Ten thousand tourist visited Antarctica last year because of its beauty and its animals that haven’t yet been explored. Its beauty of the snowy animals is what makes it a unique land.


People need to visit Antarctica for many reasons like keeping all the data, books and the internet updated and to do that we need scientist to actually go and step foot on the wonderful Antarctica. If they can go why can’t other people who aren’t scientist go? Why can’t we be trusted?


Some people say you could just fly over but flying over sucks unless you just want to have a look not have the adventure. The plane would also run out of fuel on its trip so we would have to build an airport anyway so why not get off the plane and have a look around.


Antarctica is an amazing place that has yet been explored so why can’t we go?

SRC application


I would like to be the class SRC representative because I have never done it before but it is something I have always wanted to do. It will be a very good experience and I would be honoured to be your rep


I believe I would make a good representative because I am very organised and like to make sure everything is done correctly. I will bring my book to every meetings and always where my badge. In my book there will be notes on the conversation and what I need to tell you to sure I make the fundraisers are better than they were in previous years so we raise more money for the school


I will listen to the ideas of the class and take these back to the SRC group.  I also have lots of ideas myself to improve the school and for fundraising.


I don’t mind giving up my lunchtimes because I know I am helping the school.  I promise to always be there on time and to participate in what the group is doing.


And that is why I want 5/6B’s SRC rep for 2016

Thank you

how to cast on


• Wool
• 2 knitting needles
What to Do:
1. Make a slip-knot
2. Slip the slip-knot onto one of the needle.
3. Put the needle through the slip-knot.
4. Bring the wool around the back needle and put it inbetween the back and front needle.
5. Push the back needle in through the wool and put the new loop onto the other needle.
6. Repeat steps 2-5 until you have as many stiches as you want.

The lost suitcase


“Grandma,  do you have any pictures of when you were a little girl?” asked Tara, snuggling in close. ” I think I have some great ones of a holiday we went on when I was nine. They’re in a suitcase somewhere,” she replied. Do you know where it is grandma”? “We’ll look in the morning darling.” Ok, goodnight grandma ” said Tara. The next morning Tara asked if she could look for the suitcase. Yes darling we can look after breakfast.” So Tara ate her breakfast. Then they saw a broken window and grandma couldn’t find the suitcase the suitcase has stolen shouted grandma so we couldn’t look at, the pictures stumbled Tara . I’m afraid so said grandma but then they saw a man with the suitcase and he had a chocolate bar but they didn’t want to eat it. When they tied him to a chair and tikled him till it was torture but he hid the suitcase. So the suitcase was never found.               THE END.


Going to scienceworks


“we’re here! We’re here!” I said to my friend Shanice. We were at scienceworks at last. We were going there to look at machines and how they work. We went through the think ahead aarea and the sports area and one show on simple machines. In the think ahead area was all about the future and I made my future car and in the sports aera the running race and the rock climbing wall was intresting. I did the bike and skeliton thing. I saw how tall I am. We went into the rescue area and I went on the water skiing rescue thing and it was hard. I did the put out the fire thing. On the way back to school I got the seat that turns when you go around a cornner because we had a strecy bus. It was so much fun and we got back to school.

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