Sunday, August 20, 2017

What Now takes over Yendarra School

What Now takes over Yendarra School
By Mahaearoa Taupo
Year 4
Room 13 
 “Ronnie’s here!” everyone shouted with joy and excitement. We looked at Ronnie and it was like I was in heaven. We sat under the library that morning with smiles on our faces. It was like a dream but instead it was real life. He walked over and asked us some questions about the Pacific Islands like Samoa and Tonga. He also shared some riddles with us.

Ronnie Taulafo who is the presenter of the kids show What Now

My day got even better, we were one of the the lucky classes to get filmed in the morning. The camera guy was filming us in class and I was nervous because the world will be seeing us on TV. Some people who were on devices also got filmed. After that he filmed the group who was with Miss Ha’unga reading on the mat. However, after lunch was the best part of my day because it was the teachers versing the students on the obstacle course. Their team names were Yendarra Strikers (students) and Yendarra Shooters (teachers). We learnt how to do a mexican wave with the whole school. Then it was time for the obstacle course to begin. We counted down to three “Tasi Lua Tolu!” and Miss Ha’unga slid under the Zig Zag ropes. Miss Takai glided above a plastic pole on top of a pool filled with foam. Mrs Greig hammered the wood with her foot and catapulted three balloons filled with slime to Miss Peti. The teachers won and after the challenge they all jumped in the pool. I felt very excited to see them covered in foam. Everyone was laughing with joy and excitement, I had a great time. I didn’t want What Now to leave Yendarra School.  


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