Today at Halswell Quarry I took this picture of all the different rock. We learnt how park rangers look after the park and all about the rocks.
Monday, 3 April 2017
It all started with Sam saying to Bob “Let's go for a walk in the woods”. They followed the track but then the track stopped and they were lost.
“We are still struggling in the woods, still going to die. How will we get out alive?” Sam said to Bob. “We won't but we might if we can go rob some food from someone”. “How will we do that?” “Go on an adventure to find some, it will be fun”
“We are still here we are never going to get home” cried Sam to Bob. “We could if we run super fast home”.
Monday, 5 December 2016
Bobby Bill Blue’s hair is black and short, he is 6 foot tall and very strong. He plays football for England and he is number 10. It is a magic shirt because he can teleport. When he plays football for Man City he is number 7.
His behaviour is very naughty. He hangs out with Joe Hart and James Millner. He meets them in a secret place behind a bookcase at his house, because they are not allowed to be together. One of his interests are to collect football cards, his favourite card is Messi and Pilie. His favourite magazine is Match of the Day. His favourite club is Barcelona. He gets very angry when Barcelona lose. His favourite player is Messi.
His accent is German. When he knows people he will not stop talking to them but, when he doesn't know people he will not say a word. He usually speaks with a loud voice as he is often excited or annoyed.
Bobby is mean to his friends. They get angry with him because when he is silly he makes jokes about his friends that they don't get, so they think he is evil. He lives in a mansion made out of shiny gold, it is tidy inside. He is rich because he has a robot. The robot is old and he will do anything to help people.
Sunday, 13 November 2016
Tuesday, 1 November 2016
Monday, 25 July 2016
Stereotyping is a rude way to think and say what groups of people are when they’re not.
Here are some examples of stereotyping:
‘All Indians work at KFC.’ I disagree with the fact because all Indians don't work at KFC because KFC is a very easy job to qualify for. They work in a range of jobs.
Another example of stereotyping is ‘fat people can’t run.’ I disagree because they can run just not very fast and it is because of their weight. Some fat people can run just not as fast as others.
Here is our final example of stereotyping - ‘All girls like pink and all boys like blue.’ I disagree because I know some boys that don’t like blue and some girls that don't like pink.
Overall I believe stereotyping is an unfair statement and sometimes it can a be rude way to put someone down and make them feel bad.
Tuesday, 21 June 2016
Outside ,adults ,teachers and kids play football on the field as Katherine runs, sweats, and kicks, amongst the kids.
Outside, trees, sticks, leaves, build a hut in the forest and people build, measure, think about how to make the stretcher under the shade the trees.