Monday, August 29, 2011


New Zealand is found in the South Pacific Ocean. It is close to Antarctica, Australia, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa and the Cook Islands. New Zealand has three main islands that are called North Island, South Island and Stewart Island. Tokelau, Cook Islands and Nuie are in the North East and are apart of NZ too. One of the first people to come to New Zealand after the Polynesians and Maori was Captain James Cook. He was from Britain. New Zealand has a treaty called the Treaty of Waitangi which was signed between the Maori and the british in 1840. Some Maori drew their Moko (tattoo on their face) instead of signing their names. I hope you come to the rugby world cup to support your country.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

My class was on TV One News

On Tuesday 23 of August I was sick and my class was on TV One News. On the News they were talking about schools having Netbooks. I was sad because other schools didn't have Netbooks because they can't buy them. Look at this clip so you can find out more.

Friday, August 12, 2011

The Life Ed Caravan

On Monday the 8th of August my class went to the Life Ed Caravan and I met Lynn. After a few seconds she told us we had to line up from tallest to shortest. We took off our shoes and went inside the Caravan where we sat down and saw Harold the puppet. At first no one spoke. Harold looked sad because we hadn't said good morning. Finally after Lynn's instructions we shouted, "Good morning Harold!" Harold looked much happier. Harold kept looking at Elizabeth and whispering into Lynn's ear saying that he liked Elizabeth and Elizabeth laughed. My favourite part of the day was watching how the body works. I enjoyed seeing how we digest food and how our blood circulates.