Monday, 30 October 2017

Information about Scott Base

  • Robert Falcon Scott was a British Navy royal captain and the explorer of “Scott Base”.
  • The Scott Base is a New Zealand Antarctic research facility
  • 20 January 1957; 60 years ago

  • The Scott base is located in the pram Point on Ross Island near Mount Erebus in New Zealand's.
  • Scott base was named after “Robert Falcon Scott”.

Thursday, 26 October 2017

Puberty Story

One of our main topic for term 4 is Puberty, Here is a slid that I made my self, to show use why not to be scared when use hit puberty, Hope you enjoy and learn something new. THANK YOU

Te Reo, Welcome speach

WALT: We are learning to write our own welcome speech in Te Reo  

These are some facts about Karangas

Manuhere is your visitors into the marae.
Karanga has high and nice voices.
Karangas call for other side like from the eastside and southside.
Karangas call to welcome come and bring them to the path.
Karangas call from far away.
Karangas call from far.
There are 3 part of calling, three people call at the same time, but still means that they are calling for them.
1 calls for the spirits and one welcomes them to their path and 1 welcomes them to their land.

Welcome speech

Tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou Glenbrae School  
Nga mihi nui ki a koutou katoa
Ki te atua-tena koe
Ki te kura/whare – tena koe
Ki te hunga mate
Ki te hunga ora
Tēnā koutou katoa

Hello everybody here
warm greetings to everyone
to God – greetings
to mother earth – greetings
to the school/house – greetings
farewell the dead
welcome the living
greetings to all

How to be a Good Role Model

More Information On How To Be A Good Role Model

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
Tāmaki Makaurau
Waitohi or
Te Punga o Te Waka a Maui
Stewart Island

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Tuesday, 19 September 2017

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.


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
3.¼ cup (60ml) milk
4.Frying pan


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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Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Wondering: Jerusalem

This week my class for Reading and Writing has been writing about Wondering. If you don't know what wondering is it when you write something that you want to writ about. If you don't know what Jerusalem is, here are some facts or information about it. I hope you enjoy and learn something new from it. FANGIU😁✌

Friday, 4 August 2017


Today I've learnt lots of new things from maths. I learnt how to write a fraction and how to solve multiplication and division. I learnt how to communicate with other while doing my work. I've learnt how to tell strategist to people. And I learnt how to understand people ideas. I learnt how to make new strategist by listening to other people strategist.


Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Making Chocolate

On Tuesday Me, Miami, Fineasi, Salesi and loto. Had a piping bag with one baking bag, Salesi cut the piping bag and I had to do the shape. First I squeeze it and then I put it as a messy circle. It looked so delicious I wanted to eat it already. 20170725_101753.jpg

Monday, 24 July 2017


As you can see here me and my group has been learning about insulation, read the fact and information, if use don't know what insulation means it says in the presentation. You can learn how to save power cause that part of what insulation stands for. Hope you enjoy and learn something new. Malo                          

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Day 7: Keep New Zealand Beautiful

                                                      Day 7: Keep New Zealand Beautiful
Dawn breaks on Day #7 – the final day of your Great Kiwi Road Trip. You wake up early, ready to make the long trek back to Auckland. Along the way, Curious Kiwi stops at two beautiful places, Taupo and Rotorua, for you to get out and walk around.
Activity 1: While in Taupo, you go for a walk around the lake and you notice pieces of rubbish floating in the water. You also notice that there is rubbish on the footpath. As you know, it is really important to put rubbish in the bin and keep New Zealand clean and beautiful for generations to come. C:\Users\rwil313\Desktop\NZ Map - Schematic.png
With that in mind, it is time think about what you can do to keep New Zealand beautiful. Use your imagination and come up with three things that you could do to make your neighbourhood more beautiful. Post your list on your blog ☺
  1. Ask your communities to get into 5 groups and clean up the communities twice a day.
  2. If someone drops their rubbish you should tell them to pick it up respectfully because that disrespectful to the environment and the earth.
  3. It good to pick up rubbish because it keeps your earth and environment healthy and safe, Like a Safe And Happy Community.
Activity 2: After you have finished up in Taupo, it is time to hop back in the car and head for Rotorua – a town where will have the chance for some much needed rest and relaxation. In fact, you will visit the Tarawera Bush Pool – a geothermal hot pool that is located in the middle of a forest. The warm water in the pool comes from underneath the ground. After a few hours in the pool you feel really relaxe?
On your blog, post a picture of yourself doing something relaxing. I find reading really relaxing. Here is a picture of me reading one of my favourite books!
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After a long soak in the natural hot pools, it is time to get back home. Your family and friends can’t wait to see you and they can’t wait to hear all about your adventures. Take a moment to think about what you have seen and done over the past week.
It know to go home I went home and we had a surprise party for Curious Kiwi and Wiki. As you can I'm just listening to music just lying down to try think what i'm going to do tomorrow. I will never ever forget my journey it been fun and my Favorite one was the Sky Tower how we became famous, the rest of the money went to my parent and my grand parent. And know i'm just listening to Music. webcam-toy-photo1.jpgIt Know 9.00
Bonus Activity: On your blog, post a video or write a description about your week. What have you learned? What did you like about the trip? What didn’t you like? Was there anything that surprised you?
To earn full points for this activity, you must talk about what you learned, what you liked and what you about your great kiwi road trip.

  1. I've Learnt alot on my journey around New Zealand and learned a lot of New Zealand. It fun touring Aotearoa. But the good thing was  things like famous New Zealanders and History of New Zealand.

2. But the 3 most best was the Zombie apocalypse because we had guns and we saved the world from the zombie, if it wasn't for us the world would be called The Planet Of Zombie.

  1. My second favorite was KeriKeri because the waterfall was just a beauty, you can chill and just look at the heavenly water fall falling, you can see nemo and his friend and the ocean, when you look at the water it clear and it looks beautiful.

  1. And my Best,Favorite Fun and exited one was the Skytower because we went higher to see the clouds because we wanted to get famous by touching the flag that no one had ever touch or see and Curious and Wiki became famous because they were the first one to see it and Feel it.

     4. The thing that surprised me was when we saved the world and we came on T.V
Thank You Winter Learning Journey i've learnt lots of new words and new things I didn't know. If it wasn't for this programme I will not even make it up to Day 7. Thank you Miss Tofa for the Exciting Comment and the other student that comment on my blog. FANGIU

Thursday, 13 July 2017

Day 6: Native Aotearoa

Welcome to Day #6 of your journey and the last day in the south island. You are going to start the day by traveling 63 km north up State Highway 1 from Dunedin to a place called ‘Shag Point.’ Shag Point is one of five places in the south island where the Maori arrived hundreds of years ago to settle in New Zealand. They arrived at Shag Point in large canoes called ‘wakas.’ For more information on Shag Point and other Maori landing places, go to the Waka landing places website.

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Activity 1: Let’s imagine that you were on the first waka to arrive at Shag Point. You had never been to New Zealand before and you had no idea what to expect. Write a poem describing how you would have felt when you arrived in New Zealand. Would you have been excited or scared? I would have felt pretty nervous, I reckon…
Flip look at this place
You can see the leaves singing
But I don't know about this, I think i'm in danger
I like the tree and the water flowing
You can swim in the water when your feet get hotter from the burning sand
I can't wait to see something different
I like looking at the water cause it nice and blue
Scared of the creatures that live out there
Is there deadly animals?
I’m Scared
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Activity 2: After visiting Shag Point, you hop back in the van and drive all the way up the east coast of the south island until you reach the town of Picton. You get out of the van and onto the Interislander ferry. It travels back across the Cook Strait to Wellington. Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand and every winter the city hosts a huge Matariki festival to celebrate the Maori New Year. This year part of the festival is being held at Te Papa, a big museum in Wellington.
Read about the Matariki festival at Te Papa.  There are so many different things to see and do at the festival this year. On your blog, tell us about three of the events. You can choose any three events that you wish.
Star Weave Jam: Maori Women’s Refuge Wellington Women’s Refuge to weave stars that will be installed at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, as part of the international project One Million Stars, that raises awareness about domestic violence.

Guided Tour through The Great War Exhibition: Created by Sir Peter Jackson and supported by ANZ, The Great War Exhibition tells the story of the First World War in brilliant colour. It brings the ordeals of this pivotal time in history into the modern day, melting away 100 years, helping us to understand the hardships endured by those who served and those who stayed behind.

Heaven and Earth:Based and formed around Matariki, Maori New Year, Heaven and Earth transports its audience to a world beyond. Talented cast members will use black lights along with small and large scale puppets to tell this amazing story.

Bonus Activity: As part of the Matariki festival, there is a two day Kapa Haka competition. The haka is a traditional war dance that Maori performed before going into battle. The haka is now performed by children/adults in the community and by professional sporting teams, including our national rugby team, the ‘All Blacks.’  The All Blacks have performed various haka over the years. Watch the following three haka videos (1 – 3) and, on your blog, list the haka videos in order from best (#1) to worst (#3). There are no right or wrong answers ☺
1. Haka Number one was less of my favorite because it looked like there was not that much energy from them.
2. Haka number 2 was my second favorite because they did new moves and new words.
3. Haka number three I loved it, they gave it their all, they had a lot of energy and when the french team moved up that just made it looked excited. Image result for all black haka vs france
At the end of your day at Te Papa, you head to your hotel in the centre of Wellington. You are staying on Cuba Street, one of the coolest streets in the city.

Bonus Activity: 8 points