Monday, 3 July 2017


We have be learning about Matariki stars and made a Google Slide about our learning. I made this with Ayaan and Neaam.

Friday, 30 June 2017

The Mighty Gorilla!

WALT: write a non chronological report

Remember to use:
  • an opening paragraph explain what your report is about.
  • headings and subheadings for the main body.
  • an closing paragraph, recapping on what you have written.
  • Pictures, maps etc with captions to explain what they are.
Remember to use fact not opinions.

The Mighty Gorilla
Gorillas are animals that live of dense forests in tropical Africa, such as Rwanda. Few animals have in sparked the imagination of man as much as the gorilla, the largest of the living primates and the last member of the ape family.

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What do Gorillas look like?
The gorilla is huge, with broad chest and shoulders. The face look big with large nostrils. Gorillas have one of a kind nose prints. These are just like human fingerprints.The arms are longer than the legs. The fully adult male mountain gorilla is twice as large as the female.
Gorillas are herbivores. A fully grown up manle can eat up to 20kg of food and that's a lot. They eat bamboo, stinging nettles, fruit, thistles, wild celery, variety of plants.
Gorillas live in dense forests and woodland in Africa. Some gorillas live on mountains and they live 10,000 feet up where it is cloudy,misty and cold.
Gorillas live in troops and the silverback is the boss. He chooses the place to sleep and where to nest in the trees. They use sight, smell and ears to find food at night and look out for danger. They are intelligent because they can learn sign language and use tools.

I think that we should protect the Gorilla because it is intelligent animal  related to us. We should leave them alone and make sure they have enough forest to live in.Image result for cartoon gorilla gifImage result for gorilla

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

forces and friction

I have be reminding myself about forces and friction.

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Save Our Sea

SINCE 1611 by Farman MOHAMMAD I have learned about looking after our sea by reducing,reusing and recycling

Friday, 2 June 2017

Samoan Language week

Here is a thinglink I made Samoan language week.

Tuesday, 2 May 2017


This year I am using e ako to improve my maths.

Science in a Van

We are so lucky that science in a van came to our school they told us about solids, liquids and gases. Here are two photos from the show