Tuesday, July 5, 2011

MY Term 2 Highlights

Man,what a term it’s been! I mean it’s been one of the hardest term’s I’ve gone through! There were so many trainings I had to attend for the schools sports teams, designing signs to go around our school, producing PENN and much more.

One of the many highlights for me this term was participating in the schools Rugby team. I really enjoy training with my mates and we are doing really well this year and are hoping that we can go all the way. So far we have won the Auckland East tournament and are heading into the Auckland champion of champions tournament this Wednesday! Another thing that was related to Rugby throughout the term was some of my friends and I making the Bill Mclaren East Auckland team. I have really enjoyed the trainings and cannot wait for the tournament to come up!

Being able to go to the annual ‘I am making movies 2’ awards at the Auckland Museum was another highlight, making the actual movie was a highlight but making the finals for best documentary is a true honour. It was a wonderful experience especially getting to listen to an awesome all men choir! They were outstanding and really set the night!

Although this term would be the term where I was challenged the most physically it was still an enjoyable one. It was an amazing experience for me, especially sports. It’s been a term that I will never forget when I go onto college.

4 comments:

Andrea said...
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mum said...

Hey Dan, another really good post. I love reading your work. Dan I can see that you are doing heaps of neat things with Mrs Lagitupu and Miss Vaafusuaga and the team of sports coaches etc we have at our neat school. You keep striving for success in all realms possible Dan. We are so blessed that you've received all the wonderful things you have at PES. Looking forward to the rest of the year. Love you heaps Dan, mum xxx

South 13s said...

Make sure you get plenty of rest and eat well (GOOD food...) to counter all that physical activity you are doing. Its important to get the balance right so that you are in top condition physically and mentally when the big games and tournaments come around.

Manaiakalani said...

I am pleased to read about your experiences and achievements of the term Tanielu. You trylu have worked hard and it is great to see the rewards coming for you. One of the great thigs about this blog is seeing your wide range of interests and talents reflected here.

All the best for the final six months as you wrap up your primary school years in style and prepare for the wider world of high school :)

Mrs Burt