Monday, August 1, 2011

Keep Your Eye On The Ball!!!!!!!

Have you ever had a stadium in your school? Well Mr Burt was so kind enough to get food and hand it out at our Immersion Assembly, where we find out what our new topic is. But you only got food if you got a ticket by sitting up nicely!!!!!!! It was so cool .

As I got closer and closer I heard a voice saying “Ireland”I couldn’t believe that it was Mr J .He was the one who was chanting it .

Turning off the music, Mr.Burt said, “Good morning ladies and gentle men our theme is going to be the Rugby World Cup." I was so excited because I wanted to learn about the Rugby World Cup.

Starting the fun off Team one sang a song.It was an All-Black’s song..I think it made the little kids laugh.

Next up it was team 2's turn to shine.They also sang a song and it had the All Blacks, English and Samoan rugby players as singers (It was the teachers who were dressed up as them though).It was mostly like a chant.

Team three had a Weet-Bix challenge.The challenger had to put their arms behind their back and their partner had to feed them.The aim of the game was to finish your bowl of Weet-Bix first.Mostly all of the challengers Weet-Bix went on there faces. I think it would of be fun to do that.

Oh this one is my favourite. It was team four .They had 2 little cute videos. One was about George Nepia, I think he was a rugby legend. The second video was funny because Mr.Somerville acted like he was George Nepia.I've got to say he’s quite a funny actor.

I felt so awake after that cool assembly.I can't wait to learn about this term's topic.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Jorja! I enjoyed all the things you mentioned in your post too! Yes Mr Somerville is a very good actor, so was your teacher! Our immersion assemblies are so good aren't they?! I'm looking forward to your posts this term Jorja. Keep up the good work.
    Mrs Tele'a


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