Monday, March 25, 2019

Christchurch Attack

On Monday we had an assembly to remember & honour the victims & their families of the terrorist attack in Christchurch last Friday. We wore ribbons on our right wrist to represent Canterbury and the victims who died. Ms O'Connor, Mrs Benton, Mr Ohia and the priest from the Samoan church all spoke and we sang a song too. During the raising and lowering of our flag to half mast we sang our national anthem. After, back in class we wrote messages on our ribbons to the families and friends of the victims and then tied them to the front fence along side our 50 broken hearts which represent the 50 victims of the Christchurch terrorist attack.






6 comments:

  1. I did not really like this day it was so sad. I felt bad for all the people who lost there family members.

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  2. I did not like this day at all. It was the saddest day of my life.

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  3. Hi,it was very sad that day as 50 people was killed.

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  4. Hi, Its Henry! R.I.P all them who got shot by the terrorist
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  5. Hi He Puna Hangananga
    It was really sad that day when 50 people where killed in Christchurch. It was not nice.

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