Monday, December 12, 2011

Year 8 Role Model.

I am looking forward to being a year 8 to support the whole school. Helping teachers around the school and following the Point England way. This year was not a good start to being a role model. I have broken the school rules not once but over and again. I have learnt my lesson so I am looking forward to being a sensible person and care for others. Me and my friends have decided to join in several sports like Rugby, Netball, Touch, and many more. I will be responsible around the little kids and help them in any way I can. I also hope it is going to be an exciting year since it is our last.

The year 8’s now have really been a good role models, l and have helped many year 7’s know why it is good to follow in their foot steps. Paulitia has been a good friend and has helped me control my attitude towards teachers and students. I have really learnt how to act in front of teachers and students with the help of Paulitia.

What makes a good role model?

Helping others and taking charge of your own actions. Following the Point England way by not breaking the school rules.

Who is someone in year 8 that has been a good role model.

Paulitia has been a good role model because she has helped me through this year and some day I hope I can follow her and became a leader of this school.

Friday, December 9, 2011

Prize Giving

Yesterday was a day of stress. Teachers are running around helping kids get ready for the year 5,6,7, and 8 prize giving. There is two prize givings held at our school hall. Parents are seated and children making their way to there seat I tried looking for my sister. As I found my sister my family was seated to watch my sister doing her item. Our prize giving was at 7:00pm as I got home I went straight for a shower and something to eat before it started.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Athletics day.

ATHLETICS!! Wow what will my parents think if I rip my news letter all about Athletics?
I can just hear them growling me now. Athletics was a day of sports that many people came to support all there children. So I just gave the letter to my mum and ran away. As my mum call my name I sat in my room for a little while. Clothes I said in a little voice what colour group am I in. That’s right RED, but I did not find any red shorts so I grabbed my green shorts and ran out the door. Making my way to school I saw people walking around in house colours so I ran to the street and saw many of my friends.

Pharrah, and Pesi came to me and started talking about how excited and what people thought of what they were wearing. Off to the toilet to get changed I noticed Tina actually came for athletics. I as entered the street in green shorts people said are you in Matatua. I responded with NO I am in Te Aroha. Making our way to the field I was wondering who out of my family would come and support me and my sister. As we head to our first rotation I saw my aunty and cusin’s walking down the side path. Finally some one came! enjoying the first rotation I tried soft ball throw. I came 3rd and then eventually people came in places before me so I just left.

Moving on to the next rotation made me a bit nervous, but I just carried on doing the activity’s.