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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

This is about should sun hat's be allowed at School and why should we have them at our school. Should sun hat's be allowed at School?


Do you want to get skin cancer? {No} because lately children are getting skin cancer and if you are on the beach you should put on some  sunscreen always you could get skin cancer and it’s not good for you?  


Firstly I believe: we should always wear hat’s when it’s hot and put on some sunscreen on to just incase we might get sun cancer or sun burnt.


Secondly  I believe: that we should all bring a drink bottle to school so you don’t need to wait in the hot sun just waiting  for a drink  after playing sports & you can bring your own drink to school?


Thirdly I believe: That we should wear hats when wear playing sports just to  be a healthy student & protecting our head from getting brain damage?

Lastly I believe: We should alway wear a hat outside and on a hot day and we should put some sunscreen on when it’s hot just incase we get skin cancer or sun burnt & we should always protecting our heads?

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Sewing Reflection...

This is our Technology That we did this year and I kinda of liked doing this but it was quite hard to sew because I'm not good at sewing and I didn't even know how to sew and now I do.


Friday, 10 March 2017

Rubbish bins


Rubbish bins
I honestly  believe that we should have our rubbish bins back:

Firstly I agree with having our rubbish bins back because it stinks our  bag’s out and  if  you have fruit! It might make your bag sticky and  if you have fruit snacks or snacks  they will stick to our bags.           

Secondly  I disagree of getting  our rubbish  bins back  because some of us don’t even put our rubbish in our bag’s  they just chuck it in other people's bag’s or chuck it on the ground.

Thirdly I agree getting our rubbish bins back because our school is getting dirty and some people don’t   pick the rubbish that they drop they just leave it there and then other people have to pick it up and sometimes they don’t even pick any rubbish up they just run straight past it for other people.
Lastly I agree getting our rubbish bins back because it makes us do more work when we get home and our bag’s will be filed of rubbish and it would look yuck if you had fruit in your bag like a banana cause the skin will go rotten and that will be in your bag and your parents would not like that and it would be so yuck.

Friday, 14 October 2016

How to make Gloop :)

How to make Gloop

2 cups PVA glue
½ cup cold water
A few drops of food colouring or dye   
2 tablespoons soap flakes
1 cup boiling water .

that is how we are  going to  make it. just like that.  
Then you mix the cold water with the glue and food colouring in a bowl.

And when you make this make sure you have  washed your hands  to be clean.
Then you mix the cold water with the glue and food colouring in a bowl.

Then you have to poured the soapy liquid into the glue and then start stirring it.
That is what blue Gloop looks like?
These are the food colouring that you have to use.
And you don’t have to use these colours it’s just to show you  what they look like even if you seen food colouring.
If you play with it or stretched it too much it go’s thicker and thicker

It’s tough and shiny and stretchy .  
This  is the rainbow  gloop mixed with all of the rainbow colours made of  of food colouring  and PVA glue and cold water and boiling water and tablespoons soap flakes. And the person that made this had washed his or her hands before he or her touched it.

Monday, 15 August 2016

Learning about Greece

BY Tahnellah And Simonie-lee Darnica 
In our class we are learning about Olympics. We had to chose a country and our one is Greece. We used Google slides to  make our side show. We found the information about the flag was easy.
I want to lean next is a different country. 
As you can see down bottom is Greece information. {bye} hope you guy's like it. 

Wednesday, 29 June 2016

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