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Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Tongan Language Week!

Malo E Leilei and greetings to you all, today was the last of Tongan Language Week so Julianne and I brought traditional Tongan objects. Here are some of the Tauvala, Kiekie, Kahoa, Tiketike  and a Pule Taha. I wore the Pule and Kiekie, a Kiekie is made out of Coconut Husk and Pule Taha is made out of cotton material. Julianne wore a Tauvala and hold that up she that looked very pretty and Tiketike made out of bark and sticks. Then Vika, Peni and Tupou wore the same thing a Tauvala with different pattern. Faka'apa ke ho mo faiako mo ho family koe ai pe oku tauhi a mou tolu Malo.

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Orientation At Tamaki College!

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Tomorrow the Yr 8's are going to Tamaki College for Orientation Day, just to learn how College will be like. I predict that they are going to give us a tour and to examine the students. Because the Yr 8's would have a new chapter in their life which is college. 

Wednesday, 22 August 2018

Creating Origami

Origami is the art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture. In modern usage, the word origami. Its used as an inclusive term for all folding practices, regardless of their culture of origin. We are creating things like a waka, love heart, bird and the hardest of all Iris.

Sausage Kebab!

Step 1 - Slice the sausage into small portions
Step 2 - Slice the red Pepper and red Onion
Step 3 - Put both sausage and vegetable on kebab stick and here is a tip to wet the bottom so the stick won't burn.
Step 4 - Set baking paper on a flat baking tin and bake for 15 Mins
- While baking clean up

Friday, 10 August 2018

Ham And Pasta Salad

Ham & Pasta Salad: Method
Step 1 - Boil pasta until it's soft.
Step 2 - Drain the pasta in cold water (use colander)
Step 3 - Dice half a tomato, half an onion and some ham.
Step 4 - Add tomato, onion, ham and mayo to pasta.
Step 5 - Serve in a white bowl.
Step 6 - Clean up.

Friday, 3 August 2018

Volley Ball!

Volleyball is a team sport in which two teams of six players are separated by a net. Each team tries to score points by grounding a ball on the other team's court under organised rules. 

Kahurangi - Lengends

Kahurangi, they are a group. They came to see our school, Kahurangi means Blue in Maori. They told myths and legends from a long time ago. There was a man called lucky he was crack up, three boys chosen to play a game. The rules are lucky demonstrate and the boys have copy the move.