Sunday, 27 November 2016

New kittens

On Monday 21st November our cat brought in a little kitten up on our back porch and we fed it then we heard another little squeal, it was coming from under the house!! So I looked and tried to see if anything was under the house and there was…….

Another little kitten a exact look alike of its mother, as I was walking to find the kitten our cat came and followed me and brought the kitten out, so all we knew was that she only had two, We fed the two kittens and our cat some jelly meat and they dug into that, they were starving!! 

After they had finished eating there food we put them in a box and kept them worm, our next task is to keep the cute little kittens alive as the weather hasn't been great this week, unfortunately one of the two kittens has got a sore eye so we will have to take it to the vet and get checked! Keep check of my blog to be informed!



Sunday, 13 November 2016

Fantastic news

Sorry I haven't posted in awhile my internet at home has been slow!! But I have some fantastic news for you, this week on Tuesday the 8th of November we had our annual Moa Awards/ Moa Kluster. I got entered in for two things, those things included, Best passion blog, and best Music video that I performed the song UP by Olly murs and Demi Lovato. The night was a great turnout and all the four schools, Matapu, Auroa (My school) , Kaponga, and Opunake all had to dress up as it was a formal night. Auroa done fantastic! Plus I won my Best passion blog, it was a great night. Plus it was a bonus as I had already won the category the year before! For the winners we received a Glass plark that had Moa Kluster and the subject you had been awarded for, plus a cool certificate! My sister (Madaline) also got entered in the same category as me but in the seniors and won hers! It Was a great night and I can’t was for 2018 for another Moa Kluster!

Sunday, 6 November 2016

Hockey Prizegiving

On the 29th of October 2016 we had our end of year prizegiving/break up for the whole of Taranaki rep teams! The prizegiving was at 3:30pm but all the teams had to arrive earlier for a team photo out on the turf in our playing uniform. In total we have had over ten games this season and it has been a great experience and i have enjoyed every little bit about it and special thanks to our coaches and our managers!

The Prizegiving start at 3:30pm and it was held at Stratford in the TET, everything was set up already and we just had to hand out the certificates, every team came up one by one and all the coaches and managers gave a speech plus we all got a certificate and a badge each that had our team name Rawleigh
and 2016 printed on it. The whole entire prizegiving was two hours and it was great to hear about all the results from the other teams, there were over one hundred and fifty people there, so it was a great turnout.

That day we also had to bring back our playing uniforms, bags and other stuff we hadn't paid for back to Taranaki hockey, It was a struggle managing it all but we got their. Overall it has been a great season and I have really enjoyed it I can't wait till next year!

Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Swimming

The whistle squealed go a sudden urge for energy hit me I bulleted down my lane my heart pounding the smell of victory lingered in the air.

Two more lengths to go the water was steaming. I was going as fast as my legs would take me my arms thrashing against the water.

Back in the pool I jump and rotating my body it was time for my next event backstroke my knees bent ready to race my feet pushed against the wall gathering momentum going full speed through the calm,cool water.

Taking the lead, 1st place was only an arm's reach away my enemies lurk behind me greedy for victory Kyah was in the lead she touched the wall before I could even say a word second place will do but I will have to see if my next race will give me any glory.

Receiving my token and racing to my last event so far I wasn't the only one that did good that day it was a team event and even though we came last we gave it our all.

Thursday, 27 October 2016

The Moa Kluster


Credits: Go to Mr Bloor for creating this great video!!

This year the Moa Kluster is held in Opunake Event Centre on the 8th of November and it is a great night, everyone from all the four schools come along! The four schools you ask, well it fits into the name of Moa Kluster! The four schools include Matapu, Opunake, Auroa , and Kaponga. It is an awards night and is great fun to go along to!!
Here are the catagores you can enter in and also the judging criteria:

- Best Student Blog (Intermediate and Senior)
- Best Student Blog (Teacher)                         
- Best Short Movie (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior)                
- Best Animation (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior)           
- Best Music Video (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior)          
- Best Educational Video (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior)  
- Graphic Design Poster (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior)  
- Best Original Image (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior)                                        
- Best Te Ao Maori (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior)
- Best Book Trailer (Intermediate and Senior)

Thursday, 20 October 2016

Calf and Lamb day 2016

Today Thursday 13th of October was Auroa a Primary Schools annual calf and lamb day! Unfortunately I was not able to compete in the competition this year as we have been very busy with our hockey tournament as you can see in my previous post and would not have been able to feed and look after our animal. But we still came along to the day as it was great to see everyone and their animals.Instead of a animal I was inside helping my mum or in her words (nagging at her for some more money!) There are three different categories you could have entered in including: 
1) Calves,leading and rearing 
2) Lambs, leading and calling
3) Most loved pet!
Everyone who competed in the day got a pack of stuff with a drink bottle, notepad, pen and got a calcium milk drink! Also everyone got a participation ribbon for competition get in the day!! The year ½ were first and they went up from there. Well done to everyone who got ribbons! Everyone done great! There were many other things there on the day as well in the hall they were selling: cakes, tickets, lollies and many food selections.

 Also at lunch rabo~bank ran the BBQ (the sausages were good!) Among all the shops there was also some games running including guess how much lollies are in the jar, can you win it, and many more, they were great fun! Also Auroas school PTA gathered lots of prizes together and sold them for an auction and also leftover spot prizes for the lucky names shown up on the T.V. It was a great day and perfect weather. I can't wait till next year!!!



Also this week at Auroa Primary School every classroom has been working on art based on the calf and lamb day projects. We had to make, A 3D animal background, A farm landscape drawing, A tinfoil farm object and a photo that was taken by ourselves. It was great fun and I fortunately won both of my 3D animal background and my photo! Also check out this great video Mr Webb has created!

Thursday, 13 October 2016

Rawleigh under 13 girls hockey tournament

This week from Monday the 3rd to 6th on Thursday we had a whole week of hockey. We had one game on Monday, two games on Tuesday, two games on Wednesday and on Thursday our team had our last game of the Rawleigh under~13 girls hockey tournament. There were eight teams in the competition overall including our team Taranaki among the teams were. Wanganui, Wellington, Wairarapa, Rangitikei, Poverty~Bay, Hawke's~Bay, Manawatu and our team Taranaki! It was a hard week of games and unfortunately I was not allowed to play in the last two games of the season as I was sick! But as it was the last time our team will see each other until two months when we get all the teams from hockey Taranaki and have a big prize-giving. Do you play hockey? Have you been in a tournament/competition? Let me know in the comments below!!

For our Rawleigh hockey tournament this week we also got eight ribbons, one from every team! The ribbons were great! All of the eight teams had a ribbon ceremony on Monday day one of the huge week of games, it was in the afternoon after all the games had finished. How the ribbon ceremony worked was that every team lined up in a circle and we all gave each other one of our teams ribbons! In the end we all finished up with eight ribbon’s! All very different ones. Each team had the option to decorate their own ribbons and a couple teams did putting lollipops and stickers on them! Here are a picture down below of the ribbons.