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Monday, 10 June 2019

My Digital Footprint

This is my Digital Footprint. Mrs Collins marked my Digital Footprint and gave me 70% and that means its good and mine was the 2nd best in the class. The first one was Leonie with 76%. As you can see the things that are red are not that good for children minds like World War II and Black Ops 3. I will try to improve my digital footprint by always being aware of what I am doing on the internet.

Thursday, 23 May 2019

Tika,Pono,Aroha

We have been learning about how Jesus respected the tapu (sacredness) of people.

Jesus proclaimed the kingdom of God to the Samaritan woman at the well when he asked for some water but the woman said we are not allowed to talk to each other. He was a Jew and she was a Samaritan and they were enemies in those days. But Jesus did. He shows us aroha (love and compassion) and pono (being true to what you believe in) and tika (doing the right thing). He wasn't afraid and showed us an example of what we can do and how we can treat people.

I show Aroha when I help mum with anything.
I show Pono when I make good choices.
I show Tika when I do something is right.

Tuesday, 14 May 2019

Kindness is a renewable resource



Yesterday in Cybersmart Mrs Collins helped everyone make their own slide about kindness.
We watched Oat the goat and learnt that you should never join the people who are laughing and stand up for the person who is getting teased.

Wednesday, 20 March 2019

St Patrick's Day - by Sonasi

On Monday the 18th of March it was St Patrick's day and our special day to remember an important man. It is a day to be kind to others and help someone if they feel down and our day to celebrate with our parish and school. 
After morning tea we were put into groups to do sports. When we were finished, we had ice blocks and they were very good because it had been a hot day. It was a great way to celebrate St Patrick's Feast day.




Monday, 11 March 2019

All about me!

Malo e lelei. My name is Sonasi and I go to Saint Patricks School. I am Tongan and Samoan. I am 8 years old. In my family I have my Grandma, Grandpa, my brother and sister and my Mum and Dad. I am a really good at maths. I also enjoy playing with my friends. My goal is to be the top student in the class. My challenge is science. In 2019 I am looking forward to Art. My inspiration is a rugby player called Jason Taumalolo...he plays for Tonga. People should come and read my blog because it is going to be really interesting.

Thursday, 22 February 2018

My Birthday

On my birthday I went to the beach with my family.  There were lots of us at the beach because some of my family invited their friends.  

When we got to the beach we swan to the rocks.  The water felt warm at the top and cold at the bottom.  The rocks were sharp and my dad cut his foot on the rocks.

After we came out from swimming we all stood around the table, on the grass, for my birthday cake.  My birthday cake was on the table.  It was chocolate with vanilla on the top and it said Happy Birthday Sonasi in chocolate.  Everyone sang Happy Birthday to me.  My mum gave me a kiss and my gave me a hug.  My birthday cake tasted delicious and choclatey.

After we had eaten my cake we went home because the tide was going out and the beach smelt.  The beach smelt like garbage.  I had an awesome birthday and I had a lovely time.