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Monday, 30 April 2018

The Baby-Sitters Club #10 Logan Likes Mary Anne


 I was chosen to receive a Duffy book because I had read in the holidays. 

 I had remembered an old saying and it was "Never judge a book by its cover." 


After thinking about that I read the blurb on the back of the book and it said, "It used to be that Mary Anne (character) had to wear her hair in braids and ask her dad before she did anything, but not anymore. Mary Anne has been growing up ... and the Baby-sitters Club members aren't the only ones who've noticed.

Logan Bruno (character) like Mary Anne! He has a dreamy southern accent, he's awfully cute --- and he wants  to join the Baby-sitters Club.


The Baby-sitters aren't sure Logan will make a good club club member and Mary Anne thinks she's  too shy for Logan. Life in the Baby-sitters Club has never been this 

complicated------ or this fun!"

 It sounded very interesting so I chose it.

Please remember this old saying when you choose a book.


Tuesday, 10 April 2018

New Zealand Takes Silver πŸ₯ˆπŸ…

  (Women Cyclists) New Zealand's first silver medal went to the women who conquered  and represented our country in the cycling competition. Bryony Botha, Rushlee Buchanan, Kirstie James and Raquel Sheath initially kept pace with the Australian quartet, but then fell behind after a while.

Earlier the Australians had set a scorching new time, 4 minutes and 17.218 seconds, this score allowed them to qualify for 1st place. 

(Men Cyclists) The men's cycling team set a new Commonwealth record to qualify first for the gold medal final against England. Their time of 42.822 broke the record of 43.181 previously set by New Zealand in Glasgow. 


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Wednesday, 28 March 2018

What It Takes To Be A Cybersmart LearnerπŸ˜„πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜πŸ˜Š

Step 1: Use your Chromebooks or any other device to learn faster and always be in the right place, at the right time, with the right attitude. Source: About Cybersmart Learning

2: Remember what ever you post online it'll be there for ever and everyone in the whole entire world can see it. Source: Smart Footprint

3: Be mindful when you are agreeing to terms and conditions and be aware of copyright laws. Source: Smart and Legal

4: You need to know how to construct your online media and know how to verify online information. Source: Smart Media

5: Know what to do when an inappropriate site pops up and also become efficient at searching and making smart judgmentsSource: Smart Surfing



Friday, 16 March 2018

River TalksπŸŽ‰πŸ˜€

Yesterday at approximately 12:30pm half of Room 12 and all of Room 10 went on a school walk. We went to Glen Innes Omaru River. We learnt a lot about the Omaru River and how and what we need to do to keep it safe. During the river talks we saw a Cook Island performance and it was performed by a young girl.

After the event was completed one of Saint Heliers' teachers stood up and thanked the people for what they had done. After the lady had finished speaking she lead the school into a waiata (song).

When the lady  finished I was put on the spot.  I stood up and said something. I was shaking because it was freaky. When I had finished speaking I lead Ruapotaka into a song.

Wednesday, 28 February 2018

WOW!πŸŽ†πŸŽ‰


At precisely 1:32pm Room 10 held their the second syndicate assembly for Term 1 2018.

There was a dance battle. The first two classes were Rooms 9 and 10. The winner had to go up against Room 12. The battles were very funny because of the tricks they were doing. Like the cowboy dance, robots and a dance that I have never seen before.

In the end Room 10 ended up winning.

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Get To Know Me πŸŽ‰πŸŽ†πŸ˜€

My name is Katrina and I’m a year 8 student who currently attends Ruapotaka School and this is who I am. At school I have a considerable role because, I’m the head prefect of Ruapotaka School. Being a head prefect means I have to take on more responsibilities than the other 5 prefects combined. I, as head prefect, have to be an excellent role model to all students at Ruapotaka. I also have to make sure the other prefects are in shape and that they are doing their personal jobs properly. This year is probably going to be very sad because it is my last year as head prefect at Ruapotaka School.
In my family there are eight children and I’m the third eldest. I have six brothers and two sisters.  I’m half Maori, quarter Cook Islander and also quarter  Pakeha. I was born in New Zealand. My mother is Maori and my father is Cook Islander and Pakeha.

I like watching television and frequently cooking. Sometimes I cook things like noodles, mashed potatoes, and mince. My mother makes sure I’m always being watched.

My physical features include me being taller than my own age. My eyes are brown but when I cry they turn hazel.

I hope you’ve learnt a lot about me.

Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Becoming Head Prefect πŸŽ†πŸŽ‰



 Earlier on this term I became head prefect followed by having 4 new prefects, thanks to my principal Mrs Vickers.


Being a head prefect means I have to take on more responsibilities than the other 5 prefects combined. I, as head prefect, have to be an excellent role model to all students at Ruapotaka. I also have to make sure the other prefects are in shape and that they are doing their personal jobs properly. This year is probably going to be very sad because it is my last year as head prefect at Ruapotaka School.

At first it was hard for me to take in, but later on that day I told my mum what had happened and she was very proud of me, so that made my job easy because now I know I'll always have her by my side.