Friday, 9 April 2021

Report on Lions

Introduction The lion (panthera leo) is a large mammal of the Freddie cat family. Some large males weigh over 250kg. Lion females weigh over 270 to 400 pounds. Habbiet: Where lions live Lions live in Africa. Nearly all wild Lions live in Africa and the Sahara Desert and in Asia. Lions are adapted for life in grasslands and mix areas with trees and grass. 

 Diet: What Lions like to eat Lions are carnivores means that they are the only animals that eat meat. Their favourite meat is pork( means pig) Some prey that they catch is birds, hares, turture, mice and lizards , wild hogs and also wild dogs and many other animals. 

 Interesting facts about lions Lions can run up 50 miles per hour. A lion's roar is the loudest of any big cat and can be heard up to 80km away. Lions tend to be nocturnal, doing most of their hunting after dusk when it's cooler.Lions enjoy relaxing and lazing around. They spend between 16 and 20 hours each day resting and sleeping. 

 More interesting fact about lions A group, or pride, can be up to 30 lions, depending on how much food and water is available. Female lions are the main hunters. Lions scent mark their territory, using their wee, to create a border. Lions are afraid of large mammals, giraffes, hippos, and elephants, but they are also afraid of their everyday prey. Every time a hunt takes place, their prey animals are going to try their best to resist. 

 From: Estherose

Friday, 19 March 2021

St Patrick's Day

 St Patrick’s Day

On Wednesday the 17th of March 2021  we had our St Patrick’s day no parents were allowed and other people because it was still cv19 Lv1.   We always wear  green on St Patrick’s   First up. We had our small liturgy  under the canopy with the whole school and teachers. In the Mass we had the house leaders taking the little children up the stairs taking stuff, like the Holy Bible, and a picture of St Patrick’s, shamrock, and the last one is the song of St Patrick. After that we had the gospel reading that was about Patrick chasing away the bad influence(snakes) in the ocean. After we had prayers of the faithful we had finished the mass.  

Then we went back to class to get changed in our PE gear for our fun activities for the day. After our morning tea we went under the canopy. The whole school was going to be sorted out in teams under the canopy. First on our card activities we went to Mrs Agnew. Mrs Agnew's activities  were skipping  rope contests, so what we had to do was skip  5 times and then skip back. Next we went to Mrs Geroge under the big Pohutukawa tree with the red flowers . Mr George’s activity was a two legged race, you have to partner with someone and walk with them and go back and the nexts one goes.

Then it was Mr Bell’s active ki orahi on the field of golden child.  After that game we went to Miss Kyle’s game on the top court. Her game was about  numbers.How you play numbers is you to shoot the ball in your hoop. The last game was Sister Evalesi game under the canopy , Sister Evlaesi game was bowling, you have to roll the ball and knock out the pins.

After all the fun tiring  activities all the teams came down under the canopy. We had our cold ice blocks to eat. Then Mrs Bullot was counting up the points while we were eating. Then Mrs Bullot announced the winners. The team that won in first place was my team. So after that we had our lunch time. After lunch time in the afternoon we just relaxed.. 

Friday, 26 February 2021

Time table


I found my 10xs time tables was so easy. So next  week I want to challenge myself  really hard on my 12xs times table.

Friday, 19 February 2021

DLO about Ash Wednesday- Estherose

 DLO explaining how & why Ash Wednesday is important to our people.

On Ash Wednesday it is the start of Lent. Ash Wednesday is a Christian holy day when we fast or give up something, and pray to God. Easter celebrates the resurrection of Jesus after his death on the cross.Jesus fasted for 40 days and 40 nights without food or water.On Ash Wednesday Catholics are not allowed to eat meat on this day and on Fridays. As the Priest applies the person’s forehead he speaks in his words,’ Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.’ Ash Wednesday is in the Bible. Ash Wednesday is often done in the church.