Wednesday, 16 May 2018

I Greet You To The Road!

Now, We know that children can be....... Repetitive,

but.... Oh if you try to make them collide with speeding cars, it would end in, the child's parents crying, your relatives start accusing the driver for speeding an- well, you get the point.

So, you're going to have to be cautious when approaching the road who we all know, right?

If you think this 11 year old kid is just making this blog for some pointless reason about road safety, you're wrong.

If you don't believe me then, read this.
On average, every week in New Zealand, precisely 20 pedestrians (around 1,000 annually) are injured badly enough to require  hospitalization, and there are at least one (65 constantly) deaths per week.

If a parent is reading this blog, please don't take away your childrens' outside privileges, the reason why, is because they might beg the heck out of you that you will just have to give into their ways!

There are ways you could protect your children, without being there for them. You could teach your child/sibling or even a close friend of yours to teach them the road safety rules.

So, go out and stand on the road (not literally)  and teach those speeding drivers a lesson by reporting their license plate number at the right time, especially around your school!

Thursday, 3 May 2018

Hello Fellow Internet User, Welcome To Term 2!

Even though I wanted to savour the continuity of my two weeks off, sadly it was the 30th of April so I just had to pulled myself together for School!

As I traveled to School I visualized the possibilities that could occur throughout our learning experience, all of the activities in class, with my friends I burst in enjoying countless minutes during recess, alternative lessons through the process of class and the outburst of laughter whenever Mrs Golder or Mr Reid make pointless mistakes. I shouldn't imagine that huge, should I?

As I entered through the School entrance, I saw the office, my fellow senior classmates interacting with their companions  while impatiently waiting for the doors to open. Meanwhile the junior students were acting as just straight out fools.

"It's good to be back." I quietly whispered to myself.

Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Commonwealth Games: Hockey

While today was a silenced medal day for New Zealand in the Gold Coast, it's 'adjusting day' for countless with podium desires, most certainly the Silver Ferns.
The netball woman were sadly at loss as it was there first time as they lost to Malawi as three nights have past. On the bright side, they could still be qualified for semi-finals on points differential, even with a loss to England this morning.

After their worthless and dreadful run of their nightmares to be hold which wasn't been made not a long time ago, they need a big result to enhance their medal hopes.

Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Teamwork In A Sprint Trio!

In the Commonwealth Games (Day 1) there was a sprint trio and as New Zealand relied on each other they won the sprint trio with the other team named Team Ethic which might have overestimated their past success.

As other people named, Eddie Dawkins, Sam Webster and Ethan Mitchell, they were all disappointed with coming sixth from the past last month's world championship in the Netherlands with a well judged victory over another participant country,  England at the Anna Meares Velodrome in  Brisbane.

The trio defended their title they won four years ago in Glasgow and was also victorious which also made them win New Zealand's first ever gold medal in the  Gold Coast Games.

Their winning time was 42.877 seconds was nearly half a second quicker than England, and only a miniature amount  slower than the Games record 42.822 they made when qualifying for the Commonwealth Games.

Dawkins, who carried the Kiwis home, said the victory had been specifically satisfying after their disappointing showing at the world championships.

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Thursday, 22 March 2018

The Terms And Services Of Being A Cybersmart Learner

This is what is expected from you if you are a part of a Manakalani School:
  1. By accepting the terms and conditions you should not go off task by doing inappropriate things if you don’t have permission. Source: Smart And Legal
  2. Think of how you “advertise” yourself by blogging online to the whole public and to remember that it will be there for as long as you expunge it. Source: Smart Footprint
  3. Try to make intelligent choices if you are interacting with another person. Smart Relationships
  4. Understand the purposes of why you should be responsible of your digital devices and to know why you should be responsible. Source: Smart Learners
  5. If you are purchasing or selling something be careful of what you buy because of people that scam you. Source: Smart Money

Friday, 16 March 2018

Welcome To The Rivertalk

Yesterday at The Rivertalk near Tamaki College there were many people who have explained why we should save the river and to prevent any more pollution caused by rubbish that doesn't belong to the sea and the sea creatures.

Two more schools joined and experienced the same amazing  presentations that have been created.  The two schools were St Heliers and Pt England. As we watched the performers  who expressed their culture we knew the story and the significance of the river. It is important that we don't ignore the pollution around out country and worldwide.

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

R10 Syndicate Assembly

Congrats to the people who succeeded in these first five weeks of Ruapotaka Primary and have earned their merit certificate!
This syndicate assembly was formulated and provided this assembly for us with these outstanding songs and ideas of theirs that was planed to occur on Monday.