Tuesday, September 27, 2011

New Duffy books!!!!!!!!!!

This is my Duffy book that I got from the Bucklands Beach Lions Club. They help to pay for young children to have books of their own to treasure and read.

I chose a book with the title The Fall Of The Blade and it is written by a author named Sue Reid. (There are a series of these books.) It is set in France and it is about a little girl who is thirteen and she has started to keep a diary to write about EVERYTHING that is happeneing in her country because of the revolution.

It starts from 1793-1794 and is very interesting. I am thinking of wirting a podcast about it next term so keep a look out on KPE and you never know, you might want to read this book aswell.

But enough about that, I would just like to say a huge thank you to the Bucklands Beach Lions Club, you are making a really really big difference to help children all around Auckland, and I hope that other people will enjoy your company and the books you give out as much as I do!!!!! THANK YOU BUCKLANDS BEACH LIONS CLUB!!!!! :) :P

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

The rugby world cup.

The first game to kick off the Rugby World Cup was New Zealand vs Tonga, and today it is Canada vs Tonga. But on Friday the 16th it is New Zealand and Japan playing against each other in Hamilton to see who will be able to move on to the next rounds of our very special Rugby world Cup. I think that the score will be 49-29 to the All Blacks

(The Image above is of the New Zealand rugby team) GO THE ALL BLACKS!!!!!!!!!!

Monday, September 12, 2011

Te Rauparaha Whole group Movie!

This is the story of Te Rauparaha, but not just from me it is also from my whole group. Watch this!!!

Sunday, September 11, 2011

The Homeshow

Last week I went to the Auckland homeshow in Green lane. I was on the Chorus stand which is a fast and wireless broadband company. Rita and I were demonstrating how children at Pt England school were using their netbooks.

Why we were on the Chorus stand you may be asking, well because Pt England children are taking their netbooks home we need a sponser to help us get our wireless broadband all around Tamaki to reach our school children.

Well Rita and I were with Mr Jacobsen on the first day we went to the Homeshow and as there were three girls including Mubbashira who is a year 7 and only two chairs, Mr J had to take one child out for a look around and to make it more fun he set up a comp for all three of us girls. The competition was to see who could get the most pamflets in a matter of time. We all got 45 minutes each, but no one knew who got the most of the pamflets.

Well my aunty is bugging me to go and play on the trampoline so I better go, but Before I do I would like to say thank you to Chorus on behalf of Pt Engand School and all of the presenters. THANK YOU ALL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
In September 2011 some of our Pt England students worked at the Chorus stand demonstrating things they need USB for to help them learn.