Monday, 10 April 2017

inquiry presentation

This afternoon we had to go to our hall and look at people tell us about about what they made for the whole of Glenbrae school class by class. There was a class with jello,chocolate fish,gummy worm,a real leaf so some of guys ate little of the jello and we ate the chocolate fish there was question to answer but it was easy to answer so i went to a different actives the class i went to was room 10. Our special word for this term is sustainability

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

happy new year

This week we read Happy New Year by Adrienne Frater. in this story it is about this girl having her happy new year and they want on a trip to a land like the great barrier but there was a fire ban. at midnight  someone had i bonfires at the land the fire spread to different area then it went big 40 firefighter and 3 helicopter had to put out the fire.

Friday, 24 March 2017

Plastic bags

Image result for plastic bags

  • Plastic bags can be useful and not useful
  • Some animals dead tangled in plastic stuffs
  • 160,000 plastic bags are used globally every second! 5 trillion plastic bags are produced yearly. Side by side, they can encircle the world 7 times.
  • Plastic bags can  kill sea animais.
  • The boat are leaving oil in the sea and sea animal are deadening

Thursday, 16 March 2017

how can you look after your healthy

We need to eat healthy food to stay strong. We can eat healthy by having a balanced diet. You should eat fruit and vegetables because they give you vitamins and minerals. You need vegetables that can help you grow muscle and energy.You should mostly eat healthy food but you can have some treats like a pie or fast food - just not all the time.

You can’t live without water even one week you can live without eating for a while, but you can’t live without drinking. If you don’t drink you will get dehydrated and you will feel sleepy and will have no energy.

One more thing it is good to join a sport so we can be fit and healthy. My favourite sport is netball one more question is what is your favourite sport?   

Friday, 10 February 2017

All About Me

All about me
Hi my name is Winnie and i’m 11 year old
I’m a tongan and i’m a year seven, I have two
More year before i go to college My teacher’s
Name is Miss one (she is nice and cool
And i’m like to have a teacher like that)
I got two sister my sister who died her
Name was elizabeth  and the other one
Is Ana but her real name is Nia.

My brother is Mafoa this year he
Went to college Last year he was
About to go to college now he is
In college next it is me When i go
to college it will be the last year
Of college for my older sister
I got my mum and a grandma
and my family have my back
Image result for glenbrae school winnie


treaty of waitangi

Explanation: Why do we learn about the Treaty of Waitangi at school?

It is important to learn about the Treaty of Waitangi at school. The Treaty of Waitangi is an important part of New Zealand’s history, so it is something we should learn about and follow in the future. Once they have learnt about the treaty, the children can teach it to others.
The Treaty of Waitangi is an important part of New Zealand’s history because it is the treaty that was signed by the Maori and British. We celebrate Waitangi day on the 6th of February each year.  The treaty was a contract between the British and Maori and it is one of the most important documents in New Zealand.

We need to learn about the treaty at school because we need to respect it. It is really important to New Zealand because it is our treaty that we have agreed to. In the past the treaty hasn’t been respected, but the future is now and we learning to respect the treaty and follow it.

If we teach the children about the treaty
Of waitangi so when their a parent there
Can teach their children then the children
Well grow up and tell the treaty of waitangi.