Friday, February 24, 2012

How to cook karengo

  • wash them carefully
  • Put them in a dish. 
  • put them in the oven for one hour 
  • Put butter and water in it so the karerngo doesn’t get dry.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Prayer Time

We said the sign of the cross and we started our pray. We closed our eyes because we were thinking about God. We sat in a circle and we started our Prayer.

The leader read the pray and after that we said the our father.together  We then closed the prayer with the sign of the cross. After that we blow the leaders blew out the candles in pray time.

I think about God and Christchurch when I pray. I think about the people who don”t have home to live in.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Reflect on the last 3 weeks

In the last three weeks we have learnt how to play soft ball and also how to log in our Google docs and log into our blog.

Friday, February 17, 2012

A Rat called Dog

1. The hooded rat likes to eat bird seed and vegetables.
2. The hooded rat likes to sleep in the daytime.
3. The hooded rat can live for 4 years.

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Netbook Rollout

On Thursday we had a cool day because we had to have a look at our net books together.

Miss G said to open the box carefully and open the net book up. After that Miss G said to take off the sticky tape and we did. We worked on our net books and Miss G said to do our password and to make sure it was around 8 letters and we did it. Some of us had some problems with our net book, one was me and the other was Christopher, he forgot his password and I had some problems on my net book. After that we had some time to play on our net books and it was fun and cool to play on our net books for the first time. Me and my friend had fun and we played games.

It the was fun and cool to get our netbooks. After that the bell rang After that we went home.

Monday, February 13, 2012

Peculiar Person

I’m a most peculiar person,
As almost everyone knows.
I’ve a crown on the top of my head,
And nails grow out of my toes.

I’ve eardrums that help me hear.
And eyeballs that help me see,
And there’s even a mole on the tip of my nose,
Yes, there’s nobody quite like me.

I’ve got ‘mussels’ that grow in my arms and my legs,
And shoulder blades on my back.
I’ve a rib-cage to hold my heart in -
There’s really not much that I lack.

There’s a button that does up my tummy,
And my funny-bone keeps me amused.
When I look at myself in the mirror,
It’s no wonder I feel confused.

I’m a most unusual person,
And even my doctor agrees,
For that’s what he said when he came to examine
The caps that I have on my knees.

And I sometimes get pins and needles,
When it’s raining cats and dogs,
But what else could you really expect,
From a person whole throat’s full of frogs!

Wednesday, February 8, 2012


This week we have been looking at the school Charism. Our school emblem represents things and these are them: The cross represents of our faith, the blue represents the water, the green represents the land the circle represents the sun. Margaret Alyward started our school in 1958 with the Holy Faith Sister's. I have drawn the emblem of St Pius X school.

Friday, February 3, 2012

About Me

family                  I am playing rugby the team Im 
                            playing for Ellerslie Eagles.

hobbies                I am playing rugby

subject                P.E. because I like to play

holiday               in the holiday I went to the pool it 
                          was are hot day and I had fun                                     with my friend