Monday, 10 December 2018

Paddle Boarding

This week in Room One we went to camp in Westport.

My favourite part of camp, was paddle boarding. I really enjoyed how relaxed and calm the water was. It was really interesting seeing the fish and whitebait swimming underneath the board.

Floating down the river felt weird at first but then I got used to it after a while. Jack Rowe, Isaac and I were in the front most of the time, which was surprisingly fun because we were racing each other.  

Going under the Buller Bridge was kind of scary, hearing the echoes of the cars and of the water crashing against the poles.

At the end of the river when we finished Paddle boarding we all went for a refreshing swim which we all really enjoyed.  

Wednesday, 5 December 2018

In Room 2

On Wednesday, Room 2 went to Dixon Park and had some hot chips there. It was exciting there and there was a flying fox. It wasn't really fun because it was a small one. There was this circle that everyone sat on and spun around. Everyone loved it because it was going to fling off. After that, Room 2 drove to Greymouth swimming pool. It was really amazing there. The year 3s and over could go on the deap side and year 1s and 2s stayed on the swallow end. We were underwater touching the bottom and some people were racing from side to side. When the sprinklers went off, the water dropping from the buckets were knocking everyone's goggles off. There was also this water sprayer when it was spraying and ekoed inside. Then everyone drove back to school and it wasn't home time so everyone had a little bit more fun outside.

Room 1 Camp

Bang! Crash! As I on the paddle board I feel the water hit me. I feel alive.The only thing that is going through my head is how refreshing the water will be. Splash! I fall in. A gigantic smile runs through my face.

I feel refreshed. As the salty aerated water runs down my throat I gag. I see the slimy,green rocks at the bottom of the water.I hear people yell in the distance. It was an exhilarating experience.

Tuesday, 4 December 2018

We are learning to write a descriptive writing

descriptive writing

We are learning to write a descriptive writing 

Bang the race starts. I whooped off the diving board my
friends shouting at me! All I here is Go! Go! Go! We can win this! I'm so under pressure.I can just smell  that bubbly, salty, gooey chlorine. Just listening to the carbonated water I can't do it I just can't. Yes you can someone says to me in my head. My mind is exploding with thoughts. I won! I won!

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Friday, 30 November 2018

We Are Learning To Write Descriptive Writing

In the holidays my family and I  went to the beach and watched the sunset.

I step onto the beach. Pink and orange clouds as the sunset takes place. The warm breeze feels like a blanket over me. My head leans to the side as I relax. The sun slowly  goes down then disappears and went dark and quite.

" I wonder what tomorrow's sunset will be like" I say to myself.

Tuesday, 2 October 2018

The room was a mess

The room was mess

A mountain of clothes making a misty feeling in the air. There was mountains of stuff on the floor, no longer being able to see the carpet. Makeup and Lego bits scattered all around the room. Everywhere I looked, looked like a bomb of makeup and lego exploded leaving a mess all around. The carpet in the room looked like dust mites lurking in it. It felt like I was stuck in a rubbish dump. The room was misty, dusty and damp I could barely breathe.Related image

Tuesday, 4 September 2018


Saturn is a long, long way away from the sun and Earth. It's the sixth planet from the sun and the fourth planet away from Earth. From the Earth it can be easily visible. Saturn's average distance from the sun is 1.4 billion kilometres.  It is 58,232km in diameter which makes it the second largest planet in our Solar System.

Saturn moves like Earth but with some differences. Like Earth it orbits the sun but it takes 29 years. Saturn the day will be 10 hours and 42 minutes long. Saturn rotates faster than earth and Saturn spin anti clockwise and Earth spins clockwise.    Saturn's surface degrees is 139 Celsius. Its gravity is 10.44 meter per second. Saturn has 62 moons and 7 rings Saturn also was named after Roman mythology in 1610.