Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Treemendous Writing

Kokatahi-Kowhitirangi School would like the opportunity to upgrade their outdoor
learning areas. I would like to have an outdoor garden classroom with multiple sections
for different age levels.

My first reason why I like it is that it would be a great opportunity to learn about the
environment and work in a cool, shady area which will help many people relax, there will
also be small cut animals, such as rabbits and other smaller herbivores living in the area.
There will also be many insects to help keep it under control.

My Second reason is that we will be able to study the growth of many trees and plants,
also the younger kids will be able to learn about plants at a younger age, in lessons with
bonsai plants.

My third and final reason is that it will be a great opportunity for anyone to become an
environmentalist in their future lives and will have a slight head start because they will
have had a good idea of what they are doing from this learning that they will have at
primary school.

In conclusion, there is every single right for us to win because it is something that can
help everyone with looking after their environment.

Like I have already stated, it will have a big influence on our school to have an Outdoor
Garden Classroom because people will be able to learn about anything in the environment.

If you would like to know what it looks like, there is a link in the title and I will give you a
descriptive piece here as well.

There will be a big concrete building with no roof, and trees growing like crazy up
through the roof with vines dangling down. There will be a staff room through the
teacher's door, a small room with tables and bonsai trees with information plates on
them which the years 1-3 can water as it is through their door. Through the years
4-6 door is where all the trees and animals will be playing and the seniors will be trying
to look after them. There will also be space for the years 4 through to 6 to work and
learn in. Through the visitors door there will be a small screen were the visitors can learn
everything they need to know about our little area of learning and then they can walk
through the whole area through the doors connecting the sections together, then they
walk out of the teachers door after a hot cup of tea and a chat with the teachers.
When they leave they can walk out of the teacher's door still a visitor but pretending to
be a teacher.

So after my description and explanation of what we are planning to do, I would like it, no,
love it, if you picked our school for the ten thousand dollars and I would use it wisely,
making the outdoor classroom as wonderful as it can be, let it have more glory than it
ever has had before. Thank You for your time.

The End

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Animal Town

Animal Town

As the giraffe drove the yellow and white Volkswagen smoothly down the road.  The orangutan lounged lazily on the bench. The lion on top of the van was having a quick catch-up with the parrot before having a tasty meal, and the brown grizzly bear was preparing to pounce on the always alert, adorable meerkat. As the black & white striped zebra casually crosses the road on the zebra crossing, the giraffe sticks it's head out of the front window and keeps a lookout for other pedestrians. The luscious green grass and beautiful tall trees make a wonderful resting spot for a lazy Koala. It looks like paradise for herbivores and makes a good meal for carnivores if they get a good catch. The beautiful sun is slightly hidden by the white/grey clouds covering the wonderfully pale blue midday sky. The tinted grey windows obscure the private view of a standard hotel lobby where simple monkey checks in through a cheetah that is helping the monkey to know where everything is in the building. The hospitable town seemed a very comfy place for many animals, and they all seemed to be enjoying their day, even if it was their last.

Monday, March 11, 2019

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Temperature Graph For Today

How To Be Safe In The Sun This Summer

1. Put on Sunblock.
2. Wear a Sunhat.
3. Wear close fitting wrap sunglasses.
4. Have a shady spot to go to when needed.
5. Preferrably wear a T-Shirt with long sleeves.
Summer to see the Hokitika Gorge, Moeraki Boulders, and the Kumara Racers because when the sun is out and shining it is all very nice weather wise.

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Fundrasing for the Great Barrier Reef

1. Do a raffle and put all of that money to chimicals to help regrow the coral.
2. Do a sausage sizzle and give the money to DOC Australia to help the Great Barrier Reef.
3. Hold an action day where you can swim and plant coral in the Great Barrier Reef.