Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Flowchart For Democracy In NZ

This flowchart is about democracy about NZ. We had to define the word democracy. We had to write in order the people that hold most power over NZ. I learnt that Democracy comes from Greece. I worked with Eric, CJ, Shannon, Fraidoon, Daniel and Oh hsen to complete this flowchart.

What Is A Prime Minister?

This week LS2 have been learning about the role of a Prime Minister. For this task we had to choose a former New Zealand Prime Minister and find out what he changed during his/her time as Prime Minister. We decided to pick David Lange. For this task I worked with Shannon, Oh Hsen, Eric, Daniel, Fraidoon and CJ.

Government Parties

This week LS2 have been learning about what an election is and the New Zealand political parties. On Saturday there will be an election to decide who will be the Prime Minister of New Zealand. For this task I worked with Eric, CJ, Daniel, Oh Hsen, Fraidoon and Shannon. We also had to find out who the leader is for each party. Here is the link to our DLO.

Monday, 18 September 2017

Read An E-Book Day

Cover of The History Buff's Guide to the PresidentsRead an eBook Day

Today is read an e-book day (18th September). Read an e-book is a day where we read books online which is modern story telling. LS2 have been using Tamaki College's Overdrive to read E-Books at school. There are lots of different books and genres. I am currently reading a book about U.S. Presidents. If you want to find out more about read an e-book you can click on this link. #eBookLove

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Say It Tika

Today we watched a video called Say It Tika. The video includes a famous New Zealand person and he Temuera Morrison. He talks about about pronouncing Maori places in New Zealand correctly. We went to the say it tika site and pinned three places we thought people find trouble pronouncing.

Friday, 8 September 2017


Today LS2 went to Tamaki College for tech. We had our new rotations and they are art, stained glass windows and cooking. The year eights are doing stained glass windows with Mr Grundy. We have started to draw our design and colour them in. Near the end of our session we spent a little time learning how to cut glass. I can't wait to see what my design will look like when I have finished it.

Thursday, 7 September 2017

Tamaki College Overdrive

Today LS2 have been reading books on the Tamaki College Overdrive. There have been lots of new books that have been added on. I decided to read a book about U.S. Presidents. The Tamaki College Overdrive is useful and really easy to use.

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

2 Word Sentences DLO

For writing this week we have been learning about two word sentences. In a two word sentence there is a subject and a verb. We written some two word sentences on the board and then we had to choose three of them to make them into compound and complex sentences.

Friday, 1 September 2017

A Day At Tamaki College

Today the year eights from Panmure Bridge School stayed at Tamaki College for a day to experience what it would be like if we decide to go there. First we had technology as normal. We were doing stained glass windows with Mr Grundy. After that we had morning tea. Tamaki College was really kind and provided morning tea and lunch for us. Our first class was Maths and our teacher was Mr Jones. We played a game called Battleships. After that we headed off to Science where we did some cool experiments using static electricity. Our teachers were Mr Stoddard and Mr Singh. Then it was lunch time. We had Subway for lunch. Four of our students who showed the Tamaki College values got a $5 dollar tuck shop voucher. I got a voucher for showing Responsibility. Our next class was English and our teacher was Mr Stevenson. Their we had to look at some words carefully and memorise them. We then had to write them down on a document and find images of the words. Our last class was P.E. Our teacher was Mr Moyes. We played a game of Turbo Touch. I had a really fun day and I would like to give a really big thank you to everyone who looked after us at our time there.