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Thursday, 29 December 2016

Day 9 10

9th Day
How many people are in your family?5
Do you have any brothers or sisters?one sister and one brother

What are their names?Lydia,Henare
If i lived in a large family
Things i like:To know there's always someone to talk to we would have big dinners every night.
I don't like:The annoying brothers and sisters sometimes it being crowded won't like sharing that much.
  1. What is your name? Serenity
  2. Where were you born? GI,New Zealand
  3. How many siblings do you have? 2
  4. What is your favorite thing about living in New Zealand? Being Maori
  5. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?Japan Why?To try and find some anime figures.
10th Day
Schools Germany or My school
What is similar? First class,
What is different?The Time,Break

  1. The name of your favorite subject?English
  2. Why it is your favorite subject?Im good at it,Like learning English
School Diary:
  A Day in my
                    school life
              9:10-10:00 | Asimble
                10:00-10:20|Break
                 10:20-10:30|Math
                 10:30-11:00|Putaiao            
                 11:00-11:30| Tikanga a iwi
                   11:30-1:00|Toi              
                     1:00-1:30|Break   
                     1:30-2:00|Read
                     2:00-2:40|Write
                     2:40-2:45|Clean up
                     2:45-3:00|Pray

                                             

1 comments:

Rachel Williamson said...

Hi Serenity,

Wow, you are a blogging superstar! Way to go! I am really enjoying your posts. Today's post is particularly interesting for me as I have never had the opportunity to go to a kura and I always wondered what your school day was like at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori O Puau Te Moananui a Kiwa.

My son, Aronui, is part Maori and part Canadian. I am Canadian and his dad is Maori (Tainui from Ngaruawahia). Aronui is very proud to be both Maori and Canadian. He is particularly proud of his name and he often likes to read stories about Ranginui and Papatuanuku because they make reference to the ketes, one of which is kete-Aronui.

Aronui is currently learning Te Reo Maori but he does go to a mainstream English school. I will definitely share your blogs with him and show him what it is like to go to a special kura. He will be fascinated!

I hope that you and your brothers and sisters are all enjoying your holiday and the break from school. I am so proud of you for practicing your reading and writing skills over the holiday. It's wonderful!

Please keep up the great work. I am learning so much from reading your blog!

All the best to you and whanau for a happy and safe start to 2017.

Cheers,

Rachel :)

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