Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Activity week: Day 1

Day 1 of activity week was fun and creative. We did painting with only three primary colours, Red, Yellow and Blue.We had three options two draw, A vase with flowers, A pot with a cross and A clay plate with can.

I Chose the The Vase with flowers. It didn't turn out very good, It kinda looked like a bouquet. The year 8 painter of the day was Salamona, Tied for Second place was Petelo and Genevieve. 

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Film Festival

It was very exciting to attend the 6th annual Manaiakalani film festival. St Pius X Catholic school waited in the cinema with Glen Innes Primary school for their films to come up on the big screen.
Catherine and Sione presented their amazing music video called “Friends” ( There video will be available on the Manaiakalani website ).

I would have to say my favourite part of the day was coming on the bus to Sylvia park and watching the short films. My favourite short film besides St Pius’ has to be Point England School’s ‘Express Yourself’ short film. < ---- All videos available here

St Pius X Facts Slide :)

Friday, November 8, 2013

Favourite Sports Player

Influential Person - Gordon Tallis
Gordon Tallis is one of the top Australian Tongan National Rugby League players in the word. He does not have a full head of hair.
He has now retired. His nickname was the raging bull, because when he got the ball he would run like a bull seeing red. He was one of the most feared players in the NRL.

Communion of Saints

St Mary  Mother of God                            St Anthony of Padua   
St Patrick of Ireland                   St Pius X
Communion Of Saints

Testing Week

This week so far has been very stressful  due to all the testing, The Maths test was okay to me, Some were easy and some were not. The reading and writing was nerve racking but it turned out to be a bit easy. Today we had our hard spelling test, at first it was easy but then it got harder. I hope my test results turn out good :)

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Shapes Tangram

In maths we are using to manipulate other shapes to make a figure, letter and bigger shapes.
The following shapes we used was:  5 triangles ( 2 big, 2 little and 1 medium ), 1 little square and 1 parallelogram. These pieces are called a tangram.  

This is what I've made so far: