Thursday, September 22, 2011

Christian's Bio Poem


Christian

Angry happy sad hungry

Brother of Tala Kohu, Nui, Ani and son of Paul Katrina

Lover of pies chips grapes

Who feels thirsty mad sorry for lonely people

Who wants to fly planes drive cars play rugby

Who gives smiles chocolate lolly’s

Who fears spiders bears snakes

Who would like cake house a bath room

Who comes from Otorohanga in New Zealand

HUGES REHU

Bio Poems

Leah

Lovely helpful artist playful

Sister of DJ, Jack and Eli and daughter of Stacey and David

Lover of animals’ Chocolate cake monarch butterfly

Who feels for poor people happy when New Zealand wins

Who needs energy to run to have parents to look after me, who gives presents

To your friends, money to the poor and smiles

Who fears home work, girls and pool changing rooms I would like to share fruit with my friends

Who comes from Napier Otorohanga way.

Boyd

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Cooking is fun!

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Cooking healthy brownies with Jen

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We loved cooking with Jen. We made healthy brownies with less sugar and no butter. The brownies tasted just like the normal brownies. They were delicious.they were nice and soft.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Preparing for our big speech day.

The last couple of weeks flew by and the Senior Room is all set for the Speech day. We've been working really hard to fine tune our speeches. I have been very impressed by Jordan and Leah who have put in a lot of hard work. I'm looking forward to see Kohu's final product, it promises to be out of this world! Christian is getting into the world cup spirit with a very interesting speech about the history of rugby.

Cassie and Lachlan are sharing thoughts on their calves and Leah and Henare will be talking about cats. Tyla decided that she wants to prepare us for Halloween with a scary speech about ghosts, it promises to send shivers down your spine.

Ngutunui school has high standards and I know that the Senior room will deliver.

Go Seniors!!