Friday, 16 November 2018


This week I've been learning about Hauora and food areas and environments.

 Last week Wednesday I've been working on Matauranga Science, and Parakuihi Science. Parakuihi is Breakfast and Hauora is Spiritual health, and matauranga means Control and Access,

Matauranga science:
Everyone thought about something different depending on the research they chose.

If they chose to learn about Matauranga Maori then they learnt how it’s a way of viewing the world, and seeing everything as being interconnected, and having responsibility for the environment, and how that links to science and helps science to be more ethical and responsible and for the benefit of everyone :)

Parakuihi and Hauora:
Reflected in Science and health about their environment and personal. learnt about food groups,Sugar is found in more foods in the world. Sugar is found in Chocolate,cakes,Milkshakes,Ice creams,Chips, Lollies,Drinks,Hot foods,and Much much more. Sugar can help with your energy and can be affected your life and heart. U can get diabetes and get very sick. Sugar should only take up about 150 calories of a 2000 daily calorie diet.saturated fats are processed fats found in food like McDonald's fries, pies etc and it is always unhealthy and stored as fat around organs.
fats are processed fats found in food like McDonald's fries, pies etc and it is always unhealthy and stored as fat around organs.

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Friday, 7 September 2018

Questions about the Laws of Government.

How do people make laws?
A proposal for a new Law or a change to an existing one is called a bill (see Bills and laws). A bill can only become a law if it is passed by a majorette in the House of Representatives. The bill must be agreed by both chambers, and given by the Royal Governor-General.

How long does it take to make laws?
It may take weeks or even months for just one  bill to be passed through Parliament. However, an urgent bill can be passed in a matter of days. About 200 bills are even passed into Parliament each year and about 90 per cent are passed into law.

Who is the leader of new Zealand?
The Prime Minister. (Jacinda Ardern)After an election, the parliamentary party or coalition of parties with the support of the majority of members elected to the House of Representatives forms the government.

Why do we need laws?
As citizens we respect the laws because they are clearly meant to be obeyed and fairly enforced. Everyone is held accountable to the same laws, and those laws protect our fundamental rights.

What laws do we have?
There are 4 main types of law, criminal, civil, common and statute. ... In this first task I will explain briefly each one: Criminal Law: This is the kind of law that the police enforce. Murder, assault, robbery and rape are all included within the boundaries of criminal law.

The 3 branches of Government?
Our government have three parts. They are the Executive, (President and about 5,000,000 workers)Legislative (Senate and House of Representatives) and Judicial (Supreme Court and lower Courts).

How can a bill become a law?
If two-thirds of the Representatives and Senators support the bill, the President's veto is overridden and the bill becomes a law. Do nothing (pocket veto)—if Congress is in session, the bill automatically becomes law after 10 days. If Congress is not in session, the bill does not become a law.

What is the major purpose of laws?
The law serves many purposes and functions in society. Four principal purposes and functions are establishing standards, maintaining order, resolving disputes, and protecting liberties and rights. The law is a guidepost for minimally acceptable behavior in society.

Why are rules and laws important?

The law is important for a society for it serves as a norm of conduct for citizens. ... The law is important because it acts as a guideline as to what is accepted in society. Without it there would be conflicts between social groups and communities.

Friday, 31 August 2018

Social studies work

A few years after i migrated from tokelau to new Zealand for my education, i migrated from Tokelau to New zealand because i wanted to get my Education on the road. i want to migrate back to tokelau to find out some changes that are happening there,and how everybodyś doing?
Once i got to Tokelau i saw a lot of changes, main parts i saw were' people digging through the sand making wells to get water from benieth the sand, and i saw food growing:Coconuts,
after seeing all of that, i was happy enough to see that everyone got enough food and space for themselves. Itś good to see and Hear that Tokelau is still standing. eveyone on the island hasn´t changed a bit, family and friends still living,Standing,Healthy and more.

Change in tokelau

Climate Change:
Climate change is a change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns when that change lasts for an extended period of time, Climate change may refer to a change in different weather conditions, like, Snow,Rain storms and Earthquakes. Climate change is caused by factors such as biotic processes, variations in solar radiation received by Earth, plate tectonics, and volcanic eruptions. Certain human activities have been identified as primary causes of ongoing climate change, often referred to as global warming.
Scientists actively work to understand past and future climate by using observations and theoretical models. A climate record—extending deep into the Earth's past—has been assembled, and continues to be built up, based on geological evidence from borehole temperature profiles, cores removed from deep accumulations of ice, floral and faunal records, glacial and pericardial processes, stable-isotope and other analyses of sediment layers, and records of past sea levels. More recent data are provided by the instrumental record. General circulation models, based on the physical sciences, are often used in theoretical approaches to match past climate data, make future projections, and link causes and effects in climate change.

Height and Arm spam

Me and my class have been working on our Height and arm spam during maths. here is an image of our Height and Arm spam.

As a person is taller then there arm spam gets longer.

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

Health/ Cybersmart

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  • What is digital footprint?
A digital footprint is something you do online like
Basically commenting and Liking status and Post
the information about someone as a result of their online activity.
 E.g: When somebody comments something like 'How old are you' or 'You look pretty' When you comment on another status of someone else that's leaving a footprint of yours but an online way.

  • What is a positive digital footprint?
A positive digital footprint is when u comment a nice opinion or saying to show how
Amazing and Wonderful the post means to them. So basically its all about commenting nice words on their statues. E.g: Say u commented on a status saying 'Your cute' or 'You have nice eyes' something like that.

  • Would you show you social media profile to you friends,family or teachers? Why not?

Well to be honest i wouldn’t mind showing them because i have nothing to hide really.
If i did i wouldn’t show anyone but myself. Im always socially active on Facebook and Instagram.
Sometimes i hate it when someones on my account without me knowing because they could start trouble with people i talk too or post random stuff.

it is important to be aware that:
  • Some people might not be who you think they are!
  • What you put online can be available for other people to see
  • Watch what you do and say on social media because somethings can be alegal
  • Spam or junk mails can cause viruses to your computer
A few ways to stay safe online:
  • never give someone you hardly know personal information about yourself while you on the internet
  • never agree to do meetups with someone u just meet online
  • never reply to a spam or junk email you receive
  • dont accept any friend request to reply to emails  or messages from people you dont already know
  • dont post or send offensive messages, emails or pictures
  • when downloading files make sure they are from a trusted source and only do so with permission.
  • Dont share your username or password with anyone (keep all your online accounts to yourself)
  •  Stay away from inappropriate websites 

Thursday, 14 June 2018

Tokelau in 20 years time

What do u think tokelau look like in 20 years time?

Well because Tokelau is in danger because of the sea water levels and the island its getting smaller and smaller. Tokelau will probably be under water or maybe it might still be there as an island? We dont know yet. Tokelau probably have no more land and most people will probably migrate from Tokelau island. We dont know that yet but i hope tokelau will still be standing and hopefully Tokelau will have more people there.

I think there will be faster transportation and More people migrating from New Zealand to tokelau or Australia to Tokelau. I reckon Tokelau will have fruit tree's like coconut trees or veges gardens.
im sure tokelau will have enough water to last for years to come, and the tokelauans dont have to dig wells just to get water, i hope tokelau people get enough money n space for them to live on and survive.
Desalination plants
desalination means taking salt out of the sea water or plants, so firstly this is how u desalinate salty water into fresh water for you to drink......

  • Pour 1 inch of drinking water into the mug. ...
  • Put the salt water into the large glass bowl. ...
  • Cover the glass bowl with plastic cling wrap. ...
  • Place the bowl in direct sunlight. ...
  • Leave the bowl in the sun for three to four hours. ...
  • Check the cup for fresh water.
  • What are some changes you think will happen in Tokelau?

    Fast Trasportation
    more people Migrating from new Zealand,Samoa or Fiji to Tokelau
    Missing Land
    Internet cafe's everywhere
    More food for people to eat
    Fishing equipment
    More Money
    vegetable gardens