Friday, December 11, 2015
My journey here at Saint Pius X Catholic School has come to an end. I have been here for 8 years. What I enjoyed the most about being here was making new friends and making them memorable. I also enjoyed experiencing new things in what I learn and in what I do. I also try to achieve goals above and beyond my expected level. I will always treasure my memories here at Saint Pius X.
Friday, November 13, 2015
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Today was our third lesson of touch. We started of with run and touch. The offender had to run with the ball and the defender had to chase him and touch him before he placed the ball on the try line. Straight after that we got straight into drills. We did some drills that could be useful for us when we use it in a touch game. Finally we got to play a game that we all enjoyed. It was kinda like touch but there was three offenders and two defenders. Finally the lesson was over. Most of us were sweating and we were tired. It was a great touch lesson also was a great day with the sun out.
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Today we had our second lesson of Touch. I really enjoyed the touch lesson because we played a quick game of grid touch before we started learning some skills. One of the lessons we learned was how to get rid of two defenders, we just had to draw them in and pass the ball. It was a skill that I found easy to learn. It was a great touch lesson.
Monday, September 7, 2015
MATCH COLUMN A TO COLUMN B
THE SACRAMENTS OF INITIATION
These Sacraments consecrate people for the important roles of service in the life of the community.
THE SACRAMENTS OF HEALING
The Sacraments enable people to become full members of the Church, committed to Christ and the carrying on his mission in the world as sons and daughters of God - whanau a Te Atua.
THE SACRAMENTS OF COMMITMENT
These Sacraments enable people to meet the Risen Christ bringing them healing - houhou rongo in mind, body and soul.
Last week was Tongan language week, me and my whole school dressed up in our own Tongan outfits. We took a photo with our Principal Mr Coakley. My class and I made Tongan food for lunch, the food was nice. It was great seeing everyone in their nice Tongan clothes.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Monday, July 20, 2015
Today is the begining of term 3, I learnt about Lectio Divina in Religious Education.
Lectio Divina is a prayer for reading.
This is a new way of praying for me, I also would like to do it more often.
Please help me to forgive others as you have forgiven me.
Friday, June 26, 2015
Thursday, June 25, 2015
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Friday, June 19, 2015
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Friday, May 15, 2015
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Battle - Attack clash, war, bloodshed & Ravage.
Memorial - Remember, In tribute, celebration achieve & record.
Soldiers - Army, Warrior, Guard, Responsibilities & Officer.
Weapons - Bomb, Frag, Guns, Firearm & tear gas.
Poppy - Flower, Reminder, Remembering, Drug & Red.
Dear friends we just had a lovely mass this sunny morning. We had a mass to celebrate the 100 year of Anzac day. We wore our poppies to mass. After mass we went to the grotto and stood around it. There were crosses in front of the grotto. We sang songs and some of the students had little readings to read also some of the classes read. At the end of it we sang the National Anthem.
Thursday, April 2, 2015
Thank you for everything you have done for our school.
Thank you for serving breakfast every morning for us school kids.
Also I thank you for supporting us St Pius X students.
I really think you are and awesome role model for us young kids. I hope you enjoy your time at Australia like you did here.I know for sure us St Pius X students will miss you so much.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
On an lovely morning we got ready to go and welcome the Waka. Us seniors had to walk to Pt England and the Juniors got to catch a bus to Pt England. We started walking when the school bell rang. When we arrived at the Pt England there were already schools from the cluster there.
When we got there we sat down. I was pleased that I got to sit down because I was exhausted from the very long walk. When we sat down a lady came to us and told us to etu which meant stand up in Maori. When we stood up we sang songs.
After we sang that song we sang the Waiata song. This song was the song Justin, Rachel, Pate and Lupe did the Haka. After that 3 students from Pt England, Got up and said a Speech.
We got the chance to shake the guests hands, it was a huge honour. We had to wait for a while because Pt England school had a lot of children! When it was our turn we had to walk up and Hi Five the guests but we fist bumped with some others.
After that we were about to walk back to school until Mr Gaffney told us that there was a spear bus that we could go on. Then we had to walk back to the bus and we went back to school. Once we got to school we got to have our morning tea.