About Dion

“I always knew it was going to be hard growing up with a secret identity…”

My name is Dion. I was born in Auckland, New Zealand, to a mother called Mum, a father called Dad, and a machine called TV.

I like dinosaurs, space, music, movies, art design, and other stuff. I especially like chilled beverages.

I dislike egg, goopy tomatoes, and getting out of bed when I’m sleepy.

My favourite posessions are my laptop computer, my cell phone, and my guitars.

For a more objective look at me, I can offer some quotes from an old teacher of mine. Here are some excerpts from my 1994 primary school report – please note, there may be a slightly positive spin, as I think the teachers may have been told to be more encouraging in our reports, as to not give us children self esteem issues:

LANGUAGE: Oral and Written
Dion participates in group discussions and often has good ideas to offer. He writes descriptively on a variety of topics and especially likes to write imaginative stories which are enjoyed by all. He is skilled in proof-reading and editing his own work. Very good progress in Spelling.

READING:
He shows enthusiasm for books and reading independently and is able to find and organise information from his reading.

UNIT STUDIES:
Dion shows interest and good development in attitude, knowledge and skills in Science and Social Studies. Pleasing results in ‘The Seashore’ study.

MATHEMATICS:
Dion has continued to work hard in Maths, both in group work and independently. He has a sound understanding of Number operations and thinks logically when solving problems.

OTHER SUBJECTS:
He has produced some excellent Art works this year, particularly sketches which are interesting and detailed. He participates well in Physical Education and Fitness.

RELATIONSHIPS AT SCHOOL:
Dion relates well with peers and is a popular boy in this class.

GENERAL:
Dion has developed a more mature attitude and seldom needs a reminder to show consideration for others. Very pleasing progress in all areas this year.

“Excellent progress Dion. Well done.”
-The Principal

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