Thursday, 17 September 2020

Facts of Saint piusX

 Saint Pius X

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Our school is named after St Pius X. Giuseppe Melchior Sarto was the name he was born with. He was born in Riese Pio X, Italy, on June 2, 1835. 

His motto is “Restore all things in Christ.” He studied at the university of Padua. He was ordained priest on 18 September 1858. He helped the sick during the plague.

On the 4th of August 1903 he was elected pope and he chose to be called Saint Pius X. He was an Italian pope from 1903 to 1914. 

In 1914, the pope fell ill on the Feast of the Assumption of Mary (15 August 1914), an illness from which he would not recover. He died August 20, 1914. 

In 1954 he was recognized as a Saint.

Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Solomon Don't waste the water.

 School Journal Part 3,  Number 3,  1999

Don’t waste the water. 

By Jill Macgregor

Learning Intention. 

W.A.L.T. To think about what we are reading and find reasons in the written text. 

    1. Find the meanings of the following words in the text.

  • Scarce-       hard to find.

  • Conch-        shell trumpet.

  • Expedition- it's a long journey.

  • Winding-     turning.

  •  Vehicles-    it's something to drive in.

  • Lagoon-      a large pool of sea water                     

  •  Brackish-    sea salt.       separated.        

  •  Supply-       make (something needed                        wanted.

  • Notch-          available to someone; provide.

  • Drought-      long period of low lead rainfall,                  

                      to a shortage of water.



     2. List the 3 types of water that are      named in the text. 

  • river,

  • sea,

  • rain.

3. Give 5 uses for each type of water.

  •     Scaling fish, 

  • Scrubbing breadfruit,

  • Washing         

  •     Vegetables.

4. Write down the reasons why you think water is so important on the island of Manono. (7 reasons) 

  • To clean your skin to get the bugs off,

  • To boil it and drink it,

  • Use it for bath,

  • To put out fire,4for washing our clothes,

  • For splashing it to have fun,

  • To give it to our pets so they can’t be thirsty,

  • To fill the bowl with water and put a fish inside.   

Thursday, 18 June 2020


New Zealand Animal ReportSea snake.By Solomon Tutia
INTRODUCTIONMy sea animal has a long body and a poisonous bite and seems to be having a smile and some and this may look like an eel but it's not. They live in holes and can be big or small. There are 60 sea snakes out there and their food is fish and eels but they fight eels and it can be eaten by eels and large predators and sea eagles and maybe crocodiles and sharks. Sea snakes are not afraid of it the sharks 
It looks like an eel but it's a sea snake. It can grow 2 meters long and has a poisonous bite. Their colors are black or red or grey or white or blue.
My sea snake lives in holes.  They live in the sand in the sea and they live in little caves in the sea.
The sea snakes predator is large ones  eels sharks maybe crocodile.
My sea snake eat fish and eel it gets its food in the water too
My sea snake can give birth to 34 babies and they live for 10 years. It hatches an egg and the baby comes out to eat meat so it can grow bigger and when it's big it can be married.
The average Sea snake grows to about 2 meters long and has a smallish head for its body size. 
Their tails are flattened to make fast swimming possible and flaps over their nostrils close when they are underwater. 
Sea snakes are very poisonous. The most poisonous one is the Beaked Sea Snake


Thursday, 11 June 2020

Tuesday, 5 May 2020


I did our Maths really, really fast and I really liked it.  I learnt that if the times table get switched around they can still have the same answer. Next time I will try harder with my times tables to make sure I can get the answers faster. Keep trying to get the best results! Thank you teacher.

Monday, 4 May 2020


Finally have caught up with my Maths homework. We had a lot to learn. We found this a bit hard to do. But I got better and better at it by practising more and learning more. The division part was hard for me but the times table is easy for me. Thank you teacher for my Maths.


Today I finished my RE work with my brother. I did my Mixing and Matching activity.
I answered the questions about Jesus. I learnt a lot about Jesus and his disciples.
This was a fun activity to do to learn more about Jesus after he rose from the dead.


Jesus prepared his disciples to go and (c)
We are disciples of Jesus who (e)
It is through the power of the Holy Spirit (d)
The good News brings people hope (a)
The good News for creation means taking (b)

During hard times in their lives 
Care of every part of it 
Share his message of love with the world 
That people bring the good news to others today 
Have to spread the Good news with all creation today

What were Jesus last words to his disciples and what did he want them to do? 
Jesus last words was Follow me and he wanted his disciples to take care of hi sheep

How do you carry out Jesus' last words as one of his disciples today? 
We have to follow his footsteps. He wants us to be kind to one another.
He wants us to share and to have peace in our lives. 

Name 3 pieces of good news for people Jesus raised in 3 days  
Jesus is alive 
Jesus says peace be with you
Jesus tells his disciples to follow him

Name 3 actions that people of your age can do that are good news for the planet, the earth of our home.
Pick up rubbish to make our earth clean 
Be kind to each other 
Never put plastic in the sea because the animals will die

Share 2 examples about how you share the good news 
Tell your friends about Jesus 
Share with family about the good news of Jesus

Which activity do you think helped you to learn best in this resource?
Questions activity