Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Journey to Awesomeness.


 This film shows you our most recent journey to awesomeness for a young and talented group of athletes from Glen Innes - Tamaki!

Journey to awesomeness was originally a film title made back in 2011. This captured the journey of a Pt England Sevens Rugby Team that won the AIMS games title in Tauranga. 6 years on here we are again!

 Happy 10th year anniversary Manaiakalani Film Festival. Awesome we get to share the celebration by contributing this film to be shared across our community of champion learners!

15 comments:

TJ said...

Shot boyz its me TJ congrats on winning and amazing film.

Makayla S said...

Kia ora boys, I really loved your movie about your achievement it was really heart touching. Great job on you're guys win, you guys did well. You's represented our school very well.

From Makayla

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rebecca @ Glen Innes School said...

Malo lelei Point England
Your guys movie looks great. Congratulations on your win. My favourite part about it was that all classes were watching and supporting you guys while you were at Tauranga playing rugby. This reminded me of when our school went to sports camp and won a couple of trophies. What was your best thing about going to Tauranga with each other besides playing rugby and winning?

Natalia@Glen Innes School said...

Malo e lelei Point England School,
I enjoyed watching your film. Sadly we didn't get to watch at the movies in Sylvia Park. My favourite part in this film is when you guys did the haka. What Was was your favourite part about this film?

Heather said...

Kiaora!

Beautiful movie boys. You guys have done me, the whole school and your families very proud. Keep doing what your doing and stay proud of who you are!

Varnce said...

Hi TJ that movie made me cried but want a want to say was that was amazing and that was cool that you won the aims games and i was pound of you and how you guys trained I wish I could be like you your the best.

From Varnce

Alo Hingano said...

Hello Pt.England school this is a great movie i really love and this is wonderful work keep up the amazing things that you guys do.

Shirley Penu said...

Journey to Awesomeness! Love it!! such a great achievement winning the Aims 7s Well done. Super Proud :)

Xyril said...

Kia Ora, my name is Xyril from St. Patrick's, Panmure.
I really like how you made a comparison for your Journey of awesomeness from 2011 and 2017. The Awesomeness of your Rugby games were really awesome. Keep up the good work guys!

Leilani @ Pt England said...

Kia Ora, It Leilani

Well done boys, we are so so proud of your effort that you put in to make you journey to awesomeness. That movie was touching and a great one too. Everyone at Pt england school couldn't be more happier to see that another group of boys made it too the 7 aim's team. Well all that training was worth it. Keep up the good work!! ;)

Mrs Lagitupu said...

Hi Ms Va'afusuaga and the Rugby 7s Team. Congratulations on the win. That was such a huge achievement. Thank you for sharing your journey to awesomeness with others. Wishing you all the best for the future boys. You are great ambassadors for our school. I am so proud of you all. Well done.

Mrs Lagitupu

Mamarae said...

Kia Orana Boys, My name is Mamarei and i'm from Pt England School. I !!LOVED!! your Manaiakalani movie 1000% because in my head i'm getting a feeling that you boys are trying to inspire children in the whole wide world to follow there !DREAMS! just like you because you boys have been following your !DREAMS! on becoming amazing rugby players

Awhina said...

Hi TJ that movie made me cried but want a want to say was that was amazing and that was cool that you won the aims games and i was pound of you and how you guys trained I wish I could be like you your the best.

From AWHINA

Kaue Pakalani said...

This brings me to tears everytime I watch it. So proud of you boys!