- Room 13
- Welcome to room 13 A.K.A best class in the world! We have a big class room with 27 students in our class. We have a very musical class inspired by our teacher (Mrs Gribben.) We have a different teacher on Wednesdays & Thursdays (Mrs Ollerenshaw) She does P.E. & Art with us. We do this very fun homework called Current Events it involves a group of three. We have 10 questions which have happened in the previous week World-Wide. We start on Monday and mark on Friday. We do Ukulele as a class, we already know how to play C, F, G7 and AM. We've got a lot of tech. We have 3 purple mini ipads, 4 blue mini ipads, 4 normal sized ipads, 1 silver Mac books, 2 mini chrome books and 5 white Mac books. So that's that. by Dylan and Adam.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Staff Morning Tea
On the 26th May we held a staff morning tea to raise money for Nepal because of their recent earthquakes. Sam C came up with the idea and Mrs Gribben, Mrs Brown, Mrs Ollerenshaw, Sam C, Michael B, Adam D and Alyssa brought along baking and sandwiches were kindly donated by the Wakari Dairy, thanks to Ange L for organising that! There were lots of cakes, sandwiches, muffins and cupcakes and chocolate brownies. It seems that the staff liked it. After that the seniors got leftovers. It was tasty!
By Sam C and Anika
On Thursdays we have been learning about clay sculpting. We made Coil pots, they were a bit tricky as well.
YOU WILL NEED
- Get a plate of water with a sponge.
- Unfired clay
- Two ice block sticks and three long toothpicks.
1. Get a bit of clay and start rolling it.
2. Dab your finger on the sponge and gently rub the side of the clay and twirl it up as big as you want for the bottom.
3. After you have done the bottom, dab your finger on the sponge again and gently rub the top of the clay. Keep on building it up.
4. When you get to the top, join it together.
5. Roll a big ball of clay then squish it down to make a lid.
By Adam and Cam
Thursday, May 21, 2015
My Mums Glasses
Recently Mrs. Gribben's glasses went missing. We got them back luckily, and then we decided we would like to write a book about what the glasses may have seen during the event it is called "My Mum's Glasses". We are illustrating the book by drawing pictures and gluing our pictures on to the images Mrs Gribben took. We have a few kids on each character. We are going to sell it to make money for our Nepal Fundraiser for their recent earthquake.
By Anika and Ella :)