Thursday, May 30, 2013

Catholic school day

On a bright Tuesday St Joseph school from Orakei came to celebrate Catholic school day with us. When St Joseph school arrived from Orakei we celebrated Catholic School day at St Pius X Catholic School and I was excited because I got to meet a new friend.

It was fun because we had a Catholic Schools Day mass and there were 370 students. We had a awesome mass with St Joseph. I met a new friend and her name was Martha but I called her Mart for short.

I took her and showed her around our school. All of a sudden  we bumped into Valenisia and Ponia. Valenisia had to go and play and they had fun. When they went I saw a little girl walk around so I made her cheer up and she made lots of fun.

Martha was a Korean just like my uncle and she was 11 years old, I was one year older than her. My new friend and I went and walked around the field and I asked Martha if their school  had a big field at their school and she replied back “ Yes but it is a small field.

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Making Sentence

We have been learning about making shot words

The baby smiled.
The tiny pretty baby smiled when she saw her tummy.

The girls danced.
The talented awesome girl danced for her family for Christmas.

The boys shouted.
The boys shouted because the girls took the games and the ball.

The lady walked.
The angry horrible lady walked all the way to the doctor to have an appointment.

The dogs barked.
The naughty black dog barked because he saw a cat.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Catholic School Day

Yesterday St Joseph's came to celebrate Catholic school day.

First thing when the St Joseph's arrived at our school, we had a school mass with St Joseph's. The whole school was very packed and all you could see is red and blue clothes. We had to sing songs and read the gospel. Our two priests were Father Terry and Father Ioane. Our class sat on the left side with Room 4, Room 1 and Room 2. St Joseph's sat on the right side with the rest of the classes. Our class and St Joseph's had a nice day. We had an awesome day and enjoyed meeting others.

After mass we lined up and walked back to class to get our lunch. We sat and we got to meet the girls and they gave us was a badge from them.  The boys gave a badge to the St Pius boys. Boys were playing Bull rush with the St Joseph's boys. The girls were walking around meeting others and they were playing Tiggy. The teachers were talking and having a cup of tea or coffee. The weather was sunny and we hoped it wouldn't rain so we would play.

Next we had a music concert with St Joseph. St Joseph's sang Count On Me by Bruno Mars. We had fun day and Room 3 did the cup song. We enjoyed singing with the whole school Mali Mali mai and we had to clap. Our class did not do a thing because Room 7 had set it up for us. We had a fun and exciting day with my 3 buddies.

What I enjoyed with my friend was that we walked around and took pictures. That was my favourite day ever in my life.

Saturday, May 18, 2013


We have been learning about how water connects us all. We chose an island in the pacific ocean to create a presentation about. We chose Fiji.

Friday, May 17, 2013

Week 2 Reflection

My highlight for this week is that we had football with Courtney at the court. My highlight was when we went orienteering with Miss Tui.

My lowlight for this week was when I presented with my group a presentation. My lowlight was when we had to sit at room 3 for singing practise.

I am looking forward to the swimming pool and looking forward to doing the circuit with the class.

Thursday, May 16, 2013


We are learning about statistical literacy. This means reading and writing about statistical. We learned about pictogram. One of the most important things to look for is the key. The key is important because it tells you clues. 
Here is an example of a pictogram:

Monday, May 6, 2013

Mum Description

My mum is special because she has been guiding me in my journey. She has short hair and she is the second tallest in the house. My mum is an islander and she loves to speak in Tongan.. She is a She is the best mum I have ever had. She Fijian and you can tell because of her hair.

My mum likes to read and helps my little sister to read her book from school. My mum’s favourite rugby team is Tonga because she likes Finau Maka as her favourite player. She doesn't like going on random elevators because they might prank you. The one thing she doesn't like is Chinese food because she thinks that it made out of rats. My little sister says “Mum don’t believe in it” and we all laugh.

She supports me wherever I go and she keeps me clean for school. She cares for me and hugs me when I go school. She helps me when I need help and she tells me stuff to do. She buys lunch for us and keeps us safe and healthy. She pays my school fees and my uniform. She cleans the house makes food for us so when we get home we eat. She is the best mum I have ever had.

Why I love my mum is that she is special and helpful. She shares food with us and keeps us fit. She protects me whenever someone touches me. I love my mum because she always spoils me a lot. I am from her side and my other siblings are from my dad side. I love my mum!