Tuesday, 20 August 2019


It was a very special day on Monday to be able to learn and understand the cause of protecting the land that we have and preserve it for future generations to learn from. We ( Year 11 & 12) were fortunate to visit Ihumatao and understand the daily lives of these many protectors who have given up time to able to protect and lobby for this land to be preserved. I was grateful enough to help out at the site and hope to come sometime soon( if I can). At the land, we met the protectors who were at the frontline and what led them to Ihumatao. We also got to met the leader of it all. Pania Newton. She helped tour us around the land letting us learn and understand the history of the land we stood on and also the stone walls which have been misplaced and used as borders for farming. Even though our tour came to an end. We helped and paint the boxes that are used for farming. It was a fun trip overall but a humbling experience to be able to experience for the first time life of a protector.

Wednesday, 6 March 2019


(Here's an somewhat official picture of the launch)

This week has been a hectic one, from assessments to the 'official' launch of the Health Science Academy. Currently on 11 credits but plan to finish two assessments in the next week or two. Factoring in other distractions to this goal is very hard so I must balance the two. Now onto the next week.

Wednesday, 27 February 2019


This week, I have been working on my assessments and have currently 11 credits at level which seven credits is currently at excellence level. All excellence credits  are for English. I also have to finish two other assessment this week so I am currently busy.

Wednesday, 13 February 2019

Reflection: Week 3

Welcome back to another day in reflection. This week in school, we have many assessments due  in at the end of the school, and I know I will finish it cause, well I already know. I currently have 0 credits but I hope to gain more throughout the week.

Thursday, 7 February 2019


This week in school, I feel like what went well for me is my work in science(specifically biochem). My next internal is social studies and it’s not known when the due date is, something I need help with is my just my attention to work

Tuesday, 27 November 2018

Social Studies: White Ribbon Day

Last week on Friday, my Social Studies class for Year 11 participated in a event wants to change and raise awareness to stop Family Violence. If you didn't know, New Zealand is currently holds the unfortunate ranking as Number 1 from OCED countries. Despite not being there, My class participated in the event and represented Tamaki College in a good way.However, I did my part by talking about what White Ribbon is by putting up posters but also talking to students about its cause.