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Sunday, 5 November 2017

How to make polluted water into freshwater

Were we tasked to create a invention about how to make polluted water into freshwater. Here is our result!

Tuesday, 26 September 2017


We were tasked to define speed and find information about speed.

Sunday, 24 September 2017

globalisation poetry

we were tasked to write different styles of poetry that related to globalisation

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

W.A.L.T: write a story with an act of kindness

The lonely little girl in the winter woods

There once was a place called the winter woods. In the winter woods there were all narrow  trees stretching out to the sky and were coated with specks of snow. The pure white blanket of snow filled the land and only left the narrow rocky path remaining. There also stood a cold, timber bench surrounded by the frosty snow. And the green leaves crumbled into pieces like pie.

Surrounded by the frosty trees sat a lonely little girl called Olivia. This poor little girl hugged her warm puffy clothes and rocked herself. Cold mist blew out from her pink numbed lips and the wind blew her messy strawberry blonde hair that was tucked in her  maroon  woven beanie. Olivia had hazel eyes that reflected in the blazing snow.

Gradually the sky grew darker and darker and small spits of water fell down from the sky. The small girl looked up the gloomy sky and a small stream of tears ran from her hazel brown eyes. Quickly, Olivia ran to find some shelter and sat down and covered her face with her pale cold hands. She slowly wiped her eyes and tucked herself inside her aqua, puffed jacket and sat alone.

In the distance there was a small little emperor penguin waddling alone. The penguin glared down at his two little orange feet brushing through the icy snow. Eventually he looked up. In the clearing he saw a small little fort in the distance. He waddled over to observe the little shelter. He went inside to observe. As he looked straight ahead he saw the lonely little girl sitting wistfully. The penguin waddled up the little girl. Her face was tucked in her legs. Olivia looked up in shock, there stood standing right in front of her two little shoes was a penguin. The penguin brushed his fuzzy hands on the girls aqua blue puffy jacket and squealed at her. Olivia stretched up on her two feet and trudged outside as the little penguin waddled behind.

A few days passed and Olivia realized she wasn’t actually all alone after all. Beside her sat the little penguin. From that day on the penguin would always come over and comfort little Olivia.

Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Teacher poem

We were tasked to write poems about our teachers in Halsey Drive.