Thursday, 23 May 2013


 Newspaper's help you find out what is happening everyday. Newspaper stand for  news on a paper. When it on a newspaper you can carry it around show it to people. The newspaper has news that is writing on it. You read it some people just look at pithers  The best place to look at pitchers is on a magazine but magazine carry out rumers about famous people so my advise to you don't become famous or even just picking your nose will be all over a magazine. Magazine have fashion tips on it. But back to newspaper news paper was invented way back in the 80s or 90s.. I found out that in the olden days when they cant't find. Somebody bad or missing they just print it on the newspaper and boom found.. 90 pacent of  people where found with just a paper that has writhing on it...


The game of NRL has rules and you have to follow the rules and if you don't.Then your not playing you will yellow card the yellow means you will set out for 5 or 10 minutes. The red card means you will be sent out for whole game and even maybe 4 games in the season. The rules keep you save there's rules about under the nipples tackle. Only one man strip and only 6 tackles per team. So have fun playing NRL follow the rules and pick your favourite team. I prefer Rabbitohs but it up to you..  

The Boston Marathon Bomp

The Boston marathon was a day that the people in Boston will never forget. It was just a normal day at the marathon. Thousands of people were in at the marathon. At the end marathon two dump and stupid boys had planted a bomb soon as the first man hit the line the explosion happened many people ran and some people stayed to help the ones that lost there legs brain damage. I GIVE A BIG THANK'S TO DOES HOW HELPED THAT HELPED  THE INJURED PEOPLE... Cheers

Tread light caravan

Following our 'Tread Lightly Caravan' experience the students of Room 7 decided to make a pledge. Change begins with one step in the right direction......we will all make a difference to save our planet Earth.

Monday, 20 May 2013

Biking Skills

On Thursday room 7 and room 10 went for biking lessons with two biking experts, Mr Jarvie and his Assistant. They came from a company called Bigfoot Adventures. Our lesson began in the classroom and it all about helmet safety.  Each one of got a helmet. My one was a shiny black with bright red trim and flame stickers. It had an adjustable lining which we were shown how to tighten or loosen depending upon the size of our head.  We learnt how to check our bike before leaving the room for the court area. I felt my pulse racing and thought that I was lucky to have this awesome opportunity.

We had partners and mine was Tino. We both smiled and looked around at Mr Jarvie.  We grabbed our bikes as they were unhooked from a big shiny trailer. Me and my partner had a green bike. It was as bright as a new leaf in spring. Well I had my own bike because there were sabre bikes. We got straight to the lesson. First we practised to zig zag between colourful plastic cones which dotted the dull grey concrete like an eye catching display and then it got hard the cones got smaller. We practised that upto morning tea.  After morning tea. We practised signs we learnt stop left right and had ten minutes free ride. I felt the cool wind blowing across my cheeks and in my dark brown hair. It was a great way to practise bike safety skills. A big THANK YOU to Bigfoot Adventures!