Thursday, February 23, 2012


Always on a Thursday room 21 plays netball with our coach Liz. Me and my friend Joshua are always partners for netball. First we warm up by passing the ball to your partner. Then Liz said “stop passing the ball” and we all stop. Then Liz said that we had to get into a group of three. My group was Joshua and Mathew and I.

Liz said that we had to practice intercepting the ball for the other person by jumping in front of the ball and stealing it. After that we started to play a game called ball tiggy but you cannot move with the ball. When Liz said “go” we started to play ball tiggy.

After playing netball I felt tired and happy. Then Mrs Lagitupu said to line up to go back to class.

Friday, February 17, 2012

ith others like your  friends or family .
Participation means pAbout 40 chiefs signed the Treaty of Waitangi on the 6 of February 1840. By the end of the year about 500 other Maori including 13 women, had put their names or moko on the paper. While some had sign the treaty and others chose not to sign the Treaty at all.

The three P’s are called protection, partnership and participation
Protection means to protect your self and to protect other people.
Partnership means co-operating warticipating in things.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Going to the beach

On Sunday I went to the beach with my family .  We were going to the Point England beach. The tide was in, so it was the best time to go. I put on my sunblock  then started to bomb off the rocks. I did some staples with my dad, his bombs were way bigger then my but I'm just a kid. After that my dad went to go and get some hot chips and a pie at My Bakery in Glen Innes. My dad brought us back a big feed.