The Bridge is a poem by Joey Cowley.
We have written our own poems to share how we too can be a bridge
For our Emily Backpack work we needed to make a web diagram showing our friends and family’s relationships, Here’s our finished work.
This represents the people who affected our lives positively or negatively the positive is more closer to us and the negative is more on the outside.
Have you ever seen a whole school entertaining themselves and others by playing so mokolo I think not but, the whole of Saint Patrick School and others were invited to a live ballet performance called Ballet in a Box, I was going there with an open mind thinking it would just be meh but we were lucky we got invited cause the show was amazing the ballet the lights the costume and the music was top notch and I can tell my friends were thinking the same it was that good.
The First performance was Classical Ballet it was about 2 lovers at a flower festival there was more depth to it but I don’t really remember.
The Second performance was Contemporary Ballet a month ago we were taught a bit of the dance the stage also had music from a New Zealand Band.
The Third was a Guy doing Contemporary and a Girl doing Classical Ballet at the same time but what really surprised me is someone said switch then they swapped styles that was pretty unique.
The Last but not least was called Mahina it was about 2 lovers realizing some of our actions would hurt our earth.
I really loved the Ballet and I would die to come for another performance in the future.
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For our R.E we made a Google Drawing about the Sacrament of Marriage and how it’s a cycle. I interpreted the Marriage cycle as an apple tree since it will grow an apple then the seeds from the apple will grow another apple tree making an infinite cycle of trees like the cycle of marriage, As a class we had to make it have 11 steps and it had to be an infinite cycle but I left one of the steps out since it wouldn’t fit my creation, It was interesting looking at my fellow classmates on how they interpreted it most of them used things shaped like a circle cause a cycle is usually created as a circle but the ideas for the non-circle ones were really unique, Thanks for reading Bye
This year for Tongan Language Week, Our Teacher wanted us to make a Tapa Cloth which is a barkcloth made primarily in Tonga.
This was me and my friends Tapa Cloth we made. Each person had to make a unique pattern to fill in all 6 slots.
I can’t stress enough how important this is,
But you’re probably asking what is Meningococcal B? Well I’m the perfect person to ask! Meningococcal B is an uncommon but serious infection caused by the Bacteria Neisseria Meningitidis. It does serious damage to the body causing Limb Removal, Brain Damage and Deafness.
Babies, toddlers under 5 and teens are the most at risk group to be affected by Meningococcal B. If you live in a crowded household or working in a crowded environment you could also be at risk.
How does it Spread? Meningococcal B transfers through sharing saliva by sharing drinks, food, utensils, kissing and even TOOTHBRUSHES so be warned. Sneezing and Coughing over someone also doesn’t help.
Now How do we prevent it? We can prevent it by wearing a mask when in public, covering your mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing, Get your own toothbrush and not share food, drink or utensils with anyone!