Thursday, 18 June 2015

Kiwi Can

When Kiwi can started Mrs Tofa our teacher took a few students out for testing. After she started tested me I went out and played hand-ball with the rest of the class after we played we went back inside and did our points we scored 21 points we are leading by 1 point and if we get 25 next week we are at the top of the leader board.


Today during maths our teacher gave us 16 questions to answer. the first 10 were apart of our maintenance and the next 6 where word problems. The hardest word problem was problem 5. Problem 5 was
A barber makes $17 every 15 minutes. How long will it take to earn $680? We gave three answers and those three answers were
  • 10 hours
  • 40 hours
  • 11 hours


One day there was one baby dinosaur named was John. He was a Spinosaurus and had a big mouth, also sharp teeth, sharp claws and he was about 3ft tall. When John turned 18 years of age his mum enrolled him into one of the High Schools. His mum was so excited for John to go to school. When John arrived to school there were some kids that were kind enough to let John play with them.

When the bell rang for Morning Tea John went to go and eat loads of meat that his mother put in his backpack. When he finished eating all the meat John went to play on the field where no one was there. After John finished running around the field there was a bully and the bully’s name was Luke. He came and bullied John and then that's when John felt sad and ran out of school.

When John ran away he was never ever to be found. John found a nice place for him to stay and John stayed in a suburb called Glen Innes. This suburb was filled with big buildings. John invited other dinosaurs to his house. After John invited dinosaurs to his house they thought about moving there because they liked the area. John let them come over because he was lonely. John went to see his mum and asked her to move in with him. She said yes and they never told anyone what happened to John.

Friday, 12 June 2015


Whangarei is the northernmost city in New Zealand and the regional capital of Northland Region. It is part of the Whangarei District.
These are following names a nicknames for Whangarei: Whangas, Dub City, The Rei
Whangarei's Motto’s are : Non Nobis Solum, Love It Here, City of 100 Beaches

The city's population was estimated around 54,00 in June last year up from 47,00 in 2001. The wider Whangarei area had an estimated population around 80,800 in 2011.

M.A.D.D Dairy

Today was the last M.A.D.D workshop. It was sad to be the last M.A.D.D workshop because we have learnt a lot of things from Petia and Caroline.

The first thing we did when we were in the hall was to take the chairs and put them in around. When we finished doing the chairs we sat down and waited for Petia to finish setting up.

After that was finished Petia told us that he was going to give use a key ring. When he gave us the ring he asked us what was the first thing we were talking about when he first came and we all said the first thing was our culture. It was going till the last lesson.

Petia gave use the cards to put on to our ring so that we can not lose the cards that he gave us to keep. The cards were different colors to represent the things we have been learning.

Last of all Petia said that it was time for him to draw. While he was drawing he was playing songs and I remember one of the songs and it was called Happy by Pharrell Williams. At the end of the session the superhero he drawed was Iron Man. He drawed him because He has a lot of creations and he was a very smart man.

Friday, 5 June 2015

Poem about school


School is something,
we must all embrace.
Knowledge we need,
to seek out and chase.

Subjects and teaching styles,
are plentiful and vary.
Just like the backpacks,
we all need to carry.

Sports, clubs, and activities,
at every single turn.
So much to do,
study and learn.

To get the most from school,
we should consistently attend.
Around each corner,
there's always a friend.

Our favourite teachers,
are friendly and kind.
Their passion and job,
to expand every mind.

School is something,
we must all embrace.
Just remember to learn,
at your own pace.

The Launching

Thursday, 4 June 2015

Maths Reflection

Today we had our maths session with Mrs. Raj. Our problem was There are 240 students in a school. 1/5 of them walk to school, 1/3 of them travel by bus, 1/10 of them bike down to school and the rest of them travel to school by car. I learnt some new strategy's I can use to solve problems.