Thursday, 7 December 2017

. The Monkey That Lost His Nose

The Monkey That Lost His Nose.  By Jordan

Once upon a time there was a monkey named Andy. He liked pulling people’s hair and taking their handbags. One day he was swinging on his favorite tree branch when his nose fell off. He didn’t see his nose fall off and he swung on the tree branches back home.
The next day he was brushing his teeth in front of the mirror when he saw that he didn’t have a nose.  Andy looked everywhere in his house but he couldn’t find his nose. Later that day he went back to his favorite tree. He saw something looking………moldy………... on the ground. He swung off the tree and onto the ground to pick up the item. …….... 'Ha ha ha its my nose'. …...…….He was happy he had found his nose.

Friday, 17 November 2017

My study-ladder report 17 November 2017


My Study ladder Progress Report 17 November 2017

This is My Room



I have 27,347 points.

I have 4,075 dollars.

I am good at doing. Science

I am learning to be good at Division and multiplication.

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Manaiakalani Film Festival report




Yesterday we went to Hoyts in Sylvia Park to watch the movies. There were lots of movies at the film Festival. I liked the dog movie I thought it was very funny and interesting.When all the movies finished we walked out of the cinema and went back to the van to drive back to school.   











Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Friday, 27 October 2017

''Andy the monkey''



 Hello this is my puppet Andy the monkey. He is a naughty monkey. He has brown fur.
He likes pulling peoples hair and taking handbags.




Friday, 20 October 2017

Moving to the new class



Yesterday we moved into our new classroom.



We first picked up our trays and walked to the new room. We removed the plastics from the chairs and cupboards.





Then we worked together to move the chairs and tables around.



I am happy to be in the new building.


Thursday, 14 September 2017

Celebrating Maori language week



This article is about the Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori who were
Celebrating Maori Language week in new Zealand and on  Thursday, September 14,  which marks the day in 1972 that the Māori Language Petition was delivered to Parliament.