Friday, 4 December 2015

Sea Rips

Have you ever thought about what you are going to do in a Sea Rip.
Sea Rips can happen Anywhere at Anytime in Oceans, Seas and Large Lakes.

A Sea Rip is one of the most DANGEROUS! things you could be in.
You have to make sure you stay in your parents or the lifeguards site.
Never try to fight the rip because no matter how much you try your only going to get sucked up even more into  the neck of the rip.

Sea Rips are extremely STRONG!.  They are stronger than Tornadoes and Hurricanes. A Sea Rip can carry you more than 100 meters less than 60 seconds.

If you don't know how to swim or don't know how to calm yourself from panicking then it is seriously dangerous for you.


From The One And Only : Queen Kyra-Leiana

Monday, 9 November 2015

The Game Kick

The Game Kick
“OMG, Am I going to miss the big kick”? I am constantly thinking  nervously!!
As I put the ball in the correct position,
  I start to creep back slowly into the field,
listening to the crowd going wild. I can feel my sweat dripping down my face. My heart is
PUMPING that fast it feels like I am missing a beat. I have a terrible feeling I’m going to miss this kick. I aim the ball in the center of the goal post and kick the ball. The audience goes quiet for 10 seconds at least then they all go WILD.
Yipeee I yell while I am going around the audience high fiving them all. HOORAY my team is saying to me over and over. We finally finish the game and I am now on my way home to a well deserved sleep. No doubt I will dream about my game saving kick.

Written By: Kyra-Leiana

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Whainga Ako: Write a story about the DELICIOUS LASNGE.

File:Mexican lasagne closeup,

One bright sunny morning our classroom room eleven ( ruma tekau ma tahi ) made a lasagne for shared lunch. First the class had to sit on the whariki and wait till Miss Cross Gives us a job.

Elga-Jean and Kitahna had to cut the onions and the rest of us had to do the mince. When we done the mince we had to do it until the mince went brown then it was the other person's turn.

While we were doing the mince we put in the onions, tomato paste, brown sugar and the silver beat in with the mince.
While the people were doing the mince all the other people who were waiting for their turn had to go on to their rorohiko and look for a recipe to make a white sauce.

When everything was done we layered it all out until it was time to put it in the oven.  The we waited until it was ready for us to eat.
there were some girls and me that played netball then we had the DELICIOUS lasagne. It was so nice everyone wanted some more but there wasn't enough left so everyone done there dishes and then we got a book and went outside.


Sunday, 3 May 2015

Whainga Ako: write a 300 word essay about what your marae means to you.

Kia ora ko Kyra-leiana toku ingoa
My marae is important because it
means everything to me. Marae has 
always been in my mind.My marae is 
special to me because it is the one 
place where I can meet my 
whanau.Marae are so beautiful and
gorgeous.My marae is important 
because no one can  take it away from 
me. My marae reminds me of people I know that has passed away and people 
I have been missing along long 
time.The marae is like my home but 
old.My marae is the first place that I 
have known ever since I was a 
baby.When I get called into my marae 
I get scared because I dont really know anyone.My marae is important to me because that's where I belong. Ko Puhanga Tohora te maunga,Ko Punakitere te awa,Ko Okorihi te,Ko Ngatokimatawhaorua te waka,Ko
Ngapuhi te iwi,Ko Ngati Ueoneone te 
hapu,Ko Athena raua ko Te Akau Oku 
matua Ko Kyra-leiana toku ingoa.My 
marae is the whare that has been the 
place I would want to live in. My
marae is the whare built for me and 
my whanau that are alive or not. 
Sometimes when I go to a marae the 
people that are there don't know we
are related. My marae is important 
because that's where my tupuna comes 
from and it links me to my 
family. Okorihi is the number one 
marae built for me. At my marae it's 
got the marae then an empty paddock 
and then the cemetery.

Everytime we go to the marae there is always one or two cows out so we go somewhere else. My marae has been burnt down.My marae is the one I 
have known ever since I was born. My 
marae is mine forever.

Ka mate te kāinga tahi, ka ora te 
kāinga rua

When one house dies, a second lives
Historically used when two houses or families are merged due to the unfortunate circumstances of one particular family. However this could 
be used when something good emerges 
from misfortune.

Tangata ako ana i te whare, te 
turanga ki te marae, tau ana
A person who is taught at home, will stand collected on the Marae (meeting house grounds)
A child who is given proper values at home and cherished within his family, 
will not only behave well amongs the 
family but also within society and through out his life.