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Thursday, 19 October 2017

Sun Smart & Melanoma


SLIP, SLOP, SLAP before you seek and slide.
Slip means slip on a shirt, slop means slop on sunscreen, slap means slap on a hat, seek means find shade or shelter.
If your do all 3 you will be safe in the sun.
Make sure you wear long pants, Long sleeve t shirts, and covered shoes, and a hat or an umbrella to protect your whole body.
Making sure you don’t wear a short singlet or else you might get burned or tanned.
Over 350 New Zealanders are dying from skin cancer every year.
You can get melanoma from the hot burning sun.
Skin cancer is the most common cancer that affects New Zealanders.
Melanoma is a skin cancer that can affect your body parts.
Melanoma often starts of with a mole and then it becomes big.
Bob Marley the reggae star died because of melanoma.
If you Slip,Slop,Slap. It will help you to protect yourself from the Hot Sun.

Before you go outside to play on the hot sunny day, You have to think about your skin, If you go outside you might get sun burnt or melanoma. Melanoma is very dangerous, You can die or you can get skin cancer.

When you go outside you have to use the Slip, Slop, Slap before you seek and slide. It can help you to protect yourself from the sun. If you wear short pants, short sleeve t shirt you might get a chance to get melanoma, that way we use Slip Slop Slap.

In New Zealand 350 people are dying because of skin cancer, skin cancer is just like melanoma. Skin cancer is the most common cancer that affect New Zealanders. On day this famous Reggae star Bob Marley died because of melanoma.

If you wear sunscreen and you but it all around your body you will be safe to play outside in the sun.

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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Te Reo


Te Reo
English
Tāmaki Makaurau
Poneke
Kirikiriroa
Ōtautahi
Whakatu
Waitohi or
Waikato
Dunedin
Te Punga o Te Waka a Maui
Waiharakeke
Auckland
Wellington
Hamilton
Christchurch
Nelson
Picton
Waikato
Ōtepoti
Stewart Island
Blenheim

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Monday, 18 September 2017

Recount About Niva from Duffy Assembly

         Recount About Niva from Duffy Assembly

On Monday we had Duffy Role Model Assembly. Our role model was Niva. She came to tell us about how reading is important.  

Niva struggled to work on ready when she was still in school, she told us a catchphrase it goes it cool to read and it cool to achieve. She never gave up on ready she tried her best when she reads, shoe goes to the library with her symbols everyday. Now she is good a read because she never gave up.

Niva has been in the radio industry for 30 year, She was raised up in Invercargill by her samoan parents, she has been working in the radio around Samoa and New Zealand. The 40 year old is currently employed as the afternoon newsleader on newstalk ZB based in Auckland.   

Niva loves to talk and talk, she loves to read. Niva read us a story called Kisses Kisses. It was fun because she read it was excitement and it was funny.  

Apart from chatting non stop, Niva's other hobby is running marathons. To date, she has run six marathons including in New York, Queenstown, Paris and Beirut. Niva Retimanu is a great and happy role model.

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Christchurch In Russell

Christchurch In Russell


On Tuesday 22 August  2017,  the year 7 and 8 student from Glenbrae School visited  Christchurch in Russell as part as our school camp. We went there to learn about the Maori, Tamati Waka Nene, and the British church. This played an important part   

When we arrived in russell we had to go into the Church we learnt about the Christchurch, when we looked at the church there are still bullet holes in the church that the Maori shot. In front of the church it has Tamati Waka Nene grave stone. And we saw Miss Elia our  principal Great great great grandfather’s grave and his name was William Cook.

Once we left the Christchurch we went to the toilet because some people wanted to go toilet. When we finished we had to talk about what we learned in there.

As soon as we finished we had to go back to our campsite to have Morning Tea.  

It was fun having to see the most oldest house in New Zealand, And history about the church and Tamati Wakanene.

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Monday, 14 August 2017

Current Event Quiz Week 4

Sanitarium is trying to stop a small retailer importing a breakfast cereal that has a name similar to Weet-Bix. What is the cereal’s name?
• a. WeetaBix
• b. Sweet-Bix

• c. Weet-Bricks

What I'v learnt from Current Event is that Weet-Bix has a similar name to another cereal called WeetaBix

Thursday, 10 August 2017

How to Cook French Toast

WALT:Use Time Words in our Writing.
The things that are highlighted in Yellow  are the time words.

French Toast
1.Bread
2.Egg
3.¼ cup (60ml) milk
4.Frying pan
5.Spoon
6.Pepper
7.Oil
9.Salt
10.Fork

                                                               Steps

1.First whisk the eggs in a large bowl.
2.When stirring the eggs in the bowl, sprinkle some pepper and salt in the mixture.
3.Preheat a non-stick frypan at medium-high heat.
4.Drizzle some oil in the pan.
5.Then dip each slice of bread in the egg mixture and then turn until both sides are covered
6. Then put the slice of bread into the frypan.
7. Cook for 2-3 minutes each side until golden and brownish.
8. Then take it out of the pan using a fork
9. Place on a plate and enjoy.

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