Thursday, 20 July 2017

today i helped out with my mum and played some games and baking

Today I woke up in a bad mood so I felt like going back to sleep.

When I woke up the second time I had seen my mum cleaning so I made the choice to make my bed.I had lost something in my room so I tried to look for it was then I noticed that my mum was looking tired.She went to have a nap and I decided to help her out and get my little brother ready for the day.

My older brother got ready to go with his friend. Not long after that my little brother and I had to clean and also do the dishes.After the dishes were done we turned on the games and played black opps and Mine-craft.I was getting a bit bored of playing those games so I went to play roblox but not long after I got told to get off.

I was starting to feel a bit hungry so I decided to cook some noodles.

after my noddles my mum them went somewhere to get thing for baking tonight and I was playing sprinter and then so they came back from the shop and then we had to bake a banana cake.

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Winter Learning Journey PURE NZ

I picked Rugby is New Zealand's national sport & New Zealander AJ Hackett invented the Bungy Jump & A tradition Maori greeting - the hongi

  1. Rugby is New Zealand’s national sport. It New Zealand’s national sport. Mostly played by males. Making team mate’s. Team all blacks is our team for New Zealand.                                                                                       
  2. New Zealander AJ Hackett invented the Bungy Jump. It is in Queenstown. AJ Hackett invented Bungy Jump. Hamilton jet boat and the bungy jump are one of New Zealand’s famous inventions we got in NZ.
  3. A tradition Maori greeting - the hongi. Maori people. Travelled thousands of miles in canoes or waka. Maoris first people of aotearoa NZ. maori culture. Plays a big roll in NZ national identity   


  1. 600 Years Ago Rangitoto Island volcano was the youngest in NZ.
  2. Rangitoto neighbour is Motutapu.
  3. Rangitoto Island is known for its contrasting rugged lava terrain and abundant native plant life. It has the largest pōhutukawa forest in the world, and is a safe haven for endangered native birds.

Karekare Beach Auckland

  1. It’s Auckland’s most spectacular beaches and there is wilderness areas.
  2. Swimming people are only to swim between the flags.
  3. In 1993 heaps of people talked about the beautiful black sand.
Karekare has some of New Zealand’s finest painters.

what i had did today

Today i was sleeping and at 9 O'clock a.m. i wake up saw my my brothers come back from somewhere i asked my mum where they went to and my mum said they went to the doctor and my mum give me something to eat then my mum had to go to work with my brother Ben at 9.30 O'clock a.m. me and my brothers and my poppy clean all the house then we finish i went no to the game that is ps4 and play gta 5 and fifa 17 then my mum and brother came back at 3.00 O'clock p.m. and my dad came home at 4.00 p.m. with his friend i had good day today

Monday, 10 July 2017

i had rugby league

Today me and my brothers went to the Auckland Niue Rugby League Registration day. We met r my brother ben gets to join in and enjoy representing our culture! Let go Niue! Chehooo. with the chairperson who runs the event,  my Mum signed me, Zack and Ben to register to play in the under 9,11 and 12’s.  The mini mods started at 10am we waited for ben to train with his team mates, then we went to have lunch at kfc before the mods grades starts at 12.30. Last year me and Zack got to play in the Battle of the City Counties Vs Auckland in our grades we won the tournament. This year Let go Niue! Chehooo

Monday, 3 July 2017

Lorenzo Maori Fishing Techniques

Lorenzo Kahukura's Net


Kahukura Net
by Marie Insley


  1. Who was Kahukura?
    Answer -  A chief
  2. How was Kahukura described?
    Answer -he was fair hair like the spirit people of the sea
  3. What was the dream that Kahukura had over and over?
    Answer - seashore
  4. What had Kahukura never seen before?
    Answer - net
  5. What was the net made out of?
    Answer - flex
  6. How come the spirit people left their net behind?
    Answer - because Kahura was a Terrified man
  7. Why was it good that Kahukura kept the net?
    Answer -  To catch a lot more fish than lines and hooks
  8. What does this Maori myth/legend tell us about fishing?
    Answer - fishing is good.

Lorenzo Wharenui