Tuesday, August 30, 2011

All Blacks Haka

Why did the All Blacks do their haka?It was to support New Zealand and their Team, when the all blacks were doing their haka, it looked intimidating and was a very tough challenge. As the All Blacks did their haka it looked like the opposition team was afraid.

The haka was a intimidating performance for New Zealand. Through t slitting and lots of passionate confidence. As Piri Wipu did through t slitting the opposition team was afraid.

Jonah Lomu

Jonah Lomu was a Tongan, and was the first global star. He debuted for the All Blacks in 1994. When Jonah was in the All Blacks team, he played 63 games for them. Jonah Lomu was a intimidating player.
In 2003 Jonah Lomu had dialysis. Jonah Lomu had a kidney problem. He had to had a kidney transplant his kidney in 2004 otherwise he would be in a wheel chair for the rest of his life

Playing as a all black Jonah Lomu was the first Global superstar in New Zealand. He played 63 games in 1994. He made a huge impact on the game. Jonah Lomu was a professional New Zealand union player. Jonah was a intimidating player.

I hope you enjoyed reading my story about Jonah Lomu!!!!!

Monday, August 29, 2011


Accurately hitting the shuttle in the air, it looked like it was a bird. Concentrating on the shuttle, quickly Mary served. As the shuttle was spinning in the air I heard a pinging noise.

Running back and forth, I saw powerful hits as I served. While Mary served, she said to me “ You can do it Sela but keep trying”. Carefully aiming at Mary’s Racket a shuttle had hit me in the head.I said to Mary “ That was a great serve”.

Then Donna taught us a game called Badminton Soccer. As I was watching the girls play, I saw lots of frustrating serving going on. When my friend gave me the racket, I was the one that had to serve. I thought in my head “Sela you can do it”.

I saw spectacular hits, and saw Donna giving us a example. I learnt a forehand, backhand and a trick shot. As I hit the shuttle with my racket, I heard a pinging noise. Have you ever played Badminton?


Thursday, August 25, 2011

Healthy Food

Healthy Food (mp3)

What should we eat healthy? Children should eat a variety of different foods to be healthy,we really don’t need to eat treats. Eating healthy makes our bodies grow and makes our brain work and learn a lot.

Fats and sugar are needed eaten everyday, but only in limited amounts. The best drinks for kids are milk and water , juice and fizzy should be left for treats.

Eating healthy makes you live right !! Also eating healthy gives you energy and makes your body work well and to make your brain work and learn. Having a healthy diet makes you live right.

Monday, August 22, 2011



In New Zealand we have different multicultural people,and we have unique things. In New Zealand we have fun sports to do, and people enjoy it. NZ is a very small country now, because millions and millions of years ago New Zealand was connected to to Australia, then NZ broke of Australia and made their own country. New Zealand is an isolated but special country.

Buzzy Bee
Buzzy Bee is New Zealand’s famous toy. And all most every child has a buzzy bee. It was made in a small workshop in the 1930’s in Auckland. Nearly every every New Zealander’s love buzzy bee.


In New Zealand many people wear Jandals in Summer , because its hot. In Australia people call Jandals flip flops. Flip Flops is another way of calling them Jandals. The reason why people wear Jandals is because sneakers are really hot to wear.

I hope you have learnt something new about our amazing country and that you HAVE A GREAT TIME AT THE RUGBY WORLD CUP!!!!! AND GO ALL BLACKS!!!!

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Michael Jones

This is a presentation that I have done in class this term, this what I have learn t about Micheal Jones. Hope you enjoy!

Monday, August 8, 2011

Ma'a Nonu

Weaving in and out, the mean machine Ma’a Nonu went through the opposition line.
Down the field he ran away fast to dive through the try line. Slipping out of the tackle he barged through the opposition team and side stepped through them. He used his great skills to smash in and try to get the ball.
The charging bull Ma’a Nonu quickly passed the ball to his team mate. There were lots of players that had been tackled down, but there was one man who was still standing and he had the ball, his name -Ma’a Nonu. He ran through them to get a try. Horray! The All Blacks cheered.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

How Rugby Started!!!

The game of football was played at rugby school and it caused major injury's,
handling the ball was permitted, the game of football was not allowed to run with.

There were no fixed limit of players.
Any number of players on the field can play football. William ran with the ball and he started the game of rugby in 1823, In 1845 by then the rules were written for the game of rugby.

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

The Beep Test

Wow!! What a wonderful start for the term!!! The beep test made us puff and it made my legs hurt, I sighed to Lesieli and said " huuuuuuu I'm tired" We ran 15 levels and the level I got up to was. I am going to achieve a higher level by practice running every time after school, the level that I want to achieve next time is 8.1 .
Next time our class does the beep test I am going to try and get fitter.