Thursday, 27 November 2014

Mitre Peak

Mitre Peak is a prominent and well-known peak on the south shore of Milford Sound.It is named Mitre Peak because it look’s like the bishop’s hat.Did you know that there is 5 Mountins not 1 mountine and did you know that Mitre Peak is 2000matres tall that is like up to the cloud. It is close to the shore of Milford Sound, in the Fjordland National Park.

Abel Tasman

Abel Tasman is located in the North end of South Island. It is in between Golden bay and
Tasman bay. Abel Tasman was named after a famous European man who was the first man to
see a beautiful Island. So then he named it new Zealand and then he anchored at Golden bay.

Thursday, 13 November 2014

Class 12 Anything movie

Manaiakalani film Festival

Manaiakalani is a group of 11 school from Glen Innes, that is about 2000 kids. We have a Film Festival every year. This means that you make a movie and then you send is to the Manaiakalani people and it doesn't matter if you have a bad movie. We went to Sylvia Park to watch out movies. There were a lot of us, I went in the second bus with all of my friends. My favorite movie was Me Tv by class 2. It was my favorite movie because it had a horror part at the end and I liked the bit when they were playing on the ps3. We watched it in a huge, dark, theater and it was called the biggest Extreme Screen. I cant wait until next year so we can make another amazing movie.

Thursday, 6 November 2014

Cape Reinga

Cape Reinga is a beautiful view to watch the Tasman sea and the Pacific ocean crash. Cape Reinga is the most Northern point in New Zealand. Did you know that Cape Reinga is 500km from Auckland City?


Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand it is the capital city because the government lives there. Wellington city sits on a beautiful harbour and there is a lot of hills over there and there is not much flat ground there. Landing at Wellington could be really bumpy because the wind is really strong over there.

Toa samoa vs NZ U16

League Game from Team 5 PES on Vimeo.