Tuesday, October 21, 2014
It’s really important to keep your hands clean, why? It takes away 99% of the bacteria in your hands.
Washing your hands can keep you healthy and clean. If you’re used to washing your hands every time after you eat or go toilet then that’s good. However, if you’re not that person then I suggest you start making a habit of washing your hands now. This is the best way to prevent getting sick.
It can also prevent us from spreading diseases to other people. The most important times to wash your hands is when you go toilet, after you eat and even when you've finished playing outside. You have to use soap because if you use no soap germs could still spread.
For example doctors always wash their hands before and after they've checked a patient. They try prevent themselves from getting germs that the patients have. Even when you’re at home trying to cover up a cut then you must wash your hands after you’re done.
Not only is it important to wash your hands, it’s important to wash and keep your body clean.
Monday, October 20, 2014
Why is it important to have class rules you ask? Well, what would it be like having no class rules? There would probably be bullies, a lot of things breaking, no manners, disrespectful kids, swearing and more.
Luckily our class and school isn't like that. We have a lot of class rules, if we wear shoes in class then we have to write shoe lines at detention, theres also a rule where were not allowed to chew gum or else we’ll have to write chewing lines. Our school has rules that keep us safe and well.
Class rules can keep us away from violence, destructions and much more. It can keep our environment much more safe. People that have problems with manners can learn a lot from class rules, they can become a better person.
If our school had no rules, maybe it wouldn't be how it is now. There would probably be more fights, more chaos, maybe our school would be known as a dangerous school. These things are all possible but with school and class rules, it would make probably be impossible.
Just remember class rules can really help a lot of people, it can keep every school safe. Maybe it can lead some people to getting scholarships.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Walking to school, I kept thinking about what our topic was going to be about. At our school we always have a topic to learn about, we also have a immersion assembly every term. For those who don’t know what a immersion assembly is, well it is a assembly we have on the first day of school, each team have to perform a item that relates to our topic.
After we sang our national anthem, Mr Burt (our principal) said a big “Welcome Back!” He then handed it on to team 1. Team 1 did a item where they went to the beach and to see the environment to inspire them with their art. The only thing I like about their item was how they were chucking out chocolate fish.
Team 2 did a item about primary colours. They played a little movie at the beginning that shows all the primary colours and what colours it makes when you mix two of the primary colours together. Team 3 did a item about artists. Mrs Barks (the storyteller) said each of the artists names and explained a little information about what they did and what their artwork was about.
Team 4 did a item which was similar to team 3’s one but we all had to vote for the best artist by clapping and whoever got the loudest claps then obviously they won, and that was the New Zealand artist. One of the artist from team 4’s item was Monet, his artwork was pointillism, it was really interesting.
Team 5’s one was just painting a portrait upside down and a little clip was playing in the background. As soon as they took their artwork off and put it up we all laughed because it was an artwork of our principal Mr Burt, and our two deputy principals Mrs Jarman and Mr Jacobsen.