Wednesday, 18 November 2020

The "word Fairies " visit Rm 6

 Yesterday Mrs Kearns and her friend Carol from the  Pakuranga Rotary  Club came to Rm 6 .

They have  been visiting St Patrick's  for 10 years. They gave all the Year 4's a brand new dictionary. Last year, 20,000 children in NZ, Tonga and Samoa  received a Dictionary. i feel special to have my own dictionary.


Wednesday, 21 October 2020

The Best Day of My Life

                                        The Best Day of my life.

Last term on the 9th August I celebrated my First Holy Communion with nineteen other children. We had it at our church at St Patrick’s.

Before the day we had lots of lessons with Father Andrew. They were on a Saturday afternoon in the church. After that we attended church. We did eight lessons and then Father said we were ready.

One day after school, aunty took me to Otahuhu to a big shop. We were going to look for something for me to wear. I saw heaps of good clothes that I could choose. Finally I found a black lavalava and a traditional Samoan shirt. I was so happy and excited to try them on. 

On Communion Day I woke up very early because I had one more lesson to go to. I got dressed and went to the church. All my friends were there and we were chatting and laughing together.

During the service I felt very special and I think it will be a day I remember forever. 




Wednesday, 23 September 2020

My Whakapapa Story. By Andreaus

My Whakapapa Story My name is Andreaus and I am Samoan and I am writing about my whakapapa. My dad is silly and funny sometimes. My mum is always happy and sometimes gets mad. When I try to cheer her up she hugs me. My mum stays at home looking after my brothers and my sister. On top of my picture is a blue line that's my two grandmas who have died. The three green korus are my mum and my dad and my sister Nikita. I am next followed by my little siblings. I drew my red heart to represent the people who have died in my family. RIP .

Tuesday, 16 June 2020

Thursday, 28 February 2019