We are a Year 5 and 6 class at St Patrick's School in Auckland, NZ. We are in Room 7 and our teacher is Mr. Bell.
Kia ora my name is Quin from kawakawa primary I really like the thought and effort you put into this and good needs.
Kia ora my name is Joshua from kawakawa primary I really like the thought and effort you put into this and good needs.
Kia ora my name is Waekamania from Kawakawa primary school. I really like how you fundraise for things because we do the same, we fundraise for Kapa Haka and school trips.
Kia ora my name is Ngapua from Kawakawa primary school. I really like how you fundraise for things because we do the same.
Hi congratulations on the successful fundraiser and for a good cause. It looks like it was fun hopefully the Holy Cross Orphanage in India appreciates what you have done.Our school also does fundraisers.
Kia ora my name is Honekai from kawakawa primary school i like that you.I reameber when we were fundraising for our kapa haka trip. keep up the good work.
Hi my name is capri i go to kawakawa primary school i really like what you gise are doing for India that is so leadership and responsibility for supporting them and that was cool activity's you gise did.
Kia ora my name is Bobbie-Jo and I am from Kawakawa primary school. I really like that yous fundraised and had a mission day. I wish that here at this school can have an activity like that cause it sounds interesting. Did you enjoy having that day.
Hello I'm Awatea from Kawakawa. I'm sure they will appreciate what you have done for them. Come visit my blog. kpsawateah.blogspot.com
Hi my name is Hannah,I really like that you were raising money for a good cause. It was good that everyone had fun. I am sure that the Orphanage would really appreciate the money. What kind of events, did you have at the stalls.
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Hello Saint Patrick’s I’m Billy from room 8 at Karoro School, it looks like you guys had lots of fun during the Missions day activities. It is really thoughtful and helpful to the kids that don’t have the food or shelter that we have. I hope you guys got to have fun doing the activities.Your arts and crafts stool looked really nice. The things hanging off the table were pretty cool.$1200 dollars for the Holy Angels Orphanage! That’s a lot. I bet the Orphanage is very grateful for how much you guys raised for them. I think that they should spent the money on food and clothes for the orphans there. The photos that you guys took looks like everyone is having a great time at the activities. The food looks really good. If in your spare time you could look at my blog that would be really nice. Anyway, keep up the good work and posting.
Hello Saint Patrick’s,I’m Clem from room 8 at Karoro School. I really liked how you successfully raised money for Holy Angels Orphanage in India. It was really thoughtful of you to give money to people that don’t have a lot of food and shelter. I think an orphanage is an a important place because it gives children that don’t have a home a home.It looked like you had lots of fun and lots of fun activities and stalls. I liked the look of the cups one because I would like to have a go at building towers out of cups. I thought it was really helpful for families and the community to contribute to the stalls.It looked like you all had a great time and raised $1200 successfully. I think the orphanage should spent the money on food, drink and clothes. Keep up the great work and posting.
Hello Room 7 My name is Eamon and I am from Karoro School, Greymouth. It was good that you raised that much money for the Holy Angels Orphanage. Those Orphanages spend a lot of money getting those children fed clothed and schooled it was very nice that you gave money to people that need it. I liked the photos that you showed. The things that were hanging off the table looked cool. When I looked at them it looked like they were flowers were they? It was good that families and communities helped out. In the first photo there were two people with Nerf guns. What were the Nerf guns for?