Saturday, January 1, 2011

My Reflection 2010


What I enjoyed most being in year 5 is going to the rugby trips. I really like it because you hang around with your friends for long. The thing I enjoyed learning the most is maths because I really like doing fraction with Miss King.
I wish i could have done more of doing blog post because I like going on my friends blog and commenting them. I think I could work harder on writing because sometimes I don’t even make sence on my writing. My best memories was when I went to Eden Park to see the famous rugby Leauge players and it was cool. I got to see the Kiwis Kangaroos, England and Babua.
My goal for next year is to be good at Maths because sometimes I get my Maths wrong

3 comments:

Miss K said...

Happy New Year Samuela.
You had a wonderful year in year 5. i was so proud of your achievements in class and in sports. You always give your best when representing Pt England.
Thank you for helping others in our class this year to complete their computer work, try harder and understand fractions. :-)
Samuela, you are going to be an amazing senior student at Pt England, keep up the fantastic work and attitude.
Miss King

Skye LaDart said...

Hi Samuela! I am a student in EDM310 at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, AL. I think your school is great and I love that you enjoy blogging and commenting on your friend's blogs! I also enjoy doing that!I would love to watch rugby because I never have! Keep working on Math, it was also difficult for me, but I stuck with it and now I am good at it and enjoy it!
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Michael Oakwood said...

Samuela,
I am a student at the University of South Alabama. I live in Mobile, Alabama USA. Not many people in this part of the world know very much about rugby. I am glad you enjoy it. I like math, even though it does not come easy for me. Keep working at your writing and your math. As you advance in school, your writing skills will be very important. Keep working on your blog. I enjoyed visiting it. Feel free to visit my blog .
Michael Oakwood