Wednesday, 16 August 2017


Today at tech I felt excited because we had one more day with her then we would have to switch over to Mr Pineda. This was like a mess because everyone was so loud. We grabbed our equipment which are a pan, wooden spoon, roiling pin and a plate to put your food on your plate.

The ingredients are herbs, base sauce, chilly sauce, bake beans, cheese, garlic, oil and spaghetti. Crush your garlic put some oil in your pan and wait until it gets crispy.

The next thing you do is add the other ingredients and put it in the pan wait for fifteen minutes then it is ready and grab some to go with your Nacho.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Chocolate Cake!

Today was our last day at tech, so we made a Chocolate cake with Whip Cream and Heresy. The first we do is get our equipment which is a . Our dry ingredients are half a plain flour, one tsp of baking powder and quarter cup of coco and our. Wet ingredients are 2 tsp of yogurt, half cup of sugar, half cup of milk, one third of oil and two eggs. Once you are finished with put it in a separated bowls then you put it in your biggest bowl and combine. Put your oven to 180 degree Celsius bake for fifth teen minutes. Take your Tupi and poke it in and nothing come out then it's ready. You can decorate with anything. I decorated it whip cream and a Hersey syrup and it was really yummy when ate the chocolate cake.

Monday, 7 August 2017

Banana Mufffins

Today was like every other tech day. so when get in the cooking class we put on our aprons then we usually place our equipment onto a table. We would have to work out who would do the wet ingredients and dry ingredients. It was so easy because Katrina wanted to do the wet ingredients and I wanted to do the dry ingredients. The wet ingredients are one cup milk, one bowl of butter, one egg and 3 table spoons of sugar. The dry ingredients are S.R.F then after you would have to put some more of S.R.F if your batter is watery. Then put it in your batter in your muffin liners, put your muffin tray into your oven and put it into 180 degree Celsius. When it get soft and poke your Tupi in and if something comes out then it's not ready and if nothing comes out then it's ready to eat yum yum.  

Friday, 28 July 2017

Pasifika Performence

On Friday 28th of July we had a school assembly for the islanders like Samoa, Tonga and Cook Island.
Each class had to perform a little pacific thing. Room one performed the Sasa the next room was Room five performed Le Aute. Room six said they had a little surprise and they performed a cat of how the pacific people dress when there is a special occasions. Room seven performed a combined dance of the pacific and a little bit of hip hop. Room nine sang a song called Little Birddy Sitting On a Tree then Room 10 they sang a song called E Otua which was my favourite. But room 12 was my favourite more than anything we sang How Far I'll Go. Then Mrs said how happy she was to see all the classes performed about our inquiry.

Room 1 - The Sasa
Room 5 - Le Aute
Room 6 - The Catwalk
Room 7 - Combined Dance
Room 9 - Little Birdy On A Tree
Room 10 - E Otua
Room 12 - How Far I'll Go

Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Yummy Chicken Curry!

On Wednesday 26th of July we made Chicken Curry. The equipment we used was a pot, pan, wooden spoon, spoon, tongs and something to drain the water out. The ingredients we used was watery tomato sauce, base sauce, black pepper, lemon and ginger pepper. curry powder, and herbs. First thing you need to do is put the chicken in a pot and a little bit of water. Once it is ready then drain the water. Then put your watery sauce, base sauce, black pepper and your curry powder into your pan. Once it start to bubble up put your chicken in the pan and when your chicken turns yellow that when it's been ready. Mrs Tuipulotu said that she had some rice and we had to plate it nicely and this is the photo.

Back To School!

The first day of school started for term three everyone seemed so excited to be back to school. The first thing we did to get us started for today was running around the block for ten minutes. After running for ten minutes non stop everyone was extremely exhausted. The next thing we did was rehearse the song we were going to preform in front of the audience which was How Far I'll Go by Alessia Cara. Then we started our maths by reciting our multiplication later on we practiced triple a maths. We sat on the mat trying to figure out the problem, we had to use a strategy called place value. My partner and I were working on a sheet which was all about Fractions. We had our play time, then after play time we did reading and grammar reading was about mussels and spelling was about places. Then It was reading comprehension. Then it was lunch time and everyone were so happy to see their friends. Next was assembly and then home time for everyone.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Samoan Singing!

On Friday, room 12 and a few other classes did Samoan singing with Mrs Folu. We sang songs like Le Aute, Pepe, Aeiou and Pati Pati Lima. When we had arrived we had to warm our voices up so we sang Le Aute. We sang the song about 3 times, the next song we sang was Pepe everyone sang it so beautiful so we only sang it one time. The other song we sang was the alphabet song but in Samoan. The last song we sang head shoulder knees and toes but in Samoan and English. Then Mrs Folu chose some people to sing Pati Pati Lima.