 are learning about the different emotions in your mind when you spend money and team 5 are learning about how to be Financially Responsible.

My favourite team was team 5 because of Mr Barks and Mr Wiseman, Mr Barks was acting like he was Mr Wiseman's Wife Mrs Wiseman. Mr Barks was wearing a dress and was holding a fake baby whose name was Iile. One day Mr Wiseman did not have enough money in his budget to buy new things. When suddenly he heard a knock on the door and three ladies came running in with a truck load of clothes and ask him if him and his wife wanted new clothes 

Him and his wife tried on many new clothes they put on dresses, jumpers, shoes and loads of T-shirts but in the end he decided that he needed to pay of more important thing like the bills and food supplies than clothes.

Monday, 22 June 2015

Friday, 5 June 2015

Missing Taranaki Teen Found

14-year-old boy Phillip Pierson has been missing in Egmont National Park in Taranaki.
Phillip was out in the Taranaki Pursuit Navigation when he went missing. With wet and cold conditions overnight, it is hoped that Phillip has been able to keep warm with the equipment he has with him.
It was said that Phillip Pierson was found around 11am on Wednesday by Department of Conservation / D.O.C, a worker named Emma Neal who is a trainee was checking a stoat line when she came across the young boy.
Luckily the boy was carrying the group's safety bag that held food water and an emergency shelter which allowed him to create a bivouac.

After being reunited with his family Peirson thanked the search and rescue teams for their attempts to find him.

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels

I've learnt that the people of Papua New Guinea are really helpful and that the soldiers thought so too. 

Monday, 25 May 2015

Week 5 Word Problems

In this presentation we had to solve 5 word problems and write an extra answer ourselves, I have learnt how to solve problems in different ways. 

Friday, 22 May 2015

Anzac Biscuts

In my Zeal Zone group we have been making Anzac Biscuits with Mrs Tele'a we had to complete this Google Presentation while mixing all the ingredients together. Also we had to write down all the ingredients on the presentation and a method on how to make it.

Thursday, 21 May 2015

Playing Piano

Today the year 7 walked to Tamaki College for Tech at Tech we learn how to cook, build and play music.. My class is music and my music teacher is Mr Tane, he has been teaching us how to play guitar, drums and piano I have chosen to learn about the musical instrument piano.

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

WW1 Mascots

While answering the questions in this Google presentation I have learnt that animals played a really big part in the first world war. They brought happiness to all soldiers and cheered them up when they were feeling sad, these amazing animals.

Measurement Maths

While answering the questions in this Google presentation I've have learnt how and when to use Units of Measurement.

Sunday, 17 May 2015

What happened in the Long Week End

On a Saturday afternoon, me and some of my other family members were invited to my cousins birthday party at her house, she was turning 1, I had so much fun spending time with my family, we ate cake, sang happy birthday and played a few games with my auntie. She was the person who set it all up, the invites, the games and she even made all the food, it was delicious.

My favourite part was winning this cool game called Rubrics Race where we had to moves the tiles to match the pattern. The way I won this was doing cup stacking, we had to stack the cups and then put them back into the formation they were in, I had to race against my cousins Sonny and Ken. It wasn’t really hard but it was really fun.

Next We got to eat some really delicious cake I was lucky because I got to eat a corner piece. Everything we did was so fun, I’m very lucky to have a great family that cares for each other. After that it was time to leave and I was aloud to sleep over at my cousins house Sonny and Georgina and we didn’t get home until 2.30. The next morning we were still sleeping and everyone was so full because of all that food.

Technology in WW1

Today in the afternoon Mr Burt made a visit to the year 7&8 students of Point England, he taught us about the technology that was used in World War 1. His question for us was, Technology in WW1-Good or Bad.  After a really long talk we decided to chose both, because technology can be used for good things like commenting on someone's blog but it could also be used for bad thing like hacking bank accounts.
 We learnt that technology in the war kept on getting more and more advance. All technology started getting bigger and better, country started showing of their vessels, air crafts and maybe even the cars and other things, I think that maybe technology is one of the reasons why war happens because people show of.

The talk with Mr Burt was really fun and I hope we get to talk about another really interesting thing like that again sometime this year or hopefully next year when I am a year 8. Thank you Mr Burt for the wonderful talk about technology, I think it real fun to learn about technology since we use it almost everyday this shows us to treasure what we have know and don’t go breaking it.

Letter to George Bollinger

My master letter to George Bollinger
His story link to video

Maths Up & Go

In maths class we are learning to solve word problems using multiplication.

Monday, 11 May 2015

Treaty of Waitangi Presentation

In Extension the Year 7&8 had to create a movie or presentation about the Treaty of Waitangi, The 3 P,s and how it Relate to Pt England School.

Friday, 8 May 2015

Remebrance Day

Remembrance Day is a memorial day to remember the heroic soldiers that died in World War 1. This day is celebrated in the Commonwealth of Nation like Australia, New Zealand and 51 other states. Many lives were lost in World War 1 and many families had died with sadness, that is why this day was created, to remember them.

On this day we give a minute of silence to respect and honour those before us also we sing the New Zealand National Anthem and we wear the beautiful red flowers called Poppies. The reason we wear poppies is because the trench warfare took place in the poppy fields of Flanders during the First World War, overtime the poppies have become a symbol of those who died during wartime.

The First World War officially ended when the Versailles Treaty was signed in 1919 the 28th of June. The Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty between the five nations, France, Germany, Britain, Austria-Hungary and the United States after World War I. One fact is that the only reason the germans signed the treaty was because they were losing many lives very quickly.

Hopefully everyone remembers them and how they fought for our country I know I will, Lest we Forget

Zeal Zone Task

For our Zeal Zone Task we had to find out five facts about this specific day, we also had to put them all into a Google slide or Google Drawing we chose Google Drawing because it was easier. It was really fun I hope I get to do it again.

Thursday, 30 April 2015

Monday, 30 March 2015

Hokule'a & Hikianalia Reflection

On Wednesday, 26th of March, all children from the Manaiakalani schools came down to sing a Waiata that greeted the two double hulled wakas the Hikianalia and Hokule’a.

Screen Shot 2015-03-30 at 10.04.38 AM.pngEarly in the morning over 2,000 children arrived at the Pt England Reserve to see the two amazing wakas the Hokule’a and the Hikianalia. Everyone thought it was amazing and so did I because Paige, Mrs Lagitupu and I had the opportunity to ride and film on the Hikianalia as it was coming to shore.

Everything was incredible, the nice calm water, the people and the waka itself. I thought the coolest thing on the Hikianalia was the two big anchors. To carry it you would need at least five people, four to carry and one to pull the very long chain. Then they would carefully put it into the sea.

Screen Shot 2015-03-30 at 10.05.15 AM.pngAs everybody (Manaiakalani schools) on the reserve chanted ‘E oho’ the crew started smiling and saying that it was beautiful and amazing. Then it was time to leave the waka A dinghy came and took us to the beach and that’s where we saw all the children singing a waiata and the children in front dancing and doing the pukana.

This welcome was all for the people who worked on the Hikianalia and the Hokule’a. Then Mr Burt (Principal of Pt England) told all the children to come past the crew members and give them an awesome high five. This took at least half an hour long as there were 2,000 children. After that all the children left except for 3 from each school.

The children who stayed back were the children who got to eat a delicious hangi including the waka crew members (Hangi is food that is cook in the ground). Inside there was kumara, potato, stuffing, and a yummy drum stick.

It was a privilege to meet these people because those people or crew members are really fantastic they didn’t have to come down to meet us but yet they did, all for us our school our community just to learn a little bit about us and what we do. It was so spectacular and I am really happy that this event was so significant and successful.

Friday, 20 March 2015

Japan Fire Walking

On Sunday March 8th, thousands of people went to Tokyo’s Mount Takao to watch an exclusive custom. They watched supporters of the Shugendo religion walk across a path of scorching, hot pieces of coal in barefoot. It is performed by Shugendo’s followers to protect them from bad luck and to keep them healthy also to bring peace in the world.

If any person wanted to cooperate they were aloud but only at the end when the pieces of coal have calmed to a more cooler temperature. This is known as the Hiwatari-Matsuri festival, the anniversary ritual is performed at the Takao-san Yakuo-in Yuki-ji Temple every second Sunday of March.

Did you know that Takao-san Yakuo-in Temple is an old Buddhist temple positioned at the top of Mount Takao. It is known as one of three important temples of Shingon. Shingon is also known as one of the current major schools of Buddhism in Japan.

Another thing you might not know is that at the festival, followers first pray for their families, safety and body and then they follow Shugendo practicing monks who walk barefoot over the spiritual goma fire that is scorching and is partly still burning.

I have chosen this story because it is really interesting and who knows maybe even one day I might get to walk over hot pieces of rocks.

Going to Polyfest

On Thursday the 19th of March all the 7&8 students and teachers from Point England School Went to Polyfest including my mum and some other parent helper.

At 10:00 am the year 7&8 students from Pt England had just arrived at polyfest, when we had gone through security they checked our bags just to see if we had any dangerous weapons. When we were inside, all the school had already been sitting in their lines waiting for us to arrive.

Not soon later John Key came with lots of people surrounding him. There were cameras flashing people clapping and some people were screaming. He talked to all the school saying welcome and have a great time and then he went into the big ASB Bouncy Castle House. After that it was time to go to our stations.

My class, room 2 went to our first station and it was the Fire Station we learnt about how to be safe around a burning pot, it was so fun. There was even a lady handing out free T-shirt and water bottles for the people who answered the fireman's questions. One thing I learnt, was that never pour water into a pot on fire or else fire will burst out.

Another one of our stations was called Flava, there we met some really fun people they let us play games, listen to music and we even got to take some amazing photos. We also had the chance to go into the draw to win a brand new blue and black coloured bike, the model was on top of there car.
Finally it was time to eat and me, my cousins and friends got to eat Keke Pua'a that my auntie bought for us her name is Priscilla, I thought they were delicious and so was the chicken and potato salad. After we had finished eating we were aloud to go with our parent helpers and have a look at the stalls and performing groups.
My group had decided to go and see the Maori groups performance. Along the way I saw lots of really cool stalls and foods and lots of awesome costumes and I also heard some really funky music coming from the people who came with flava, I had so much fun.

After we had finished watching the maori groups performance it was time to leave, we all lined up and headed for our buses but instead of getting ready to leave we had to wait and wait in the hot sun for our buses then they had finally arrived and it was time to leave, I can’t wait to go again on Saturday, that’s when one of my cousins perform.

Friday, 13 March 2015

Why your child should attend Tamaki College

Does your child go Pt England School? and is almost finished intermediate also are you having problems figuring out what College they should attend, well have I got a solution for you.

Tamaki College is just up the road from Pt England and it is a great school for Year 8’s who are using a digital device like a Netbook or Chromebook because they are stall working with the Manaiakalani Network. This means you will be able to use your device in class and not be confused while using it.

In Tamaki your child will have many opportunities like meeting the Minister of Education or New Zealander of the Year like Dr Lance O’Sullivan. Not only are there opportunities, there are many new awesome teachers and friends,  at Tamaki everyone is considered equal so when you start you don’t have to be shy.

Another reason your child should go to Tamaki College is because of their PB4L which stands for Positive Behaviour for Learning, it means that positive behaviour can be learnt and difficult and disruptive behaviour can be unlearnt. It also means that individual children are not a problem they need to change the environment around them to support positive behaviour.
I have given five reasons why your child should attend Tamaki, number 1 because of Netbooks, number 2 Opportunities, number 3 Teachers, number 4 friends and number 5 Behaviour.

If you have agreed to let your child attend this amazing College you will be asked to make an appointment in the school office. Students are to be accompanied by their parents or caregivers to the interview, I really hope you have enjoyed this little letter and I really wish you have recommended this cool school.

Dictation Practise

KungFu Pigs

Once again, Pig and Wolf came face to face and things aren't looking to good for the pigs. Who will protect the Emperor? Is there anyone who will answer his high pitched squeal? Anyone at all? Better bang that gong, Ping Pong!

I am O inky no ho, adviser to the great Ping Pong, and Priest of the monastery of wudahling. I am here to tell you of the Kung Fu Pigs, and of how they fought to defend our lands against the most evil traitor, the crimsontroter ( he who keep the company of the wolves). In this tale you will learn of bandits and foul play. Of magic swords and evil spells.and so, honourable stranger, let us begin...

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Video Conference with Hawaii

Early today the year 7 and 8 Extension Group had the privilege of having a video conference with Kea'au and Nanakuli Elementary Schools. We talked about the kinds of technology Point England School uses and the different kinds of native birds and plants there are in Hawaii. They also told us a lot about the Tsunami Museum the story was told by a teacher named Brynn. Each school shared something about their culture and what they do in class or around the school. 

To share what we do at school we showed them a video of things like the technology we use and the awesome teachers we have. The whole point of this Google Hangout was because a Hawaiian waka called the Hokule'a is going sail down to Pt England Reserve on the 24 of March and all the Manaiakalani schools will come down and sing a Waiata that will greet the Hokule'a and its crew members, I think the whole point of this waka sailing around is to teach people about the traditional navigation ways that the Hawaiian use.

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Monday, 2 March 2015

Becoming an Ambassadors

Something Special
Becoming an Ambassador

In 2013 in Term 4 I was chosen by Mr and Mrs Burt to be one of the school Ambassadors, I was chosen along with 6 other students same age and year their names are Jordan, Aaron, Marilyn, Khaia, Ariana and Elizabeth. Over the holidays in December Mrs Burt gave me and the other students a task, it was to memories a long mihi so that when we start school in February she will call us and we would have to present it to her.

While waiting for Mrs Burt to finish setting up she had told us to sort out who was going first and who was going last, no one wanted to go so then Elizabeth volunteered to go first. Then Mrs Burt said “ nice work Elizabeth “ then Mrs Burt turned to us and said “look at her she is strong Beautiful and has courage that is what you need to become an Ambassador.

After that it went Khaia, Jordan, Me, Aaron and then Ariana. When I was speaking I was really nervous I also forgot my lines but likely Mrs Burt was prepared she had put the mihi up on the projector screen. Half way threw the script I started to build up my confidence.

When everyone had finished Mr Burt came in and then they started talking Mrs Burt was saying that there are only 6 places but then Mr Burt said that we were all amazing and he said that they had 7 ambassadors last year why don’t we have 7 ambassadors this year so we all became ambassadors.

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Introductory Letter

Talofa lava and welcome to Room 2 my name is Collin Nouata and I am year 7 at Pt England School.

I enjoy sports because it is fun and energetic. Some of the sports I love to play are touch, tag, rugby league, rugby, and waka ama.

In my family I have three siblings. Two sisters and one brother named Cullai, I am also the middle child. My eldest sister Jay’lee attends Auckland girls grammar School and my younger sister Jane comes to Pt England. My Family and I love to watch movies together, we also enjoy going out to rugby games.

I was born in Auckland and I grew up in Mangere. The school I went to was Rowandale and I went to Mc Naughten Kindergarten. I came to Glen Innes when my mum met my dad in 2007. I started Pt England School  when I was 7 years old and my first teacher was Miss Glaze.

My hobbies include sports, reading books, and playing games. In my spare time I like to watch youtube videos on my computer. When I grow up I want to be a league player. Shaun Johnson inspired me because he plays in the warriors and my family loves them.

My favourite subject in school is writing. I like it because I get to write fun and adventurous stories. My least strongest subject is maths because some question I don’t understand.

Some of my favourite foods are lollies, chocolate cake, and more junk food but when I’ve eaten too much junk I feel like eating some steak and veggies maybe with some mash potatoes as well. One of my favourite foods to eat at Sylvia Park is Butter Chicken

This letter is coming to an end so I am really happy being in intermediate, also I will try my best at all the task my teacher gives me and I will try to be more focused.

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

My Goals For Term 1

These are my learning goals for 2015

First Day In Year 7

Yesterday was the first day back at school and it was incredible, I met a lot of great students and the teachers in team 5 are really cool. My teacher is Miss Clark and she is really fun. I've already made many new friends and they are awesome. I really think this term will be the best.