Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Sapphire Empathy Explantion

Imagine the world without empathy there would be war and nobody in the world will be safe. People will worry about what tomorrow or the next day would be like.

How you could show Empathy!!!
-Be nice to others
-Put yourself in someones shoes
-Don’t fight
-Show respect
-Encourage people
-use your manners
-Help people out
-Say kind words

Why is it important to show Empathy!!!
There are many reasons why it is important to show empathy, It is important because without empathy there would be war the world would never be peaceful. Children will cry everyday and might even suffer.

Empathy is feeling what others are feeling for an example someones nana died and your nana died as well then you both just went through the same thing. It is the ability to understand or to share the same feeling with others.

Think about yourself think of all the things that you have that other people don’t have, Think of those kids who have nothing imagine what there been through  

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Art Attack-Team 5 Term 4 Week 1

I am going to introduce you to the most famous artist’s in Pt England. Presenting, Ms Squires, Mrs Nua, Mr Barks, Ms Clark and the lucky last Mrs Langitupu and Ms Paget.

The whole of Point England School was all watching them in our Immersion Assembly with excitement. Some of us even tried to guess what they were painting. They were giving a little performance to show us about the term's topic.

Very gently they were stroking their art with black and white paint, trying to keep their hands as steady as they could. The artists were all wearing berets. There was a song called "Somebody That I Used To Know" and video of fast motion painting playing , while they were creating their different pictures.

Finally they finished. We waited patiently for them to show their masterpieces. As we looked we thought to ourselves, "These look a bit funny. They don't look like anything."
Suddenly the teachers realised that the paintings were upside down. Turning them around the right way we were surprised. Pt England recognised that they were some of the teachers that had been painted. Everyone guessed it right. It was Mr Jacobson, Mrs Jarman and Mr Burt our principal.

As they walked off the stage all they could hear was children cheering as a lion's roar. They all walked of the stage with pride.

Their paintings were amazing. After all the excitement Mr Burt said our karakia for the school. After he finished the karakia it was time to go back to class. Our school assembly was over.
“I think Ms Nua's and Ms Squires's one was the coolest because they are my favourite teachers”.

Friday, 12 September 2014

La Luna

Today My teacher Ms squires gave us a task to write about a scene of La Luna the animation

One dark calm night the stars were shining on the sparkling ocean. As the man rowed with strength 
he was focused staring into the water. He could see his reflection. With each stroke his reflection gets distorted.

Friday, 5 September 2014

Sapphire Math D.L.O Measurment

Thursday, 4 September 2014


Do you love chocolate any kind of chocolate? Well I do that's why I'm writing about Chocolate.

Chocolate is one of New Zealands most Favorite sweets there are many kinds of chocolate in the world chocolate is typically made out of  roasted cocoa beans and sugar cane.  

I feel really sad for those who are allergic because “Man they're missing out” I could eat 2 whole blocks in a day I mean who wouldn't want a whole block of chocolate in their mouths Imagine Living in a world of chocolate but the sun is  chocolate as well so it doesn't burn your chocolate land.

I love chocolate with everything editable I am chocolate’s number 1 chocoholic chocolate is my life your mouth will be watering when you read this.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Tuesday, 2 September 2014