In class we had to write a Maori pepeha. I wrote mine in Cook Island Maori because that's my culture.
Tera pa-ia I te Uru Awatea
Te tahirihiri-ra it te motu o Arai-Ava
Kia orana tatou katotoa
ite aroa maa'ta o to tatou Atu, Iesu Mesia
Ko Stephen Haydon taku papa
Ko Jane Rairi Matangi taku mama
Nga maunga Te-Manga me Ikurangi
Ko Moanui-O-kiwi taku moana
Ko Allessandra Eden Toreka Haydon taku ingoa.
Friday, 12 April 2019
In Rm 5 we have been working on Growth Mindset. Mrs Drummond gave us different parts of a sheet and put them together to make a brain that says Growth Mindset. On the sheets we wrote what we were struggling with. We never give up and keep trying. We had so much fun doing it and colouring part of the brain. We put them together to make a brain and displayed it in our class.
Wednesday, 3 April 2019
Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu
Peace, Mercy and Blessings of God be upon you
An invitation to join Zayed College for Girls in Peace and Unity. This is one of the schools my mum works in.
In the Entrance of the hall was a Wall of Hope where we could leave messages In Peace and Unity
My cousin Seihara and I left messages of blessings and comfort
|Me and Seihara will be on 3 news tonight|
Wednesday, 27 March 2019
|Intermediate Girls- Team Kakariki |
Katana | Emma-Jade | Nevajah | Kahukura | Zabella | Allessandra
Monday, 25 March 2019
BLUES vs. HIGHLANDERS
On Friday me and mum went to the Blues vs. Highlanders game at Eden Park. Mum had to work and I helped her! My job was to count all the passengers in our van, mum drove them to and from the game. We met Matt, Juan, Estefania and mama Alicia at the game. It was mama Alicia's first time at a rugby game and the Blues won!!! Mama Alicia must be a lucky charm for the Blues!
Congratulations to Aunty Julie & Uncle Roy
While in Rarotonga for my Papa Ra's funeral my Aunty Julie married her partner of over 20 years Uncle Roy. Papa Ra was suppose to give Aunty Julie away but because he died my mum's brother Uncle Poanere stepped in and did the honors.
On February 24th 2019 my Grandpa Papa Ra passed away. I went to Rarotonga to pay my respects and say my last goodbyes to my Papa Ra. Everybody in Rarotonga knew my Papa Ra because he was a teacher, principal, member of parliament and broadcaster. He loved all his grandchildren the most!
Moe ra e taku Papa
Moe ra e moemoe ra
Ka tuku au to rima
Ki runga ite Atua
Nahana koe e tiaki
Nahana koe tauturu
E moemoe ra
💕 I'll miss you my Papa Ra