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Thursday, 30 October 2014

How to be a Successful Point England Student

Do you know how to be a successful Point Englander student? I am going to explain to you why and how to be a successful Point England student. Being a successful student is important to people. It is good to use it wherever you are.

Trying your best- Trying your best means when there is something you can’t handle or can’t do you just have to try your best. For example if the teacher says go and work on your maths and the person thinks they can’t do it he thinks again that he could try his best. Trying your best also means giving 100 percent in everything you do and not giving up.

Using your manners- At school people always use their manners when they are with the teacher or some where else. For example if someone needs a rubber they can just ask like this, May I please use your rubber for a minute.   



Ignoring- Ignore means when somebody says something mean to you, you just ignore it or talk about it. For example if you walk past someone and they swear to you just ignore or tell the teacher on duty. It is important to ignore because if you don’t it will might start a fight.


Conclusion: Strive to succeed

Our school has a song called strive to succeed and I will write it but a little bit. The world is waiting for us to show the seed thats in our soul success is growing deep within our faith has made us bold. That song was written by Mr Jacobson but he is a tall man.

Friday, 24 October 2014

Use my brain, use my heart, I'm going to be cybersmart


Use my Brain, Use my Heart, I’m going to be cyber smart.  Have you ever heard of these special words before? Those special  words are one of our school korero words. I’m going to explain to you what this means in our school.

Use my brain: Use my brain helps me to think about what I say and do to others first. It means thinking ahead. Here is a good example if you have a chain email or a doggy mail screenshot it and send it to the teacher.



Use my heart: When I think about using my heart that means I should do my best at everything that I do.I need to give 100 percent on what I do











Thursday, 23 October 2014

Friday, 17 October 2014

Time in a Week

This week we have been learning about time. We had to work out how much time (minutes) we spent brushing our teeth, at school and watching t.v. Here is my pie graph that shows you how much time I spend on each activity.

Thursday, 16 October 2014

Edgar Degas


My Artist’s name is Edgar Degas. Edgar Degas was born in July 19 1834 in Paris, France. He died in September 27 1917. Edgar Degas grew up in france where his mother was a opera singer and his father was a french banker. Edgar’s parents had money and he was able to go to good schools growing up. His mother died when he was thirteen years old.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

This graph is showing how much time we spent doing these activities. We used examples from children in our class. We used multiplication and addition to work out how many minutes we spent doing each activity. Here is our class example.

Term 4 Holidays - Punctuating a Paragraph


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Here is my paragraph. Look and see where I have put the correct punctuation marks.

“Oh man I don't want to go back to school”. The term holidays flew by so quickly and just when I was having fun. The first week was spent sleeping in, cleaning and doing chores. But the best part was going to Rainbows End for night rides!

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Term 4 Inquiry

Our Inquiry this term is called "Art Attack". Here is my title card and to two questions that I hope to find answers for.



1. Who painted Mona Lisa?

2. What do artists do when they have a mistake on their piece of art.