Sunday, December 12, 2010

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Our Pizza

This year for the extension group's breakup for the yaer we are making pizzas. This term Pt.England school are learning about Little Critters (Bugs) so we have to make it like a little critter. Here is my groups pizza and we will show you the real one later.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Maungerei Eruption

This is a short movie that I have made. It is about a boy at school running away from a volcano eruption. He nearly gets court by the eruption but he dosen't he just makes it. Anyway here it is.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010


This is a movie that has been inspired to us by the St Pius School. They made A movie at The Manaiakalani film festival it was going backwards so they had to do the first thing last and the last thing first so I think that it would of been had to make their movie. Anyway our extension group have been making our own rewind movie. This is the movie that my group has made. So sitback relax and enjoy

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

My Extension Project

In the year 5 and 6 extension group we have been making movies about athletes that do different sports at the Commonwealth games. So Mrs Tele'a handed out different sports to the group. When I got mine I was not sure what I was going to do because I hadn't been watch the commonwealth games, mine was Table tennis. After A weeks time it came to A point where we had to stop working on our movies.
This is my movie hope you enjoy

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

First week of swimming

“Man its cold I'm glad I don’t have to get in the pool” I said to myself. On the first of November there was a pool that had magically appeared on the school’s senior court. Wednesday was room 15’s turn to have their swimming lesson. There was a man called Chris waiting for us to come. I saw people squeeze into life jackets. on some of them they looked pretty tight . Chris even helped us Adjust our life jackets.

Chris is our mentor. He is here to help us with water safety. He works at a water safety company too. Every Wednesday he takes us for a swimming lesson. So far we have only had one lesson. On our first lesson I didn’t get to swim because I forgot to bring my togs.

Shivering and shaking room15 hopped into the pool with excitement. As soon as room15 were in the pool Chris Started our first lesson. First we got into the help position then we sang the national Anthem. While we were singing we were disturbing the other classes that were having their writing test.

Even though I didn’t get to swim I still had a good time because I got to record.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Manaiakalani Film Festival

“Yay we are going to the Hoyts movie theatre today to watch different movies from different schools on the biggest screen in New Zealand,” I said to myself. On Thursday the 11th of November the whole of Pt England school went to Sylvia Park for the Manaiakalani film festival.

In the morning some of the Pt England students waited in the hall for the buses to come and pick us up. As soon as the buses arrived at Pt England School everyone quietly walked in their lines to a bus. There were three of them. Three of my friends and I got shifted with the year 4’s and the rest of my class got taken in another bus. While my friends and I sat in the bus we listened to the year 4’s sing.

When we got to the Sylvia Park movies my friends and I met up with the rest of my class. We strode up to the Hoyts theatre, while Mr music J directed us to the biggest screen in New Zealand. I saw lots of different schools such as St Pius, Panmure Bridge, Glen Brae, Tamaki Intermediate, Tamaki College, Tamaki Primary and of course Pt England. As all the schools were coming into the theatre, my friends lined up in a line and sat down on a chair so I joined them. It was very spacious.

Suddenly all the schools were in the theatre so the Manaiakalani film festival started. First you could hear this girl from our school called Toreka speaking. Then she appeared on the screen. After she opened up the film festival the first two presenters came up onto the stage. Their movie was the first to play. We saw lots of different movies from different schools.

I had six favourites. They were from Pt England, St Pius and Tamaki College. The ones that I liked from Pt England was ‘X Factor’, ‘New entrant dreamers’, ‘Wake up G.I’ and ‘A cautionary tale’. I think that the best one from St Pius was this one where their school was rewinding. Last but not least my best one was from Tamaki College. The title was ‘Feeling good, feeling great’.
Tamaki College was my best one because it had a good clip and I liked the raps in it.

Even though we didn’t stay there for the whole day I still had a good time at Sylvia Park. I enjoyed the movies and the bus rides. You can take a look at the movies from the film festival by clicking on this link

Friday, October 8, 2010

Holiday Jobs

“Oh it’s the holidays! Jordan what are we going to do?” In the two week holiday break my brother and I have been doing some house work and odd jobs for our family.

It all started when my brother and I got bored of staying at home so we decided to make a leaflet. The leaflet said ‘J & K for hire’. It also said ‘we can wash cars; do house work and any odd jobs’.

As soon as we printed the leaflets we zoomed off to our family in our area and delivered them. I think my family was quite surprised to get a leaflet from my brother and I.

During the holidays we cleaned 5 cars, did some house work and did other odd jobs. I felt happy that I earned some money because it was pretty cool and it was better than sitting at home on the game or computer.

The whole idea was to get some money for the holidays so that we didn’t have to ask our parents for some.

So what did you get up to in the holidays?

Friday, September 24, 2010

Niue Fiafia

This is some footage from the Fiafia night of the Niuean group. Lots of groups had to perform. Our school (Pt.England) was pretty much full of adults and kids. At first I was nervous then I just waited until it was the Niuean groups turn then I wasn't nervous. Anyway now you know how I felt when it was the Fiafia night.

Tell me what you think of the movie and writting

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Talk like a Pirate Day

On Friday the 17th of September, the whole of Pt. England had to dress up in pirate stuff. Some did and some didn't.

The night before pirate day, my dad stayed up and helped me decide what I was going to wear. He is so creative because he got his old white shirt, cut the sleeves, and put it on me. “You should wear this on you because pirates used to wear baggy stuff” he said. He is also creative because he got a soft toy parrot and pinned it onto my shoulder. He finally finished. My mum said “wow you look awesome.” I was standing like a statue in front of my mum.

I was wearing a white shirt, a black vest, a dark blue pair of jeans, an eye patch, a parrot and a piece of material on my head to make it look like a bandana.

“We are going in ten minutes” my mum said the next morning. “Okay” I replied. A few minutes later we left home. I started to get nervous. The minute my mum and I saw some Pt Englanders, we looked at them, and hardly anyone was dressed up.

By the time school had started I had already taken off most of my pirate stuff. In assembly my mum scanned all of room 15 (my class) to see where I was, but she couldn’t see me. So she looked again and spotted me on the end of the row next to my teacher and friend Richard. As soon as she saw me, I could see on her face that she was surprised to see I had no pirate stuff on.

As soon as assembly had finished every class went back to their rooms. Room 15 first ran to a white wall outside of the hall, then went to class. Some pirates from other classes were coming to see if anyone wanted to give a gold coin for the disco at lunch time. The whole point of the disco was to raise money for the Christchurch earthquake.

At the end of the day my mum wasn’t that annoyed at me for not wearing my pirate outfit because she had had a rough day at school. My dad was, because he had spent a lot of time and effort into my suit and I didn’t wear it.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Duffy Show

“Duffy show? What is that?” I said. Oh I remember now, it’s that show where Duffy and his friends come to entertain all the children at Pt England School. On Tuesday the 7th of September every class got to go to the hall for the Duffy show.

As soon as my class and others arrived at the hall we found a spot to sit at and sat there throughout the show. First the Duffy crew told us the three rules for the show. Then they got straight into it.

The show was all about Duffy going on an O.E - occupation exploration. Duffy found out about what people do in their jobs and how to get one. It was a funny show because one of the people said “don’t chuck it again” in a funny voice. In some parts they were singing songs and volunteering people to spin a wheel. It was part of a game called “Spin the wheel” like on the Lotto.

My friends and I thought it was a good show because it was funny for us and because they had some pretty good actors.

Christchurch Earthquake

On Saturday morning there was an earthquake in Christchurch, the size was seven point one on the Richter scale.

The earthquake destroyed lots of old good houses and broke some sewage and water pipes. Lots of houses had collapsed and there were massive cracks in the ground and in the roads. There were broken cars, houses, roads and bent railway tracks.

There were some pretty dangerous places by houses because glass was still falling from them and were shattering over the ground. Sewage pipes were broken and then all the sewage water got mixed with the tap water so they told everyone to boil their water.

If I was in Christchurch when the earthquake happened I would have been scared because I might have got squashed. Anyway I feel sorry for the people in Christchurch because some people must have paid a lot of money on their car or house and now they are broken and damaged.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Fiafia night practices

At the end of the term our school is having a Fia fia night. A Fia fia night is when people have fun and have a celebration. On Tuesdays and Thursdays the groups practice after lunch for the Fiafia night. I am in the Niuean group with some of my friends. Everyone had a chance to choose the group they wanted to be in. The choices for the groups were Stomp, hip hop, Glee, Niue, Samoa, Tonga, Music video, Cook Island, Dragon dance and Jump Jam. I chose the Niuean group because its my culture.

Yesterday all of the groups had a practice. My aunty came to the Niuean practice. She was there to help us sing and learn some more Niue songs. She also came because she is my cousins mum. My cousins name is Stevenson, and he is 6 years old. So far I have been enjoying the Niuean practices because it is cool doing the Niuean haka with my friends.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

White Sunday

If you see the word ‘lauga’ in my writing it is the Niuean way of saying speech .

On Saturday the 22nd of August my family on my Dads side had White Sunday. My brother and I had to do a lauga.

“Oh do we have to go”? I said to my Dad. “Yes you do because you are saying a lauga and I want you guys to memorize it too” my dad said.

As you already know that people have Church on Sundays you should know that on one day of Church there is a White Sunday. It only comes once a year. It is a day to celebrate the children and for everyone to see how special they are to the Church.

“Today you guys have White Sunday and we are leaving soon, so hurry up and get dressed.” “Ok Dad” my brother and I replied and we set off to get dressed. We got dressed in black sulus, white long sleeve shirts and a black vest. Eventually we got to Church. My brother and I quickly practiced our laugas just so we knew it.

Suddenly Church started and we sang a song. Soon after my brother, cousins and I were standing in front of the Church. I was very nervous. A few minutes later it was time to say our laugas. It was nearly my turn but I didn’t want to say mine but I had to so I just stood there nervously. It finally became my turn and I waited for everyone to be quiet so that they could hear me.

When I finished my lauga I felt relieved and happy. My lauga was only about 1 minute long. It was a simple lauga because if I compared it to my cousins one there would have been a big difference.

After Church had finished we had a feed. There was chicken, rice crackles, pizza, chips and more that I can remember. At the end of the day me and my family went home happy and safe. We had a good day and we were full of food.

The End

Cross Country

Today Pt.England had cross Country, I was very nervous. As soon as school had started everyone went to class and got ready for cross country. My class quickly rushed outside to line up for cross country. My friends and I were waiting to run. We were talking about it and we were discussing whether we should run at the back.

“Team 4 you're up”. It was finally our turn to run and we were all nervous. We were talking and then next minute a loud noise went off. “Bang" suddenly everyone sprinted off like a herd of animals, as fast as they could except for me and some of my friends.

While I was running my legs were pumping as I started to slow down. I got around the corner and stepped in some squishy mud. Then while I turned the next corner I stepped in some watery mud. My legs were covered in mud. My friend caught up to me then he started running with me. He was getting tired and then he said “man I need a drink.”

As we were slowly jogging to the end my friend Waata sprinted off, so my other friend Crusader jogged with me to the finish line. We sprinted to the end while people everywhere cheered.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Jesse Martin

In 1998 Jesse Martin wanted to circumnavigate the world to prove that he can achieve great things. He went though physical and mental challenges on his journey because he was lonely and his mind was wandering. I think he circumnavigated the world to prove that anyone inexperienced can follow their dreams.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

group movie

As part of our Immersion Week we got into groups and had to research a particular mariner Ms Squires gave us. Our groups had to create animations and a movie to show the rest of the class what we had found out about them.

Christopher Columbus by Waata, Crusader, Gabriel and Kingston.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Maritime Museum
Salty Sam is a gruff and grumpy captain who guided us on our tour, though the museum. He also bellowed orders to us “don’t talk, don’t touch” and don’t answer questions.

After our session with Salty Sam we went outside.”Come outside everyone a cannon is about to explode.” Suddenly a ships bell started to ring so we counted down to zero from ten “10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1,” nothing happened so we counted again but this time we counted from three. “3, 2, 1 fire”. “The cannon made a massive noise.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Immersion Assembly

On Monday the 19th of July the whole of Point England had an Immersion Assembly. It was to welcome back Pt England school. The theme for this term is Mighty Mariners.
First Mr Burt came and did a prayer, then he showed us some footage of boats and people. After that movie had finished team 1 showed us their movie. Their movie was an animation about Kupe and the 7 canoes. (I had drawn all the pictures because my mum teaches in that team).

Then team2 (Mrs She and Miss Burne) got up and did a play. Teams three, four, and five followed after and Immersion Assembly was awesome.

Team five was really just Miss Tito disguised as Jessica Watson. Jessica Watson is the youngest person to sail around the world solo. I think that Miss Tito is a really good actor. The only thing was that she thinks Australia is the best at everything, she probably thinks that because Jessica Watson was from Australia. (playing her part).

I can’t wait to learn more about Mighty Mariners at school.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Different Perspectives on Mrs Tele'a

The year five and six Extension group have been drawing Mrs Tele'a from different perspectives. Here is an example.

We are doing this to help us draw maps from different perspectives but this wasn't a map. Most of us think that Cruz had the best one because it was very detailed and it looked cool.Some of us didn't like theirs and some did. So now you know why we were doing it.

Sunday, August 1, 2010


"Kia ora my name is Boy and welcome to my interesting world".

Have you seen the movie Boy? Well if you haven't it is a funny movie. Boy is about the life of an 11 year old Maori boy living in NZ. His real name is Alamein. He lives in a white house with his Nana, brother and cousins. His brother’s name is Rocky and his cousins names are Hucks, Kiko, Muria, Shay and Kelly.

One day the Nana leaves to go to a funeral. Since Boy is the oldest, their nana leaves him in charge of the kids and the house. Anyway I should tell you how my family and I felt watching the movie.

I liked the movie because it made me laugh. Boy’s father was the funniest character. Boy thinks his father can dance as good as Michael Jackson, is a master carver, deep sea treasure diver, and he actually thinks that his father can punch out a whole rugby team with one hand.

Boy’s father has his own gang called ‘The Crazy Horses’. Boy wants to be in it, but his father said that he was too young. I think that Boys father was a bit silly because he still acts like a kid.

My parents really loved the movie because it reminded them of school in the old days. In 1984 my mum was 11 just like Boy.

The movie Boy is a classic and I hope that there will be a Boy part 2. If you haven’t seen it, go and see it.

(P.S. Boy contains some violence and bad language that may offend some people)

Friday, July 9, 2010

Braxston's Birthday

"Mum, Dad is it time to go now"? I said. "No not yet son". On Saturday the 3rd of July it was my cousin Braxston's 1st birthday. It was at Pizza Hutt in New Lynn. "Come on can we go now"? "I'm starting to get bored and hungry" I said. "Okay everyone jump in the car" dad said. "Finally!".

When I sat in the car I asked my mum and dad "how long do think it will take us to get there"?. "Just wait" they answered. Next thing you know we're there.

It took us 30 minutes to get to Pizza Hut. "Okay everyone jump out and go inside we're here now"said Dad. "Yeah" I said. "Happy Birthday Braxston". She had a humungous chocolate cake that had one candle sitting in the center of it. After that I went to find a chair (while waiting for my parents).My grandpa blessed the food but we couldn't hear him because there were too many people at Pizza Hutt.

A few minutes later we were eating pizza. I had two pizzas, some chips and Pepsi. It was delicous. "Man Jordan (my brother) I'm finished, are you full"? I asked him. "Naa not yet " he said. Then I asked him "should we get some more"? He said "yeahh" so we went to get one more pizza.

I think everyone had a fantastic time because they were happy, full, and they were thinking of going there again.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010


This is a movie that the year 5 and 6 extension group have made. The movie is about the pink and white terraces and about people that wanted to see what it was like in the past.
So please sit back and enjoy the movie. We hope you like it.

Monday, June 28, 2010

Extreme volleyball

Bang! the ball went flying over the net after the player served it.

My family and I were at the ASB Stadium at Selwyn College on Saturday. We were there to play volleyball in a tournament, but it was more like we were there for fun.

Julianna and Kristopher were crying and I had to look after them. Then I said to the twins "stop crying". My mum, dad and brother were busy playing volleyball. After looking after them for 10 minutes I started getting frustrated because they kept crying and crying. "Hang on twins I'll give you some food" I said.

Luckily some of my aunties and uncles showed up to help me look after the twins. But I felt sorry for my aunty Rita who had to sit for a long time holding Julianna.

Volleyball was probably a good experience for my parents and brother because they liked playing it. I even got a chance to play volleyball during the breaks. Even though my parents team (the Niuean Ninja's) didn't win, they had an awesome time.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Twins turn 1

Wow! What a cool party! On Saturday the 12th of June my baby brother and sister (the twins) had their first birthday party.

As soon as the birthday started we sat down and said a prayer. Then we lit up the candles on the two birthday cakes. The twins looked hungry and happy because they tried to eat the cakes. My grandfather blessed the food. I think the prayer took a very long time because I was starving by the end of it. Finally, when the prayer was finished I said “what a relief”! Then I went and served my food.

I was very hungry so I quickly served my food and raced off to the tables. As soon as I got to my table I stuffed my face with food. I ate sausages, chicken, chocolate muffins and chocolate crackles. I also ate some scrumptious ham that was made by my aunty Stephanie.

We had a pirate and princess theme. My little sister Julianna was dressed as a princess. She wore a tiara and a beautiful princess dress. My little brother Kristopher was supposed to be dressed like Jack Sparrow the pirate, but he didn’t like wearing his costume. All of my aunties on my mum’s side came dressed as pirates and they looked awesome.

At the end of the day everyone was happy. The twins got some PJ’s, clothes, toys and lots of money as their presents.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010


R.o.w 12 w.o.w reflection

What did I do well?
The thing I think I did well on was the shoe because it was detailed and it looked good.

how could I improve on what I did?
I could improve on my shoe because I think I could have done better.

Brick wall

what held you back from doing better?
The thing I think that held me back was myself because I kept taking and wasted time.


What is the purpose behind us doing Rock Our World?
1.Because we are famous.
2.To find out more about R.O.W.
3.Because we get to talk to people around the world.
4.Drawing the shoes.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Ten pin bowling

Ten pin bowling

I was standing up straight in a bowling lane waiting to get hit. Suddenly the bowler bowled the ball and it went to fast and struck me right in the chest . I went flying like a bird and banged my head on another pin. Then I said "sorry mate are you all right".

Monday, May 17, 2010

Podcasting for KPE : Splatter

Skyracer Purple - Splatter"Splatter"  by Janice Marriott is my podcast with Starford.

Read this teaser from the book...
"Darryl joins Greg and Sam for the ride of his life – a quad-bike tour that involves a lot of mud! He knows he’s in for a tough ride when Greg tells him, ‘Next stop, the water bog!’"

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Aunty Missy's Wedding

“You got me” by J. Williams blasted out of the speakers as we danced. It was my aunty Missy’s Wedding.

Missy is my mum’s youngest sister who got married to a man called Augustine, but we call him Gus for short. They had their ceremony at a church called St Michaels Catholic Church in Remuera. Because Gus is Fijian, the grooms men and page boys had to wear ‘sulus’. A ‘sulu’ is something that looks like a skirt. The bridesmaids wore long baby blue dresses.

After the ceremony, everyone drove to a place that looked very flash for the reception.

When we had eaten and the speeches had finished, my brother Jordan, cousin Stevenson and I had to perform. We had spent weeks trying to make our performance perfect, but some of the time we mucked around when we were practicing.

Anyway as soon as the song started playing, everyone started screaming like we were famous or something, but they were actually screaming because they loved the song. It was “You got me” by J.Williams and Scribe.

As soon as our item was over, my brother and I raced off to the toilets to count our money. I had $130 and Jordan had $120. Even though we wasted a lot of time mucking around during our practices, I still think that our performance was the best.

Everybody had a great time. I think my aunty looked stunning in her dress and I think that it was a fantastic wedding.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Improvements to Project.

In our last project we sort of blew it because we didn't think about what we were doing and we didn't think about how our movie related to the theme "change" so we decided to improve our movie.

First of all this is our game plan.

The voice overs:Joshua.

Coming up with the slogan:Kingston.

Who is filming: Angela.

Actors,Joshua and Kingston.

So there is our game plan to try and make our movie more alive to our audience from the start to the end.

Here is our movie that we made and tell us what you think about it.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Immersion Assembly term2

Suddenly a siren blared as Mr J walked though the door telling us what to do. It was our Immersion assembly to welcome PT England back to school, for term2, our topic was Active Earth.

My highlight of Immersion assembly was when it was team 4's turn to perform on the stage, I was excited.First Maggie Magma and her assistant Miss Lava lava introduced themselves and then
Maggie Magma announced the contestant's. there were Cinders, Miss Larha, and Super sonic
electronic tectonic bionic.

My other favourite item was team 1's item. It was cool when Miss Wild coughed out flour
because it looked real. I can not wait till next terms immersion assembly.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Kingston's Camp Highlights

Last month in March the year 5's to 7's had a school camp. I was excited because I had never been on a school camp like this before. As soon as our camp started, everybody raced off to their activities, such as bowling, skating, rock climbing, cooking and others.

Skating for me was a disaster because I kept falling over and it was sore. Some of the kids were good at it and some weren't. I think the kids that were good were good because they practice or they have their own roller skates at home.

One enjoyable thing about skating was that my dad was there to support me and he bought me a drink because I badly needed it. The best thing about camp was playing with my friends at lots of different activities and having fun on the last day of camp at Swim-a-rama pools.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Sunday, March 28, 2010

We Are The World Haiti

In the Christmas holidays Haiti had an earthquake and thousands of people died. It happened on the 12th of January 2010. Haiti turned into a disaster zone. It was so sad that they showed it all over the news. While I watched it I saw people with no food, water and shelter. They had no choice but to sleep where ever they could. One amazing thing was that some survivors lasted over a week.

So lots of good singers made a new version of "We Are The World" to raise lots of money to help the people of Haiti. The song was originally made before I was born by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie.

I really liked the new version because some of my favourite singers were in it, such as Usher, Justin Bieber, Micheal Jackson, Wyclef and others. I liked Wyclef because his voice sounded very cool. Did you know that he is from Haiti?

I hope the song makes stacks of money to help Haiti. So if you want to see the new version of the song go on Youtube and look up "We Are The World" Haiti.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Room 15 have been finding out about the Early Europeans who came to NZ. We read about the Whalers and Sealers, Missionaries, Settlers and Traders. We wrote scripts as if we were one of these people and recorded our scripts with our animations of the European ships arriving in NZ playing in the background. Mine is one of the ones that was finished and played on P.E.N.N. -our school news programme

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

My Family Walk

After Shortland Street had finished my family and I went for a walk around the block. While we were walking I was playing with a rugby ball. I threw it up in the air but when it came down I dropped it, and it nearly went on the road. My mum said ''Kingston get the ball'' so I ran for the ball and got it. While walking around the block I was getting puffed out because I kept having to run and catch up with my family.

When we got to Ruapotaka my family stopped for the twins because something was wrong with the pram. But I kept walking and while I was walking I was singing a song called 'Black Box'. It is sung by a person who won Australian Idol and his name is Stan Walker.

Suddenly it came to a point when I had to stop because I was a bit too far away from my family. So I waited for them to catch up. Just when we were about to walk round Glen Innes my brother Jordan asked me if I wanted to have a race with him, but I said ''no'' because I knew I was going to lose.

When we got to Court Cres my brother asked me if I wanted to have another race. I said ''no'' again, but my brother just sprinted off. While he was running I was trying to run with him too but I couldn't. So I just walked with shame. Nah I'm just lying, but I was tired. Finally I got home and I was happy. I waited for the rest of my family to get home. Suddenly they turned up and we stretched. Even though I was tired I still had a good walk.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Kingston's Capture the Flag

On Friday Room 14 and 15 played an exciting game called Capture the flag. Before we played, Miss King divided us into teams. They were room 14 and 15. Then she precisely explained the rules while we listened attentively. After she explained the rules we went down to the bottom field and set up the game. When the game was set up, we were all ready to play. Miss King asked both teams if we were ready, then she said ''GO''. Suddenly every body started sprinting off like a herd of stampeding animals. We tried to get each others flag but we got tug so we had to wait for someone to take us back to our side of the field. When the game was about to finish the score was 7 to 1, so we were winning. Then Prince got one more goal and we won the game. The aim of the game was to capture each others flag.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Welcome to Room 15 Kingston.
For everyone reading Kingston's blog here is a link that takes you to the posts he wrote for his class's blog in Room 12 last year.
Click Here