Wednesday, 11 December 2019

The Block - Project

In many countries poor family's 
are using cheap materials to build 
a roof under there head, here are 3 country's that 
People use cheap materials.
People around the world are using things that are very cheap to build there self a house, the reason why they are building house using cheap materials because they can't afford timber and other expensive material.

South Africa, here's a person who made a house out of bottles.

Burkina  Faso: A family belt a house out of straws/hay.

In Europe, A man built a house out of salt blocks.


Friday, 6 December 2019

Summer learning journey. Activity 3 DAY 4

I think that it is a good idea because many of the Mexicans are sneaking in drugs into the United states and many more are still doing it. I think the building the giant wall between the UK and Mexico is a very good idea. 

I also think its a good idea because Mexico is dangerous and many gun fight happen near the UK boarder, were they try to smuggle drugs in the UK. It also helps the police officers to not get hurt if the Mexicans have guns, also helps the Police officers not going back a fourth to the UK boarder.

I really do think that the wall is great and should stay like that forever.

Summer learning journey. Activity 2 DAY 4

Water pollution

Every year our sea creatures are killed day by day. This is happening because of us. Us humans are killing our sea creatures which is wrong, how do we do this? We are polluting the waters with chemical waste, throwing rubbish into drains and rivers, waste material and many more. 

If it continues humans won't do what they love, and what they love is swimming fishing, spending time with each other and more. We keep polluting the waters we won;t do these things with our family.

But if we reduce it we would do these with family, swim in the beach, go fishing with your dad, spend time with one another. That's how our sea waters should be like, clean and nonpollution. 

Wednesday, 4 December 2019

Summer learning journey. Activity 1 DAY 4

 List 5 changes that you will change your school for 
one week.

  1. Were mufti the whole week and play games outside.
  2. No learning for one day, but free time the whole day.
  3. Swimming for 2 hours in the pool.
  4. Do learning only for on day and no games at all.
  5. last one will be playing games on your netbook.
If I do these things I will be called the coolest principal in the school

Summer learning journey. Activity 3 DAY 3

My inspiration is my mum, because if it wasn't for my mum I wouldn't be here. If it wasn't for her, I wouldn't be at school today. The reason why I picked my mum is because she was with me throughout my whole life, and she also stayed with me 24/7 when I'm down and sick. My mum and dad are my everything. They mean so much to me, that's why I protect them from negative things. I love my mum and I know that you love your mum too. 

Summer learning journey. Activity 2 DAY 3

Candice - "I am proud of my family and friends because if it wasn't for them, I wouldn't be here at this very moment learning"

Lilo - "I am proud of my Family but mostly my parents because if it wasn't for my them I wouldn't be here"

Richie" I am proud of my education, because of how good I am doing at school.

Summer learning journey. Activity 1 DAY 3


Credit: Viliami.M

Tuesday, 3 December 2019

Summer learning journey. Activity 3 DAY 2


Summer learning journey. Activity 2 DAY 2

What I think?

I think that both gender players should get the same amount of money. Why I think this?. I think this because we are all human beings and we are one, women's work twice as hard as men's do. I think that the person who said that women's should get less pay then men's and men's get paid more then women's do is a very stupid person. So my conclusion to this is that we should all get the same amount of money...... I am a boy who is 12 years old, but I will still debate on the fact that people should not be getting different amount of money weather it's a man or women both gender should get the same amount money.

Summer learning journey. Activity 1 DAY 2



Activity 1: Faster than a speeding bullet
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is a world famous athlete (sprinter). 
She currently holds the record for the 100m sprint and has 
been crowned “world’s fastest woman” a record four times!
Shelly-Ann was born and educated in Jamaica, a small 
country in the Caribbean that has produced many 

successful athletes and sportspeople. During her 
college years she did well in athletics, winning the Jamaican 
Schools Championships at the age of 16. She subsequently 
went on to win many races at both the Olympics and the World 
Championships. Over the years people have compared her 
running speed and that of other elite sprinters, like Usain Bolt,
 to many things, including animals!
When people make these comparisons, they often say things
like: “Shelly-Ann is as fast as a cheetah” or “Shelly-
Ann is fast like a fighter jet”. These comparisons are
examples of similes. In many cases, similes are not exactly true.
For this activity, please create four new similes. 
You can use the starters below or you can make up your own.
… is as fast as… (eg: The brand new Ferrari
 is as fast as a lightning bolt)
… is as tall as…
… is as small as…
… is beautiful like...
On your blog, share the similes that you
 have created with your readers.

Monday, 2 December 2019

Summer learning journey. Activity 3

Activity 3: Big Friendly Giants
Roald Dahl was a British writer, fighter pilot, spy, and inventor.
 He is best known as an author having written dozens of books, 
 books, including the BFG, have been made into films. Have you seen 
any of them?
In each of Roald Dahl’s books there are many unique characters, 
including adult villains (the evil, nasty characters) and good, 
kind-hearted children. There are also a number of unique words - 
words that Roald Dahl created all by himself. Here are some 
examples: Scrumdiddlyumptious, catasterous disastrophe, 
sizzle pan, bundongle, churgle, darksome, snozzcumber, frumpet, gollup, grunches, and mideous.

Ronald Dahl BGF

The BFG stands for The Big Friendly Giant. The Giant has big ears, a very big mouth and all of the things that a human has the giant has it too but bigger. 

What I think The B F G looks, He looks tall, he looks very old, he's big, he has hair in his ear, he has a big nose, and he is wrinkly.
Thats basically all I know about the BFG 

Summer learning journey. Activity 2

Activity 2: Exploring Our Roots
Taika Waititi is a New Zealand filmmaker, director, actor and comedian. 
He has produced and/or directed a number of popular films including “Boy,” 
“Hunt for the Wilderpeople” and “Thor: Ragnarok.” As a child, Taika Waititi 
lived in Raukokore (a small town on the East Coast of New Zealand). When
 he graduated from secondary school Taika moved to Wellington to study 
drama at Victoria University. Despite moving away from home, he has 
never forgotten his family or his roots (where he comes from).
Speaking of roots, Taika comes from a culturally diverse family. 
His dad is Māori (Te Whānau-a-Apanui) and his mother is Russian-Jewish. 
I, on the other hand, am Pākeha (New Zealand European). Most of my 
ancestors come from England. When I talk about who I am, and introduce 
myself to others, I sometimes use a pepeha.

Tena Koutou Tena Koutou Tena Koutu Ka Tua
Ko mt wellington te Maunga
Ko moana te Awa               
 Ko new zealand te iwi
No glen innes ahau*,
Ko Mafua toku pāpā /koroa
Ko Marryan toku māmā/kuia
Ko seta kepa toku whaea/matua
Ko  Mathew toku ingoa

Tena koutou tena koutou tena koutou katoa

Summer learning journey. Activity 1

Image Attribution: Universal Studios,


Activity 1: New Zealand Royalty
‘Lorde’ is a New Zealand singer who rose to fame in 2013 with the release of her 
song Royals. She currently has over 6 million followers on both Instagram and 
Facebook and close to 8 million followers on Twitter. Lorde has won many 
awards and influenced many people with her music and her original dance moves.
Lorde’s real name is Ella Yelich-O’Connor and she was born in Auckland, New 
Zealand in 1996. Her mother, Sonja Yelich, is Croatian and her father, Vic O’Connor, 
is Irish. Lorde’s parents encouraged her to read a lot as a child. They also encouraged
 her to follow her passion. Lorde started performing covers (other people’s songs)
 when she was at intermediate school and started writing her own original music
 as a young teen.

Friday, 29 November 2019

Shoe design

Here is me and my friends shoes design for elderly people. My shoe has a zip were old people can store there Medical Tablets. My shoe also glows in the dark with its normal colors. My shoe is also light, very colorful, very doesn't feel heavy when you walk and many more.

Credit. Po.M

Monday, 18 November 2019

Maths 2

2. Eva, Tamati, Noah and Jo are looking at these shapes.
Eva says, "Hey, the first shape is the odd one out."
Tamati says, "No, Eva, the second one’s the odd thing out!"
Noah says, "No, it’s the third one!"
Jo says, "Well you are ALL wrong! The last one is clearly the odd thing out."
Who is right and why? It will be the first one because the first one has no other faces.


  1. Ravi enjoyed designing plans for a castle so much that he decided
  2. to have another go.
This time, instead of using cubes to make the castle he has used cuboids.
(Cuboids are also called rectangular prisms).
The front view of his new castle is drawing A; the top view is drawing
B; and the side view is drawing C.
Build a castle to Ravi’s design using the cuboids.
What is the largest number of cuboids that you can use
in the construction of a castle from Ravi’s plans?
B, because it bigger then the others
What is the smallest number of cuboids that you can use
in the construction of a castle from Ravi’s plans?
B and C, because they both have 9
Can you build a symmetrical castle that is different from
any of the ones you have built so far? Yes
How many symmetrical castles can you build to Ravi’s specifications? 

Is it possible to design plans for a castle so that it can only
be built in one way (uniquely)?

Thursday, 14 November 2019

Promise - Narratives

Here is my reading presentation on 
a book I was reading called Promise.

The book is about, 5 teenage kids in a bunker.
The reason why there in a bunker because a disease broke loose.
They tryed to stay low so they won't get infected.
But in the meantime they were explore the place out and they kinda liked it, there was food, water, blankets and many more. The all appointed Noah or Noah himself to be leader, nit only that they made a agreement to not go outside until the food is all out.
But either then that they stayed in the bunker. 


 Here is my Maths work of Geometry.
It was really hard but, it all paid off.

My Maths work explains how I do my Maths
and how I explain my answers.