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Friday, 28 July 2017

We Went Viral!!

Today at our assembly every class performed an item about the pacific islands. Room 1 performed a Samoan Sasa and Room 5 sang a lovely Samoan song called 'Le Aute'. After that it was time for Room 6 to perform their item, I really liked room 6's performance because they performed a Samoan and Tongan item. Then it was finally our turn, we performed a song called 'How Far I'll Go' by Auli'i Cravalho and we were AWESOME!!!!

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Room 9 syndicate assembly

On Monday afternoon we set off to the multipurpose room for room 9's syndicate assembly which we started  with a song called The Best Day Of My Life by American Authors. The song was about life in general. 
After we sang that lovely song we had two contestants from each. room for the cup stacking competition From room 9 was Kate and Madison and from 10 was Malia and Liza I really wasn't that interested but I probably would have been if I have been a contestant. When the competition was concluded I hoped there would be another competition.
 Finally we gave the teachers some time to present their award for the most diligent student in their class. For room 9 it was Jacob and Musika and from room 10 was Peni and Stristin and luckily last was room 12 and it was Pupuke and Vaimoana.
 I have been coming to syndicate assembly for 3 years and I think it is worth while and it is a good idea to continue with these assemblies in the future.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

How far i'll go

Yesterday morning straight after fitness we had to practise our Moana song which is called How Far I'll Go. First we had to start of by singing together. Then we had to sing girls only but we were pathetic so the boys sang and their voices were a slightley better than the girls. We were practising because there will be different parents who will come and hear our lovely voices. After 1 week the girls finally improved their singing. But this time the whole class had to sing without referring to the lyrics and we are getting there.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

What I Made At Tech

At Tamaki Collage for tech we made some delicious chocolate chip muffins. My partner was Vika first we had to listen to Mrs Tuipolotu for the instructions. Vika did the wet ingredient and i did the dry ingredient for the wet ingredient Vika had to do 1 and a half of milk and 1 and a half of oil and also 1 and a half of sugar then she had to get 1 egg and crack it into a bowl. When i did the dry ingredient fist i needed 1 cup of baking powder and 1 and a half of coco then we had to tip it into a another bowl then we had to get the whisk out of the drawer and whisk the baking powder and the coco. We had to mix till the baking powder and the coco has been nice and smooth and after that we had to tip the wet ingredient into the dry ingredient and carry on mixing with the whisk. Then we had to get the muffin tray out and get a spoon and scoop some of the dry and wet ingredient into our muffin tray but first we had to put a muffin cup into the muffin tray and then we put the wet and dry ingredient in the muffin tray then we put it into the oven for about 20 or 30 minuets. While Vika and i was waiting we had to clean our dishes and our table Vika cleaned the dishes and i cleaned the table when i finished cleaning the table i went to Vika and dried the dishes when she finished. When me and Vika finish cleaning we went over to our friends and had a conversation while waiting for our chocolate chip muffins. When our muffins were ready we got them out of the oven and did not look good but we still ate them and they were still delicious me and Vika was happy at our self.

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Skipping

On Tuesday afternoon we did some skipping on the court first we had to do a warm up. Our warm up was front wards normal skipping up to 10 and backwards skipping side to side 10 times. The thing I needed to practice was backwards skipping side to side 10 times. Then we had to go into a groups then figure out what we will be doing on our display, in my group was Katrina, Mary, Izabella and Pupuke. What we wanted to do was double skipping really fast but we could not do that because Katrina could not do that but that was alright. So we decided what to do we all wanted to do criss cross and it worked next we were called back by our teacher. Mr Reid wanted us to do a competition who can skip the longest. Then when we stop he will tell us how long we skip when I stop my time was 1 minute and 50 seconds and I was happy for myself. 

Thursday, 1 June 2017

Fonterra Milk

Everyday except Friday we have Fonterra Milk that is provided to Ruapotaka School. I like drinking milk because it helps with my health and helps my muscles to grow. To me Fonterra Milk is very important to me because it doesn't only help me it helps me and my family members to be HEALTHY and strong.
 

What I Made At Tech

At Mr Grundy's wood work Room we made things that involved using wood. I made  a money box. Before we made our things Mr Grundy talked to us about his rules, one of his rules was to stay put. Before I made my money box with wood firstly we had to design what is it going to look like and what is it use for. First Mr Grundy give's me a long piece of wood that we have to mark the measurements for the joint. After we mark the joint I had to go and get a saw.  We had to cut halfway on each line. Then I had to go and get a chisel to cut up hill so we can make a joint. After I did all those steps I didn't know what to do. We had to put your name up on the board if you needed help from Mr Grundy. He'll call your name out so I waited  for my name to be called out. After that he called my name and said, "Write down what your money box is all about". I finally finished it off.