Sunday, 30 November 2008

Davinia's Halloween Haiku

The witches, spiders and skeleton's are out and about. Tune in and listen to Davinia's Halloween Haiku Poem.

Saturday, 29 November 2008

Gary's Halloween Haiku

Tune in and listen to Gary's Halloween Haiku.

Friday, 28 November 2008

Luana's Halloween Haiku

Tune in and listen to Luana's Halloween Haiku.

Thursday, 27 November 2008

Siupeli's Halloween Haiku

Join Siupeli as he reads his Halloween Haiku to you.

Wednesday, 26 November 2008

Erik's Halloween Haiku

This is the ultimate scariest voice, tune in and listen to Erik's Halloween Haiku.

Tuesday, 25 November 2008

Isaiah's Halloween Haiku

Listen to the spooky sounding Isaiah as he reads his Halloween Haiku to you.

Monday, 24 November 2008

Mele's Halloween Haiku

Tune in and listen to Mele's Halloween Haiku.

Sunday, 23 November 2008

Kato's Halloween Haiku

Listen to Kato Haiku poem as she describes what Witches look like.

Saturday, 22 November 2008

Melelangi's Halloween Haiku

Tune in and listen to Melelangi's Halloween Haiku

Myo Htat's Halloween Poem

Tune in and listen to Myo Htat's scary witch haiku.

Friday, 21 November 2008

Silas's Halloween Haiku

Tune in and listen to the very scary Silas as he reads out his Halloween Haiku.

Amanda's Halloween Haiku

Get ready to be spooked out as Amanda reads her Halloween Haiku

Faamafu's Halloween Haiku

Tune in listen to Faamafu read her scary Halloween Haiku.

Saturday, 15 November 2008


Didn't they do well? Our presenting team who made our school and their families feel proud on Thursday Night. Litani and June you did a superb job at speaking clearly and loudly. You both dressed beautifully for the occasion and looked elegant. The black suit looked great on you Litani. Your the man with the suits!!!
We hope you enjoy looking at these photos. Special Thanks to Miss Ferguson from Tamaki College for taking such excellent photos. To view more photos of the days events, check out these links:
Tamaki College blog post
Tamaki College Flickr

Also a big congratulations to our reporting team: Isaiah, Tame'e. Tatiana, Samuel, Erik and Hola. You represented our school well at your favourite places and it was an absolute pleasure taking you to your favourite places.

Thursday, 13 November 2008

Our Favourite Places

The time has come to reveal our movie to you. Welcome to our Favourite Places to visit in Auckland Movie. It's been weeks in the making and now it's our pleasure to present it to you. Join Litani and June our presenters as they interview Isaiah, Tame'e, Tatiana, Samuel, Erik and Hola at their favourite places to visit in Auckland. Now is your turn, Have you got a favourite place to visit in Auckland? You can share your favourite place on our blogsite. Make a comment and share your favourite place with us.

If you like the presentations from todays Movie Fest, come along tonight with your friends and family. You can purchase your tickets at your school office and there will be door sales available tonight. Tickets are $1.00 per person.

Wednesday, 12 November 2008

Movie Fest Update

Well the big day is almost here. In less than twenty four hours from now the movies will be revealed.
At the moment the Glenbrae Movie is top secret-sworn to secrecy. The clues we can give you are that we worked hard writing the script and learning our lines for the movie. Our movie appeals to all ages and we know you will love it. The grand opening time on this blog for the Glenbrae Movie is 7:30am, Thursday November 13 2008. We look forward to receiving your comments.
Come back and visit the blog tomorrow, you won't be disappointed!!!

Monday, 10 November 2008

Litani's Halloween Haiku

Be spooked out when you listen to Litani's Halloween Haiku Poem

June's Halloween Haiku Poem

Tune in and listen to June's Halloween Haiku Poem.

Aaron's Halloween Haiku

Tune in and listen to Aaron's Haiku Poem.

Tame'e's Halloween Haiku

Tune in and listen to Tame'e putting on her scariest voice as she reads her Halloween Haiku Poem to you.

Saturday, 8 November 2008

Tatiana's Halloween Haiku Poem

Tune in and listen to Tatiana read out her Halloween Haiku.
Get ready to be spooked out!!!

Hola's Haiku Poem

Tune in and listen to Hola's Haiku poem on Halloween
Enjoy his scary voice.

Friday, 7 November 2008

Halloween Haikus

This term, our writing topic is on poetry.
During the week of Halloween the children have been writing their own haiku poems to be read out as podcasts. The format of a Haiku Poem goes like this:
1st line: 5 syllables
2nd line: 7 syllables
3rd line: 5 syllables

In total the poem is 17 syllables.

Tune in and listen to these Haiku poems. Some of the children have put on their scariest voice to scare you our listeners.