Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Catching & Farming Flounder with Pt.England

  Flounder made us walk to Riverside avenue! your  probably wondering why we walked to riverside, Today Pt.England went to support Some students from Pt.England while they were catching some baby flounder for us to put in our tank to farm them.

Pt.England where catching some baby flounder because most of the flounder in the community is endangered so were catching them to let them grow in clean water. We were also trying to beat Kauri Flats School in partnership score of 4 flounders.

We sang a Himene (hym) and did a Karakia (prayer).  We sang for our floundering people bless them to catch some beautiful baby flounder for our school so we can farm them and so their not endangered.  So tell me would you save our flounder by not polluting and catch the right size and take the right ammoun.  If you do leave a good comment 

Friday, 22 September 2017

Pt.England 2017 wins GOLD!

My 2017 journey to the Magnificent maniakalani film festival

Every year Pt.England students take part in the Manaiakalani film festival.  This year I'm going to talk about this years Manaiakalani film room three made, have every tried to film a movie and trying not to laugh? Like for an example bloopers their probably the funniest parts of the movies, in our movie we the most funniest parts so that was a challenge for us.  We had to say silly parts and we had to try not to laugh it was like sitting and watching the funniest movie in the world and you weren't allowed to laugh. 
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Filming these scenes where very fun we had to do different expressions like being angry, sad and being serious those where very funny times.  I'm looking forward to seeing our faces on the                                       
  extreme screen at Sylvia Park movie theatre.      
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