Monday, May 25, 2009

Where's My Keys? - Play

In reading time Red group has been talking about expression, oral presentation and acting. We have put together a play which we have been practising to show our oral language and acting skills.

Who Are St. Pius X Students? - Report

St Pius X school, is full of Catholic's. They have seven classrooms, and they love to learn. They are a bunch of of boys and girls. For a big school, they are full of Tongan's, Samoan's, Maori's Niuean's and Cook Isladnder's.

Some school's wear mufti, some school's wear uniforms. St Pius X school is one of the school's, who wear a uniform. For the girls - white, blouses, a lovely green, red, white, and blue stripey skirts, and a lovely red jumper. During summer, they wear black Roman Sandals and for winter, white socks and black shoes. For the boys - grey shorts, grey t-shirt, grey knee-lengthed socks with two red lines at the top of the socks.

St Pius X students are aged, 5 years, right up to 13 years. Some of the girls are older than the boys. Some children, either boys/ girls can start in any kind of class like, 1,2,3,4 etc... They are not only primary, but intermediate too. They start from years 0 to year 8. Many of the students have a friend, cousin or brother or sister at the school.

There are many students at St. Pius X school, who love to learn. As a Catholic school they go to church for special occasions like the beginning and the end of year/term mass, school jubilee's and many more. The Holy Faith Sisters, were the founders of this Catholic school. The school was opened on the 5th February 1856. Now you know about the school so pop in and say "hi".

By Moli

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Earthquake Terror!!

In our Media Studies class we choose out of a hat a style of movie....I got SHOCKER! We then had to story board the story and get a crew together to make the movie. I felt happy when my movie was finished because then everyone could enjoy the story!!