Monday, July 3, 2017

Presenting cats


The focus of the learning was to create a digital learning object to place on my blog, I chose to use a slide. For this piece of work I had to choose something to research and I chose Cats.Then I had to study Cats for the rest of the term. I was successful in my learning because I was always on task and ready to start working. My next learning steps are to work on punctuation, and to get more information about my study. If you have any helpful ideas please let me know so I can improve this piece of work and also so that I can use them in my piece of learning.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Bullying is unexcepatble

What is bullying?

CARMEL:
Bullying is when some one's feelings are persistently hurt because they are being called names and kicked hit or physically hurt. Bullying is when someone is persistently doing it not one time that is not bullying but it is still a sign of bullying  

Cyber bullying:
It means that you post something unice send mean text post mean things and hurting someone's feelings and when people do that they feel bad about themselves doing it persistently means that you are a bully
AJA-MARIE
Aggressive Behaviour is bullying depending on what happened, how often it happens, and who it was to. Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behaviour among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance.

Bullying is when someone is being hurt either by words or actions on purpose, usually more than once feeling bad about it but won’t stop. Bullying can happen anywhere and can occur in your neighbourhood, while going to school, at school, or online.

Verbal bullying is saying or writing mean things, verbal bullying includes,
Teasing, name-calling, inappropriate comments, taunting and threatening to cause harm.

Social bullying includes,
Leaving someone out on purpose, Telling other children not to be friends with someone, spreading rumors about someone, and embarrassing someone in public.

Physical bullying includes,
Hitting/Kicking/Pinching, tripping or pushing, taking or breaking someone's things, or making mean or rude hand gestures.


NO-ONE DESERVES TO BE BULLIED

Sunday, March 19, 2017

my new post

It is wrong to fight

It is wrong to fight because it doesn’t help anyone and because it won’t get you anywhere in life it is wrong to fight because it will leave you feeling sick to your stomach and it will leave you in tears it is wrong to fight because you will get hurt and because you are doing nothing you're just giving yourself a bad education.

By carmel

It is wrong to fight because you will get in trouble with your parents and the teachers it is wrong to fight

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Hi guys this is my newest post so I hope you like it

        KASEY AND KARENA


Once my aunt's came to my school, Waima School. There names are Kasey and Karena. They came to our school to explain the love for their cooking and how they were releasing a new book.  As they were welcoming them selves in Hoki taphi started to do the karanga then the school stood up and watched as they settled in. When they sat down there mum Ata stood up looking proud and confident to do her mihi then she started off with introducing herself then they talked about their new cookbook and that sunday they were going to what now then everybody said”can you make a shout out for waima school please”

After that they talked about how they use to come to waima school. They said there was a tree down on the field that they use to play a game on it and they would jump on it and run  around it they said they had to cut it down though because it was getting to big and to dangerous for the kids to be playing around it cause they said when the storms come it would of fell down flat and squish the kids.

Then we planned to sing them a waiata to remember there time when they visited then as we were starting Kasey pulled out her phone and started to video as singing. The song that we were singing was e toro ngamea then after that they said do any of you have any questions and of course we all did and they were pretty good questions to then this person in the background say’s are you single then we all start cracking up laughing

When they were finished introducing themselves they said that we could get their autograph then we were bouncing off the walls when we heard that then we scurried to the classroom to get our pen and paper. Then when we got out we had our autograph paper in our hands then we chucked them in our bags and went back to wish them a safe flight and a farewell but they didn’t leave without a hug then they shot off on there brand new cars that they won on masterchef and that was why they were there to tell us about their experience of masterchef and how you can follow your dreams and achieve them.


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Paralympic time



Start of the paralympics
September 14th 2016
Star of the paralympics
      Sophie Pascoe
We are happy to announce that the paralympics have started. It started on september the 7th to september the 18th 2016 we are also happy to say that nz won the paralympics swimming the kiwi behind this all is Sophie Pascoe she had won a gold medal for backstroke it was 200 meters and she still came first and that is astounding from where I stand she says that she had dedicated that to her great friend who had died of cancer she said she couldn’t share the moment with her then she said she could share it emotionally so that was a pretty big achievement to her.   


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      Anna Grimaldi
She had won nz first gold medal as taking her 6th and final attempt with a huge strike of winning the first gold medal in the athletic side doing the T47 and an outstanding result that we had won so we should be proud of them winning for nz because I am very proud of them.

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     Nikita howarth
Nikita Howarth has won her second medal of the Rio Paralympics with gold in the women's 200m individual medley.
The 17-year-old Cambridge para-swimmer, who became New Zealand's youngest ever Paralympian in London four years ago, aged 13, finished more than five seconds clear of Canada's Tess Routliffe and America's Cortney Jordan, who took out silver and bronze respectively.
Howarth won bronze in the women's 50m butterfly on Tuesday and will race for another medal in the women's 100m breaststroke SB8 on Thursday.