Friday, 7 July 2017

All Black's Captain's Run

Today Ofa went to Eden Park to watch the All Black's Captain's run. This was his prize from our Panmure Bridge School Tutira Mai video entry. His DLO of his afternoon shows us all just how amazing this opportunity was for Ofa and his Dad. Congratulations Ofa!

My Respect Care award badge by Joshua

Today at assembly Sa Kae and I earned our CARE awards badges. Sa Kae earned an Excellence and Innovation and I earned my Respect badge. This is my first badge and I am exited to show my parents. 

Getting My Excellence and Innovation Badge by Sa Kae

Today at Assembly Me and Joshua V earn a badge. I was getting my Excellence and Innovation Badge and Joshua V was getting Respect. Well done to Joshua V for earning his Respect badge. This is my second CARE award badge that I have.  For next badge I think I am going to work on my Attitude CARE award. Their is only two badges for me to make four badges. I hope I will get all four badges by the end of the year.

Thursday, 6 July 2017

What an amazing prize!

Ofa and Daniel our prize winners.

PBS singing Tutira Mai

Daniels blog post below tells us about his amazing prize of getting to watch the All Blacks training at Eden Park.

Two weeks ago (on a Friday), Panmure Bridge school had a black out day. Everyone could come to school in black (to represent the All Blacks) or red (to represent the Lions). During that day, Mr Ogilvie made a video of PBS singing Tutira Mai (The All Blacks song). Panmure Bridge school won a competition and got two tickets to see the All Blacks train on Thursday 6th of July (Today) and two tickets to do the captain's run with the All Blacks on Friday 7th of July (Tomorrow). I won the two tickets to go and see the All Blacks train today. Even in training they were very impressive, however, the best part of the day was getting loads of photos with them!