Sunday, June 28, 2009


Week 1, Term 2 Pukekohe Intermediate School held a Tapuae competition.Mrs Hancook from Room 45 was the teacher that was organizing the Tapuae competition. Every teams were entered as buddy classes for the competition, and a maximum of 16 team players were able to take the court at once. Our buddy class was Room 36. Lupe Soapi from Room 23, and Abi Chapman from Room 36 were our team captains. We have been winning since our first Tapuae game. We had a game with Room 13 and Room 45 and we won, which took us into the Semi-finals. Our first semi-final game was on Tuesday 16th on June and we versed the same 2 classes. We had a really tough game in the rain, but even though we had to put up with that, Our class Room 23 and our buddy class Room 36 still came out with a win. Then it came to the finals we versed Room 3, it was a tough and a hard game but we won. On the 25th of June, at the assembly winning buddy class was Room 23 and Room 36. We had alot of fun playing Tapuae and I would like to thank Mrs Hancook for this.

Food Technology

Half of Room 23 attend food technology with Mrs Garrett each day 5 during period 3&4. Our fisrt day at food technology we made milk shake and the week after that we dicided to make our own drinks. At Food Technology we have been learning alot on how to cook. On the past few weeks we have been cooking apple and cinnamon, any muffins we like, different type of biscuits, potatoe with mash potatoe inside. Before we start to cook we have to wash our hands for 20 seconds, dry our hands for 20 seconds, put on aprons and get out equipment needed. On the last few weeks we had to choose any type of food and each week we have to make it healthier than the week before. My partner was Fatai and we chose to cook Kebabs. Me and Fatai first cooked chicken kebabs and the next week after that we made fruit kebabs to make it healthier. For the last lesson me and Danielle Moore chose to make Macaroni Cheese, it was delicious. We have learnt that we always have to wash and dry our hands for 20 seconds before you start cooking.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

My Exposition


Breakfast has always been the most important meal of the day. Skipping breakfast is bad for your health and you are more likely to have an unhealthy lifestyle.

A good breakfast provides the nutrients that you need to start your day off right.
Weather you work at home, on the farm, at the office, at school, or on the road it is not a good idea to skip breakfast.

Eating breakfast every morning increases your ability, to focus on tasks at school and at work. A good breakfast gives you the energy you need to get through your day.

A healthy breakfast might be something simple like a hard boiled egg, toasts, and a bowl of whole grain cereal with low fat milk. Stay away from the sugary cereals, pastries and white bread because they are digested quickly.

Breakfast has always been the most important meal of the day but should not be the only meal for the day.

Leota Inoke

Coca Cola Netball

On Wednesday 20th May we had Coca Cola Netball Tournament. The Coca Cola Netball was held at Papakura Pulman Park. It was raining all day but all teams did there best to win. All teams had a really game. The toughest team we play was Kedgely. We won five games and we lost one. Pukekohe Platinum was my team and we came 2nd place.

Above, is my speech assessment. I did really good on my speech. Teachers Assessment: Well done Leota! A well- paced speech. Information was relevant for all members of the audience to think about.


On Thursday 25th June I was the last person present my speech to the class. I was assessed by Mrs Pearson. My speech was about skipping breakfast and how breakfast can effect you. My time was 2:40. I think I did really good on my speech.