Saturday, 21 September 2013

Spoken Poem

Where I come from, the breeze is best and the sun is most powerful
When you’re at the beach you might see
seaweed flowing to the shore
When you’re at the beach
You hear the seagulls squawking as they soar
You can taste salty sea water
You can hear waves splashing against slippery rocks

Where I come from, my school is full of knowledge
The world sees what we share through electronic devices
You hear round of applause
We are the champions at sports
We bring back the Shiny Shimmery Sparkling Trophies
We celebrate success
We get appreciated
At my school, we use the pt england way
We wear it with pride
And god is who we pray

Where I come from, my neighbours are louder than my sister screaming in my face
See kids running and playing down the street
Smelling something delicious cooking in the kitchen
Wondering what was cooking walking towards the door to have a quick peek
Mmmm! My mum was making butter chicken
I hear laughter coming from my sister talking on her phone all night
My sister always runs around to try and lose a pound
Where I live, I always feel safe and sound

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Hexagonal Learning

KAQ from Team 5 PES on Vimeo.

We have been doing some hexagonal learning in room 15. We had to make all of the hexagonal shapes connect. They had words on them which could some how connect with the others by having as reason why?

Monday, 9 September 2013

Spider Webb, decimals

Rainbow Warrior Bombing

Not exactly but close to midnight, two men suspiciously zoomed fast towards Greenpeace’s boat the Rainbow Warrior in their rubber dinghy. A lot of people were on the boat celebrating Steve, the director of the anti-nuclear movement’s 29th birthday.The two spies wore scuba diving gear, and dived underneath the boat and attached two limpet bombs.  The two spies surreptitiously snuck back into their zodiac and sped away. These spies were working for the French government. The party was so close to ending a lot of people left to go out and celebrate other things and some even went out clubbing. Leaving only a few partying on the boat.

“BOOM!” The first bomb exploded. “Abandon ship, Abandon ship!” yelled Peter Willcox the captain as he flew up from his seat. Four minutes later the next limpet bomb exploded, Tragically one man died. He was a Portuguese man and he was a photographer.

Well the police unfortunately didn’t find the two divers. They escaped on a yacht. Dominique Prieur and Alain Mafart, 2 of the spies who had hired a van to wait for the divers got found by the police and got arrested. They got sentenced to  10 years in New Zealand prison. However less than two years they got sent back to France. Later the French government paid $13m to New Zealand in recompense. The French did not stop their nuclear testing in the Pacific for another 10 years. The French government decided to test their nuclear bombing in French Polynesia instead of France, because if something went wrong it won’t affected the people in their country.