Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Why I should be principal for the day.  

Why I should be principal.

Firstly I should be principal. Because I am kind, helpful and generous. But I wouldn’t always be nice because if I hear people have been bullying I will give them a warning or suspend them.

What I would do If I was principal.

Secondly I would go to each class and make sure they’re getting a good education. If they are not listening I would talk to them and try to convince them to try their best.

How I could make the school a better place.

Thirdly If kids are not learning I would come in and help them. I would make a safer play ground for kids so they don’t get hurt and break their bones.

This is why I think I should be Principal.

Thursday, July 6, 2017


Q. What does the cerebellum do?

  1. The cerebellum receives information from the sensory systems the spinal cord and other parts of the brain and regulates motor movements.

Q. What does the parietal lobe do to help your brain?

  1. The parietal lobes can be divided into functional regions.

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Q. How is a sheep brain different to a human brain?

  1. There are a few differences between the human and sheep brain. The human brain is larger in size and shaped differently when compared to the sheep’s brain.
  2. The human brain of an adult weighs about 1,300 to 1,400 grams and length is almost 15 cm long.

How does Your brain work?

  1. Your Brain  contains billions of nerve cells arranged in patterns that coordinate through, emotion, behavior, movement and sensation.
  2. . A complicated highway system of nerves connects your brain to the rest of your body, so communication can occur in split seconds.

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Ko Wai Au paddle

My Ko Wai Au Paddle

My paddle represents me. My paddle has my creative designs to express my ideas. I also put my culture on it because those are the cultures that I represent My flower represents my Samoan and Rarotongan side and my koru represents my Māori side. I wrote some words down in different languages because I wanted to share my languages with others.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

All About Me

                                      ALL ABOUT ME

Kia ora my name is Itaria I am 10 years old and my favourite sports are Netball, Basketball. Hockey Volleyball, Rugby and Swimming. I am really sporty. I love my family.  I have two dogs I love animals I also have a lot of friends. I am nice and  I like to play a lot of games.  I have a really cool bike. My favourite foods are mac and cheese, Mcdonald's, Butter chicken, Hot chips, chicken wings, shapes, drinks and ice creams and ice blocks.  I like to eat different kinds of food. I like to try out a lot of things and do a lot of jobs for people.

I like to go out downtown because I like to shop and buy things and go to the movies I like running jogging walking sprints and  laps of the field. In the weekend I sometimes sleep at my friends or they sleep at mine. I sometimes go to my friends and play with their pets with them. I am the middle child in my family and I am going to be an aunty soon. One of my dog is called Raven she is a girl and my other one is a boy his name is Papa but they can’t have puppies which is the dumb thing about it.

My culture is Samoa, Maori and Rarotongan. I have six siblings and I like to play minecraft and a whole lot of video games I want to achieve my goals, sports and learning. One thing I am proud of is my family because they give me great advice and they look after me and they put a roof over my head and put food on the table.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

E.O.T.C Week

Last week was EOTC week for pohutukawa syndicate. We spent the whole week doing cool stuff. Wet went to different places,  and we also had a sleepover in the school hall. We started going to lots of cool places were we could learn about different things.

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We first went to Aotea lagoon and played around on the park and the field. Then we had survival day but it was a bit different to the old way we use to do. We did it in classes and did really good activities my favourite was with Miss Breuss Mc Bride her activity was a strategy game. We had groups of four and seven kids in each group and we had to use four pieces of cardboard to get to the other side of the hall and if we touch the ground our whole team had to start all over again.

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We caught the bus into Wellington and went to Te Papa Museum then we caught the bus to Nga Taonga Sound and Vision where we learnt about different places that were there before but they're not there any more. When they made marie’s they would make it with paua shells. When a rhino beetle eats coconut palms it ruins coconut crops also a putatara is a maori instrument which is a conch shell.

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Then we had a sleepover in the school hall Just before that we played activities. Like basketball and another game we you had to throw three tennis balls around the field and once you have finish throwing you run to side and to a burpee and do the same thing to the other side. So when everyone was asleep we had to wake up in the morning and we got 20 minutes to get ready and do boot camp. Then we had to go inside because it started to rain then we did some activities in the school hall and the we caught the bus to the swimming pools and got ready to swim.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Hi my name is Itaria. I go to Rangikura School. I live with my family. I am nearly 10 years old and my favourite sports are rugby and netball. I also have two dogs. I am the fourth youngest in my family.