Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Police dogs

Police dogs
Today on the 26th of September, The police force came with a Police dog.

We learnt a lot of interesting facts about what it takes to train a police dog. Collins (The dog handler) told us that the police force breads there own dogs. The Dogs fly on a air plane from Wellington all the way to Auckland. Then they get trained for 1 year. So there ready to be a Police Dog.

Then Collins showed us different tricks with the dog. But my favourite trick was when Grant
(Dog handler) Put on a sleeve and then ran and the dog chased him and took a big bite on his arm.

Kase was 39 Kg and he could run 65 km/hour he was really funny and a smart dog. I really enjoyed the police dog coming and i wont forget this amazing experience.


Friday, 15 September 2017

DigiTech - Moana Hour Of Code

2 Weeks ago my class got to create our own site. I learnt how to use different codes to control the waka and move it in different ways. I Enjoyed it because you can use your imagination

Thursday, 17 August 2017

Fractions of a pack of M&Ms

Fractions of a pack of M&Ms

Today in Room 8 we were given each a small pack of M&Ms we were learning to find fractions of a number of a set

This is a 1/5 of 15 M&M's, which is 3.

This is a 1/8 of 16 which is 2.

In this picture there was 15 altogether. 3/15 or 1/5 were red 2/15 were orange 5/15 or 1/3 were blue 4/15 were green and 1/15 are yellow.

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Grease by Auckland Girls Grammar School

On Tuesday Glenbrae school and other schools around Auckland was invited to Auckland girls grammar for a play. Grease is a musical play. There was two groups of cool kids one was the T-Birds and the other was the pink ladies. The main characters where Danny and Sandy.

My favourite part of the musical was when they showed the crowd Grease lighting and started singing the main song grease lighting. I liked the play because it was multicultural and it was really fun to watch. Id recommend you to watch the play because I'm sure there will be a lot of people that will enjoy the musical.

I would give the play 5 stars!

Thursday, 10 August 2017

How to make Takakau
Takakau is a Maori bread
Takakau was made in the 1800’s. The bread was
traditionally made with just flour and water.

To make Takakau you will need:
1 Teaspoon salt
2 cups flour  
2 Teaspoon baking powder
100 ml milk or water

  • First you sift the flour and baking powder into a large bowl
  • Then You put 1 teaspoon of salt into your bowl.
  • Then mix your bowl of ingredients.
  • then you will need to mix your bowl while someone else will be pouring milk or water into the centre of your bowl slowly.
  • Then you will need to get out a tray with tin foil on top and sprinkle your flour on top of your tray.
  • Then you will need to pound on your mixture.
  • Then you will need to pour your mixture on top of your tray. Then you will need to shape the dough but you will need the dough to be 2cm thick.
  • Then you turn on your oven to 200 celsius and put your dough in the oven for 30 mins