Friday, 17 March 2017

Learning About Waterways In NZ

Yesterday my class and I were supposed to go to the swimming pool but we end up going to Pakuranga Sailing Club at Farm Cove Beach because a lot of us didn’t bring our swimming togs.

We want there by the big and flash Toyota Van and Nicola my teacher drove us there as well.
While my teacher was driving the van Matthew, Kyi Kyaw and I was talking to each other and there was no music on because Nicola didn’t turn on the radio. I was pretty sad because I love to listen to music but at least I talk with my friends.

We then made it to the beach and we all got out of the van.
We then started walking while looking at different boats, beautiful houses, some guys fishing and the sea!
We then walked to the beach and saw some rubbish on the beach and pick them up because we need to keep our waterways clean and tidy. We also throw them in the bins as well. It was low tide which means there was not much water in the sea and walk on the sand while looking at the seagulls flying around the sea. It was so beautiful and I felt like I was Moana. I then started singing ‘How Far I'll Go’ by the disney movie Moana in my head because I didn’t want anyone to hear me sing, I then walked back to my class and walked off to the park near the beach.
My class and I then played Snakes and Ladders which was fun. There was slides which was the snakes and ladders. We then have to go back to school because it was almost time for us to go home. We then want back and had our lunch and had an awesome day at the beach!


Friday, 10 March 2017

Lets Make Our Waterways Clean!

On Friday the 10 of March 2017.

We looked at different waterways and places near our school, neighbourhood and other places.
We talked about keeping our waterways clean and tidy. Most people never put their rubbish in the bins. They mostly just leave their rubbish near the beaches, river, lakes, waterfalls and even at schools.
My class and I want to tell everyone it's not ok to leave their rubbish near the ocean, river and even forest because animals have to walk, swim or eat through our rubbish. It’s not ok for animals walking, eating or even swimming through our rubbish we leave for them.  We need to keep our ocean and forest clean for animals to walk, swim and not for them to eat because some can die or even get sick from our rubbish.
We all have to pick up our rubbish and put them in the bins or even recycle and make instruments,
jewellery or many things you can make out of our rubbish!
So, What you going to do? Leave our waterways and forest dirty or? Are you going to put your rubbish in the bins? File:Ulva Island rainforest. ...File:On the Clutha River at ...

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

New year new me

Malo E Lelei everyone,

IMG_3462.JPGMy name is Mina and welcome to my blog. This year I am the new Manaiakalani Ambassador. It was pretty scary at first but after I had presented at the visitors day in Term one I was more confident. All of my family came to watch me and support me. I have been blogging for 3 years and I love sharing on my blog. I am going to try hard to be the best Ambassador for Sommerville.