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Thursday, 27 September 2018

Leiite - Line dance

This term team five have been learning how to Move our Body. We had to learn a new skill we have never tried before. At the start of the term we learnt ballet and then we got the chance to learn a new skill so over the past 4 weeks we have been learning a new skill called "Line Dance", our whole class got split into little groups and had the chance to learn that new skill. At first it was hard to find a new skill so it was kind of stressful. But at the end we ended up all combining together as a class and doing one dance together there was only 1 group that performed something different. So our skill was a dance called Footloose.

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Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Leiite - Famous Upstanders

Leiite - How to look after your body writing

How to look after your body.
Did you know we need 7 hour sleep each night so your brain and work, at the age of 14 to 17 years you need at least 8 to 10 hours of sleep and at the age of young adults 18 to 25 years you need 7 to 9 hours of sleep at the age of 26 to 64 you need the same about of sleep as young adults need 7 to 9 sleep humans can go about 264 hours without any sleep (11 days) In 1965, Randy Gardner, a 17-year-old high school student, set this apparent world-record for a science fair.

You don’t need to eat fruit vegetables everyday or all the time you can have unhealthy food but you need to have less of them and more fruit vegetables fruits and vegetables are good sources vitamins You may hear your doctor call it “LDL cholesterol.” You have a greater chance of getting heart disease when your LDL level gets too high. If you need to be up at 6.30am head to bed at 9:15 pm or 10:45 pm for optimal results. Best time to wake up  6:30am. The goal is to wake up at sunrise, after having 7 hours of restful sleep the keys to a good night's sleep are to go to bed before 11pm sleep in a cool dark pitch black room & avoid visual stimulation an hour before bed.

A diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, and good fats can help lower what's sometimes called “bad cholesterol”. In 1965, Randy Gardner, a 17-year-old high school student, set this apparent world-record for a science fair. You may hear your doctor call it “LDL cholesterol”. You have a greater chance of getting heart disease when your LDL level gets too high. Your body uses water in all its cells, organs, and tissues to help regulate its temperature and maintain other bodily functions because your body loses water through breathing sweating and digestion it's important to rehydrate by drinking fluids and eating foods that contain water.

Leiite - How to Look After Your Body

Thursday, 13 September 2018

Leiite - Why Is Slavery A Problem

Slavery is a big thing in america and some other countries. Slavery is one of the thing that everyone agrees is unethical in fact there is such general agreement that most people would probably say that slavery is wrong just because it’s wrong. In 1619 twenty Africans were brought to the English colony of Jamestown. Virginia historians are undecided if the legal practice of slavery began there since at least. Slavery had been practice in British America from early colonial days and was legal in all thirteen colonies at the time of the declaration of independence in 1776. It  lasted in about half the states until 1065. When it was prohibited nationally by the thirteenth Amendment. Southerners didn’t think that slavery is a bad thing. Many Southerners thought that slavery was good they gave slaves a place to stay, food to eat and in some cases medicine to help them stay healthy! Some southerners even wrote stories about how slaves had free time to socialise have fun and spend time with their families!.

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Leiite - Opinion

I disagree that pests should be treated with more respect. There is a group called Predator free 2050 get rid of pests they also think you should get one cat only if your cat dies you can’t get another one, I strongly agree that we should kill pests because they kill around millions of native birds every year and because they carry diseases, pests carry mosquitoes, lice, fleas, and bed bugs and other diseases.

Thursday, 6 September 2018

Leiite - Graphics Class

For our Very first time in Graphics class, We created our first every TooDoo Man or Woman I made a guy named Jimi.

Friday, 24 August 2018

Leiite - Martin Luther King Jr. 2.0

Leiite - Justifying our Thinking

Leiite - How To Be An Upstander

How to be an Upstander. A Upstander is someone who recognizes when something is wrong and acts to make it right, when someone is standing up for something that is right and do our best to help support and protect the person who is hurt. Nelson Mandela is a good Upstander because of what he did for everyone in Africa, Martin Luther King Jr is another great Upstander because he did the same thing like what Nelson Mandela did tried to get all racism to an end.

Martin  Luther King Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from 1954 until his death in 1968. Born in Atlanta, King is best known for advancing civil rights through nonviolence and civil disobedience, tactics his Christian beliefs and the nonviolent activism of Mahatma Gandhi helped inspire. While others were advocating for freedom by “any means necessary,” including violence, Martin Luther King, Jr. used the power of words and acts of nonviolent resistance, such as protests, grassroots organizing, and civil disobedience to achieve seemingly-impossible goals.


Rolihlahla Nelson Mandela was born on July 18, 1918 in Mvezo, South Africa. He got the nickname Nelson from a teacher in school. Nelson was a member of Thimphu royalty and his father was chief of the city of Mvezo. Nelson Mandela tried to prove to everyone in the world that brown people are equal to white people. Yes some brown people faster or smarter then some white people or white people are faster and smarter than some brown people but that doesn't mean that white people are better than brown people or brown people are better than white people. Because Nelson Mandela tried to prove that brown people and white people are the same that just got himself into prison for the next 27 years. He just really wanted all people of all races to have equal rights in South Africa. His prison sentence brought international visibility to the anti-apartheid movement, he was finally released through international pressure in 1990. When he got released everyone in South Africa decided to make Nelson Mandela the president of South Africa because of what he did, why he did it, and for who he did it for. So like back in those days if a white female married a brown male they would end up in prison or if a brown female married a white male would of ended up into prison (It’s just the other way around). All the white people had the most better jobs and had more money. All brown people had the most worst jobs and had less money, everyone is equal no one is better than the other person. Different skin color different centre doesn’t mean that your better than the other person. Everyone is equal.

Friday, 3 August 2018

Leiite - My Life

Hi my name is Leiite I really like rugby and play for school in
under 68 kgs. I am also looking for a club to play in I am currently
playing for marist and also for fiafia I was in the samoan group
trying to do my culture proud.

Well with all that out of the way my life in the past is not really
interesting I broke my arm like about four or five times, I grew up
in a little neighborhood grew up with a lot of friends and family
nothing really sad or interesting in my life.

I just want to be the one person everyone wants to be when they
grow up a health, caring, helpful, funny, nice, and respectful person.
I’m not perfect nobody is perfect but you can be that one person
you really want to be in your life, like just be the change you want
to see in the world.

I use to just go play outside but now I just play inside on my PS4
or with my brothers I think staying inside helped me to be a better
boy, my father once said “Make today so AWESOME yesterday
will get jealous you have to start with respect”.

By staying inside the house and playing here helped my a lot
when I played outside I use to always get in trouble with like the
police but it was never me it was the people who I was around
or playing with. My brother started letting me play on his PS4
and I enjoyed it so I stayed in more and played more I did read,
writing and doing my maths my brother said to be “Until I get my
own PS4” I could play on his one, but I finally learned how to
forgive myself for all the bad things I’ve had done in the past.

Thursday, 26 July 2018

Thursday, 31 May 2018

Leiite My Name Is Rez

Leiite Review: Adventure For Good

Adventure For Good

They were four days that we would never forget. They were four days that saw our year eight school group learn, laugh and grow together as we took part in a variety of activities such as bush craft, visiting historical sites and kayaking. This fabulous experience would not have been possible had it not been for our hosts at Adventure for Good.

Adventure for Good is a leadership camp based in Russell, New Zealand. Some activities such as bushcraft are held on the campground, while other activities are located throughout the Bay of Islands. The facilitators at Adventure for Good guide their visitors through each activity and they are open to tailoring the trip to your specific needs.

The organisation is able to facilitate numerous activities including; sea kayaking, scuba diving, hiking, sailing (on one of their four vessels), bush craft and surfing. We were also provided with the opportunity to spend time at the Wait Treaty Grounds to learn more about culture and history. We learnt so much from this trip because of the variety of experiences, it was such a great choice for a school camp!angi

My favourite activities were the kayaking and sailing. Our kayaking guide Sarah chose a really beautiful beach for us to kayak on and we rowed around a few bays which were so stunning. We also had a good laugh doing some mini races and we played a game were we had to run across all of the Kayaks without falling in the water.

The sailing was very relaxing in comparison to the kayaking. We sat on large beanbags and sailed out around the Bay of Islands. A few of us also took turns to hoist the sail and helped out on board. This was a once in a lifetime experiences for a bunch of thirteen year olds from East Auckland! When we returned to camp after the sailing we also got to have a bonfire and toast marshmallows. This was great as it warmed us up from being on the seas and the marshmallows were delicious!

I would recommend this camp to any school group looking to mix history with adventure. The facilitators were all really friendly, helpful and knowledgeable so it was fantastic having them as our guides and teachers. The mix of activities meant that we students got to have a lot of fun and new experiences, while also learning about the Treaty of Waitangi and New Zealand History.  The only thing we would change would be to go in the summer so it would be warmer during our outdoor activities, but this was not the camps fault!

Overall I give this camp 5 stars. I hope I will get to return one day!

Who should read the review would it help? People that have never been to a camp.

What was the purpose of the review? It is about Adventure .

Leiite Review: Adventure For Good

Adventure For Good

They were four days that we would never forget. They were four days that saw our year eight school group learn, laugh and grow together as we took part in a variety of activities such as bush craft, visiting historical sites and kayaking. This fabulous experience would not have been possible had it not been for our hosts at Adventure for Good.

Adventure for Good is a leadership camp based in Russell, New Zealand. Some activities such as bushcraft are held on the campground, while other activities are located throughout the Bay of Islands. The facilitators at Adventure for Good guide their visitors through each activity and they are open to tailoring the trip to your specific needs.

The organisation is able to facilitate numerous activities including; sea kayaking, scuba diving, hiking, sailing (on one of their four vessels), bush craft and surfing. We were also provided with the opportunity to spend time at the Wait Treaty Grounds to learn more about culture and history. We learnt so much from this trip because of the variety of experiences, it was such a great choice for a school camp!angi

My favourite activities were the kayaking and sailing. Our kayaking guide Sarah chose a really beautiful beach for us to kayak on and we rowed around a few bays which were so stunning. We also had a good laugh doing some mini races and we played a game were we had to run across all of the Kayaks without falling in the water.

The sailing was very relaxing in comparison to the kayaking. We sat on large beanbags and sailed out around the Bay of Islands. A few of us also took turns to hoist the sail and helped out on board. This was a once in a lifetime experiences for a bunch of thirteen year olds from East Auckland! When we returned to camp after the sailing we also got to have a bonfire and toast marshmallows. This was great as it warmed us up from being on the seas and the marshmallows were delicious!

I would recommend this camp to any school group looking to mix history with adventure. The facilitators were all really friendly, helpful and knowledgeable so it was fantastic having them as our guides and teachers. The mix of activities meant that we students got to have a lot of fun and new experiences, while also learning about the Treaty of Waitangi and New Zealand History.  The only thing we would change would be to go in the summer so it would be warmer during our outdoor activities, but this was not the camps fault!

Overall I give this camp 5 stars. I hope I will get to return one day!

Who should read the review would it help? People that have never been to a camp.

What was the purpose of the review?it is about Adventure .

What was the purpose of the first paragraph? It was about how she will never forget the four days at camp.

Highlight the introduction and conclusion

What did the second paragraph tell the reader? She was talking about what Adventure they did at the leadership camp.

How did the review end?. She gave the camp five stars.

Why did the author use the word I? When she said I she was talking about herself.

Did the author write in past, present or future tense? Past

Leiite & Javan New Zealand at War

Monday, 21 May 2018

Leiite A Force for Good

Have you ever been hungry? 22,000 kids in New Zealand are hungry.
Hunger affects their learning and it can affects them playing sports, when kids are hungry all they thinks about is food nothing else.

Cannot afford nutritious foods or cannot afford the farming supplies they need to grow enough good food of their own. Drought is already one of the most common causes of food shortages in the world.

It's not just child's that's hungry, parents can get hungry, animals are hungry everyone and everything can be hungry, is world hunger a problem? Thus poor nutrition, as caused by hunger and poverty, is probably the major crippler of poor peoples and probably the major cause of death today in young children.

Around the globe, about 815 million people 11 percent of the world’s population went hunger in 2016, according to the latest data from the United Nations. This was the first increase in more than 15 years.

The world produces 17% more food per person today than 30 years ago. But close to a billion people go to sleep hungry every night, Hunger affects lots of people. It affects people who are poor or homeless, people who have suffered from natural disasters, How much money will it take to end world hunger? Each year it takes 30 billion just to end world hunger each year, So ending world hunger since 2003 would have cost $330 billion.

Where does hunger exist in the world? Almost 1 in every 15 children in developing countries dies before the age of 5, most of them from hunger related causes. Food losses and waste amounts to roughly US$ 680 billion in industrialized countries and US$ 310 billion in developing countries, The combined wealth of all the people of the world is $241 trillion.

At that price, housing 600,000-plus homeless people in the U.S. would cost roughly $4.4 billion for a year, money that studies have suggested would ultimately end up being recouped in future savings, U.S. Could End Homelessness With Money Used To Buy Christmas Decorations It would cost about $20 billion for the government to effectively eliminate homelessness in the United States.

"The UN estimates ending world hunger each year would cost $30 billion. So ending world hunger since 2003 would have cost $330 billion." There are a few problems with the numbers, it costs just $10 USD to feed a boy in Kenya's refugee camps for 3 weeks  this is less than the cost of lipstick in Manhattan. It costs only $50 USD to feed a school-aged girl for an entire year in many developing nations.

UN says solving food crisis could cost $30 billion, rome Resolving the global food crisis could cost as much as $30 billion a year and wealthier nations are doing little to help the developing world face the problem, United Nations officials said Tuesday.

How many people are starving in the world? Some 795 million people in the world do not have enough food to lead a healthy active life. That's about one in nine people on earth, the vast majority of the world's hungry people live in developing countries, where 12.9 percent of the population is undernourished.

What does a hunger pain feel like?
Hunger pangs, or hunger pains, are caused by strong contractions of the stomach when it's empty. This uncomfortable sensation is often accompanied by hunger, or the desire to eat. Some people don't feel the need to eat as often or like to feel as full.

Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Free Writing

Fortnite is a game that you can play on PS4 xbox 1 PC and other deviser. The aim of the game is to try come first and not die. When you start you will need to Glide to the place that you will want to go to. The most popular place is tilted tower because it has a lot of good loot if you don’t know what loot mean it mean where all the good gun are like scar rpg tactical and other. But if I was you i will not go there because it’s popular unless your good with your aiming. I reken the best place to go for starter’s is wailing woods or the big tree. In this game you will need material there is three that you will need wood brick and metal. And there is another way to die from in the storm there is a circle called the eye and a timer you have to be in the circle before the timer hits 1. On the way to the circle look around in case there is people all around. The map so there is know where to go but if you are good at playing the game then you will have a cranes winning the game.

Monday, 19 March 2018

3D shapes



WALT - Match 3D shapes with their correct properties.

Monday, 12 March 2018

Leiite Why do we still need libraries

Why do we still need libraries?


Libraries have been around for 5,000 years and they are still serving the community today.
While many are starting to question the usefulness of libraries as internet access increases around the
world, the library is still an important community resource. Libraries contain information that helps a
number of different people, they host educational classes and they are good for the environment.


Libraries contain information that is extremely helpful. They contain masses of books, articles, media and
even e-books that the public can access for free. While some of this information can be found online,
librarians are experts at finding information and the right books and articles. For example, librarians help
doctors to find books about different diseases so that they can save lives. The library has so many books
you are guaranteed to find one that suits your needs and the librarians will be there to help you to find it
efficiently.


Libraries serve the community. Libraries do whatever they can to support different members of the
community. For example, they provide free read-aloud sessions for young children and a range of classes
for adults like computing and support for job applications. This means that libraries are helpful for all
members of the community; from babies to the elderly. The library is still a great place to enjoy a book,
but it provides so much more for the community than many people realise.


Libraries are good for the environment. This is because they purchase a limited number of items that many
people can share. For example, people can borrow DVDs, magazines, and books rather than every person
having to buy his or her own copy. Likewise, people can use shared computers, photocopiers, and even
meeting rooms. This reduces the amount of waste that these people would create if they brought their own.
It also promotes the idea of reusing or reselling items rather than throwing them away. As such, the library
is a great example of an environmentally friendly establishment.


In conclusion, the library is a community hub that supports a range of people young and old. The library
supports people to access information, to attend educational classes and promotes environmentally friendly
practices such as re-use, reduce, recycle.


Highlight the ‘signposts’ that the author uses blue.

What is one thing that the author does that you would like to use in your writing?

Summarise the main point of the second paragraph: Libraries contain
information that is extremely helpful.

Summarise the main point of the fourth paragraph: Libraries are good
for the environment.

What does the author write in the introduction?
They tell us what at we are reading about.

What is the purpose of the conclusion?
to remind us about what we were reading about.

Friday, 23 February 2018

Leiite How To Save Money

If you don’t save money you could get into debt or you might not be able to afford things like food. Don’t speed it all at one time, Put money on the bank, Don’t buy things that you don’t need and do some chores to earn money. Buy cheap stuff, you can have a job that will pay you back, Don’t buy games just play outside, you can have a garage sale or you can gave the stuff you don’t need to shops and they will pay you back. You can save money by stop buying stars drunks. You need to save money for food, power, clothes and all the thing that you need you need money to pay the rents. Don’t buy food your not going to eat, if you do buy food and you don’t eat it all gave it to the homeless or save it for tomorrow. Go to pakinsav instead of new world or go to the night markit. You can baby seat for money. You can have to jobs so you can get twice the money. Save money for important things Do good things so you can get money List the things that you will buy.

Monday, 5 February 2018

Letter to Mrs Stone

Kia ora my name is Leiite I am 11 but i am turning 12 this year I just turned a year 7. I am a student at Pt England School I am Samoan but I was born in NZ I have 6 brothers I am the second youngest out of all of them, I have no sisters in my family. I love playing a lots of sports the best sport to me it rugby. My favorites subject is reading I like using my chromebook when I lorn. I would like Mrs Stone to know that I love sports and that I would like to go out and play same. I like it when teachers comment on my blog because it makes me feel good inside me and that I would try to do even better on the next one. I like playing with my family, I play on my ps4 with my brothers, but I mostly play basketball with my older brothers and their friends.