Thursday, September 4, 2014

Feed The Need

  • What are the main issues associated with the Feed the Need video?
         The main issue is that the Kids in New Zealand is not getting the right nutrition they need to                   survive through out the day and is also suffering to attend schools to get an education. 
  • Who do the issues impact?
       The issue is impact on mostly the kids and especially the parents because they don't have the                  money they need to get their children to school with lunch and having the opportunity to actually            feed them without no worries. 

Monday, December 16, 2013

Thank you for presents

Seeing heaps of sacks full of presents coming into the hall was exciting. My eyes couldn't stop thinking what could be inside the wrap. Shaking it carefully I could hear heaps of stuff inside making noises. I couldn't wait to take it home and open it. Everybody around me were suspicious what they had inside the wrap. So when I got home I ripped my wrap open and inside was a Decorative Birthday Card.

Thank you to the Variety Club , Motat, Johnson and Johnson. I appreciate what you got for me and I really enjoyed it very much. I will always cherish it and treasure it so that I remember you!


Farewell Point England School

First when I started at Point England I was scared and thought no one was my friend. Crying my eyes out I didn't know where I was when I first started.  But when I met my teacher Mrs Lal she really helped me through the day. Also seeing other little kids coming in really put a smile on my face.

Through out the year many teachers had helped my conquer through 8 years at Point England School. I would like to say thank you to all Point England School teachers. You really cared for me and I loved it. Thank you very much!

I have learnt many things and I enjoyed learning new stuff. Also hanging around at school with my friends. Also thank you to Miss King I will miss you next year and I would like to say thank you for helping me make an effort this year.


Friday, December 13, 2013

Reflection Netbook 2013

My Reflection:
For the past 3 years, we have had enjoyed our time on our new netbooks. Learning new things and discovering what we can do on these netbooks. I have enjoyed my time using this new digital. Also making other new things and playing with it. Everytime I log into my netbook it makes me smile and happy.

What I have learnt about on my netbook is to not be rough with it and let it go to waste. Also to keep it nice and good so that it contains at a good level. Also to always leave it where you can see it and not leave it somewhere alse. Make sure you have your NEtbook bag and charger ready to get checked at the end of the year.

A netbook is like a bestfriend to me and I wont leave it by itself all day. Netbooks are like my favorite thing I like to go on when I come to school. Thank you for all the people who made us get netbooks.

Nelson Mandela

Nelson had sadly past away on the 6th December Friday 2013. When Nelson passed away it was a sad day for everyone.

Nelson Mandela was first brought up in a land of sheep and cattle. Nelson was a young man who had many dreams ahead of them, Nelsons catch was "I was born to be free.” Before he was being called Nelson, his name real name was Rolihlahla. But his teacher Miss Mtgine wanted a christian name for him because each student had to have a christian name. After Nelson had finished a conversation with his teacher, his teacher decided to name him ‘Nelson.’

When Nelson was older he achevied his law studies, and had joined the African National Congress (ANC). Nelson Mandela said that the ANC’s task was to unite and build a nation out of the people in South Africa. When South Africa had a new government he was a white man and he never shared the land equally between the South Africans. All the europeans were taking over the land. So this was when Nelson Mandela stood up for himseld and protested peacefully. But all the government did was kill them and through them to prison.

Nelson Mandela was one of those people who was locked in prison for 27 years for refusing the pro-apartheid government. After Nelson was set free, he worked to achieve human rights. Nelson became the First Black President in South Africa. Meaning for all people of South Africa to have freedom for a good future. He was born in 1918 and had spent time in prison from 1962-1990. Now Nelson Mandela will always be in our hearts. Nelson was a big inspiration person to mostly everyone.

Monday, December 9, 2013

Camp Happiness

Putting our bags on the bus ready to go I knew that it will be a long drive so I put my self in place and we were finally off. Feeling excited I couldn’t wait to get there. During the way when we were all in our seats it really smelt disgusting. Looking out through the window the views were amazing. Also eating on the bus was cool.

My first highlight was going to my cabin and settling down. Also seeing all the other kids from other schools was quite surprising. Running to the playground and playing on the swings while laughing at people. On the side of the playground was a small play house it was wobbly and was out of space when I first went in. It was a bit to small for me so I went out and saw people playing on the field laughing and having fun, today was the first day I could ever be happy.

My second highlight was going on the Luge Ride and going on the skyline. The skyline was cool because the view was nice. When I went down on the Luge was hard to control. The luge ride was going super fast and was scary because I nearly crashed into Sesalina. But the funny part was when the lane got more skinnier and the luges were bumping onto the curves and was a bit annoying. Then going up on the chairlift was cool but it was a bit scary whenever it stopped.

But at the end of the day of camp was sad. Everyone didn’t want to go back to school but we had no choice. Thank you Keswick Christian Camp for you lovely food and for letting us have a nice 3 days. THANK YOU KESWICK CHRISTIAN CAMP!

Monday, December 2, 2013


KSSDZ from Team 5 PES on Vimeo.
We made a movie about WHAT A POINT ENGLANDER SHOULD SAY MORE OFTEN! We enjoyed making the movie with the little kids. Thank you for helping us out!