Wednesday, 4 September 2013

St Pius X Feast Day

On an awesome sunny day St Pius X School had their feast day. St Pius X school had their feast day on Friday 23rd of August 2013. When the bell rang everyone went outside to go and get prepared in the church to start the mass. The teachers told the classes one by one to go to the church to go and sit down so we could start the mass.

When the whole school finished going into the church they were ready to start. After mass finished everyone went into the hall and sat on the tongan communities mats inside the hall. Some of the year 8 girl’s came and cut the cake and gave it to everyone to eat, they told me it was a banana cake. After they ate the cake they went outside to go into class and get their morning tea.

After morning tea they went to the hall and showed our talent Room 1 and 2 was first then it went Room 1 2 4 3 5 6 7 that is how they put it and Room 3 waited until it was their turn to show their talent when all of the junior children finished we came next Ezra sang first and then Tokilupe was second to sing so they started with Ezra sang Haere mai he sang like a person welcoming someone and also he sang with a microphone.

When Ezra finished he gave the microphone to Tokilupe so she can sing something in the water and her voice was so pretty and then she sang everyone started to fall in love with the song she sang. After all of the classes had a turn it was lunchtime so everyone went to their own class and got their lunch and sat down and ate on the bench so when they had heaps of their fun playing they had to go in the hall for someone.

When lunchtime was over they headed to the hall and when they went there they saw a woman and her name was Linda she was going to play an instrument and that instrument was a euphonium and then she told them that she was the first Female to play a euphonium in New Zealand and also some people say that only men use to play that instrument in Tonga and she was the first female in Tonga to play that instrument.

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