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Monday, 3 July 2017

End Of Term

It's the last week of the second term of school! at school, we've been doing some Matariki stuff and making awesome creations! yesterday (Monday) we started doing some inquiry projects, they've been so fun so far. Basically, our Teachers hung some paper around the classroom, next the students (us) went around the room and decided on what inquiry projects we were gonna do, you could do your inquiry projects on, dogs, horses, cars, planes, artists, technology challenges, rugby and other fun stuff!

Monday, 8 May 2017

New Classroom

Yesterday we finally moved into our new classroom!!!!!!!
it's so cool, we have heaps of new furniture, and if you have been to Gladstone School, for school, school visits or special openings, etc.
If you have then you must remember room 3 and the Library well that's our new classroom! I know right such a big space! there is a staircase by the door of the library, sorry Senior Hub, and that leads up to room three, sorry Senior Hub.
The pit is still the same but with a sliding door! yeah I know right? anyway,
that's still the same but with new furniture! and then there is the old dental clinic, that is now a really nice working space with furniture and a table that is also a whiteboard! we have them scattered around the room, one up the stairs, in room three, then one in the "Library", then there is the computer room where we store all our devices, after that there is our teacher's office, or "the soundproof room", towards the wall is some sinks and tote trays, the "wet area" and some windows looking into room 3, sorry "Senior Hub", finally there are cubby holes placed around the room too!

Sounds pretty cool right? yeah, it does!

here are some photos, just in case you didn't already have a picture in your mind......

Sunday, 7 May 2017


Last Friday, we went to Makoura college for technology, my friend said she didn't like it because she was in sewing and she doesn't like sewing, yet she wants to be a fashion designer what's up with that? anyway I'm in cooking and let me just tell you I LOVE COOKING, anywho well we made these delish buns they were soo good, well I'm so sorry but I don't have a pic or the recipe;-;

but when I do I will post it on here ASAP.

Why I choose Tomorrow When The War Began

I choose Tomorrow, When The War Began, because it sounded really cool, and other people encouraged me too, by saying they read it, but at the start, they didn't want to, but while they were reading it they fell in love, one of the girls in the senior hub, one of the teachers had to make her read it but after she loved it

and that's why i choose, Tomorrow, when the war began.

Tomorrow When The War Began

This week for reading we are doing a novel study!!!!! my friends and I picked a book called, Tommorrow, When The War Began By John Marsden, today we started to research our books a little so we know what we where reading and why. my friends and I made a Google Document with all our facts on it here is our information!

Tomorrow, When the war began

  • This book was published in 1999
  • The genre is Action fiction/Adventure fiction
  • There are 7 books in the series
  • Book quotes is (Their homes destroyed, Their families taken, Their country invaded)
  • John Marsden is a school principal and teacher
  • John Marsden was born on 27 September 1950, he is currently 66 years old
  • His spouse is Kristin Marsden
  • John Marsden works at the University of Sydney

Monday, 3 April 2017

What is ANZAC?

What is ANZAC?
1. Did you know the first official dawn ceremony was held in 1927 at the Sydney Cenotaph?

2. Also Gallipoli is not a town but a region. It is very near the famous ancient city of Troy?

3. were you aware that ANZAC also included British, Irish, Zion, Ceylon and Pacific Island officers?

4. Did you know Alec Campbell was the last surviving member of Anzac. He passed away on May 16th, 2002?

5. Red poppies made of light cloth or paper, they are traditionally worn on and around Anzac Day as a mark of respect to those who died while serving their country. Flanders poppies bloomed over the graves of soldiers in France and Belgium.

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