Wednesday, 21 October 2020

My whakapapa Journey

My Whakapapa Story I live in New Zealand but I am Samoan. In my picture I am going to share my whakapapa whanau. The koru shows all the people who have passed away. They are my Grandpa, Grandma, and also my cousin. The Yellow koru stands for my ancestors who I will never see and never meet. The top middle koru stands for my family, and the red   is my older sister who cleans up the house and goes to the gym. Two of the purple koru are my Mum and Dad. My Mum and Dad are the BOSS of me, my two sisters and my little brother. The green koru is my little brother and he likes to play with me. When our cousins visit they call him CUTE. The blue koru are my sister and I because we are twins. We both enjoy sports. I play Rugby and she plays netball. The green koru inside the frame are my godmother and godfather. The blue koru stands for my nephew and nieces. The bottom middle koru stands for my uncle that I’ve never met before.

The Best Day of my Life

In 2018 it was my brother's birthday and I was so excited that I ate two breakfasts. There was so much happening that day and so much to look forward to. I went to my room to get ready for a rugby tournament. My family and I were all going to the rugby tournament. 

When I was playing it was a bit rough, but I had lots of fun. I played really hard and we won the tournament. I felt really pleased. When the rugby tournament was over my family and I went home and I took a shower.

Next my family and I went to the cinema, and we watched Incredible Two. It was really scary and my brother was holding my hand. I didn’t mind because it was his birthday!

When we finally got home that evening we all decided we had had a really great family day. I was really tired but so happy that my day had turned out so exciting.

Monday, 9 December 2019

Similes to make you smile!

Collaborative Creature

Last Monday Room 6 and I made Collaborative Creature with Mrs Collins. We had a piece of paper and we had to draw the head of any creature. Then we folded the top third over and passed it to the next person. I drew the head of a dog and then I passed it to Nino,who drew the body of a snake. In the end I passed it to Desiree, and she drew the legs of a bear. I got a surprise when I saw my creature. I named it Dog-ake-ear.

Monday, 18 November 2019

Manaiakalani film Festival

                                        2019 Film Festival Excitement!`

Last week on Wednesday St Patrick's school went on a bus to Sylvia Park. When we got there their were lots of school's. There was Pammure Bridge school and Tamaki college and 
Point England school. All the school's were so happy when they went inside. I was so Excited that I nearly screamed. The lights went off and everybody was ready to watch the Manaiakalani movie.When the Manaiakalani movie was finished all the school's went back to there own school's.  When we went back to our own school we all did prayers then we went back to class and we cleaned up our classroom and then we went home. My favourite movie was the one from Tamaki College about fixing the broken rocket.

Monday, 11 November 2019

Bird of the year

This week we are looking for an image of a Hoiho which is the bird of the year for 2019. Hoiho live in New Zealand. Their eyes have big yellow circles around them and the Hoiho is a penguin who lives on the South island where it is cold.