Friday, November 30, 2012

Day At Tamaki College (Transition Day)

Every Thursday all the year 8's walks down to Tamaki College to take part in participating in Tech.  We normaly we start tech at 9:00 and finish around 10:40. Our Teacher ordered us to stay at Tamaki College until 1:00 because all the year 8's had an transition day when  you go to different classes to do different subjects and activitys.
First we went music, the teacher that was there ready to teach us was Mr Telefoni. Our first activity there was to make up a rap that involves your community, your self and your school. There was five groups that organised a rap. To me all the raps was fantastic but samson and I thought our groups raps was still better.
Next we went to English with Mrs Emery and Mr Stevenson. We wrote about the missing Lion poem. I changed it around and it was called The Missing Unicorn Poem.
After that we went to science, science is one of my favourite subjects. The teacher that was there ready to teach us was Mrs Smallwood, Mr Helen and Mr Malhotra. We made Hokey Pokey and ate it with milky ways chocolate.
From my prospective I think Tamaki College is a Fantastic place to be.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Amazing Australian Water spout

During this week off the coast of Batemans Bay in Australia New South Wale  there was gigantic water spout. It was formed while rotating winds over the water and it was happening towards the sky. It didn’t make any damage but there was only bad weather around the area. The region is expecting more bad weather. Thanks to Pesi for editing my work.

Friday, November 16, 2012

The Manaiakalani Film Festival

On Wednesday this week all the schools that was involved in the Manaiakalani  cluster all tribute to make a movie to be displayed in the Sylvia Park Hoyt cinemas. The event was called The Manaiakalani Film Festival.
All schools travelled there by bus and came back by bus. Little kid from year 1 to 3 were the luckiest because they got to go first. Some schools went together and others went separately.The older kids year 4,5 and 6 went after them.  Then it was our turn to go, I couldn't wait to get there.
When we arrived Pt England Intermediate, Tamaki College and Panmure Bridge had some where to sit.
To me, all the movies were fantastic! Movies from year 1's to 13 were displayed on the largest screen in the Southern Hemisphere which meant you could see different kind of films from any prospective. Before every movie there had to be a presenter to introduce the audience to the movie. 
My best movie out of all the amazing movies and films was the Tamaki College's "One direction". The reason why I liked it was because it was different from the other movies and it had comedy.

Thank you to Vanilla and Miracle for checking my work.

The squash club

I had a choice when I was a little girl: wait in the car or wait in the squash club. In the females dressing room there was a lady drying her hair “ Your dad playing today? Which court?” she asked. It smelt like apple from the hairdryer air. My dads head bands was left overnight in the wash room . It smelt like my fathers gear bag in the whole place.

Thanks to Kevin Kasipale for checking my work