Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Proposed Hollyford/Haast Road

Hi today I will be talking about the proposed Hollyford/Haast road and I will be writing from the Tourism Operators/Construction Companies/Supporters of the road point of view
(Not that I want to)

We need this road because it will take less time, save fuel and we can charge the people that use the road so that we can get a little bit of the money back. Also as long as we have a quicker road people will use it I mean just about no one will want to sit in a car for 4-6 hours when there is a quicker road to go on…
TBC (To Be Continued)

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

my end of term emojii

The rainbow warrior bombing

The rainbow warrior bombing

Hello today I will be writing about the bombing of the rainbow warrior from the French government point of view (I DON’T agree with them this was simply a task for our school work)

1985 July 10

The bomb testing is good we can sell the bombs for money and we will be safe in a nuclear war. We are in our territory and we a far away from France. But the Greenpeace people keep getting in the way of our testing. How will we stop them? I know we will blow the ship up then they can’t get in the way of our testing. But for now, we have to test more bombs to see how powerful we can get them. The more powerful, the more money and protection we will have if there is a nuclear war

1985 July 10 (Evening nearly midnight)
We are in Marsden Wharf in Auckland and look there is the boat let's put the bombs on the ship before someone sees us. The bomb will go off soon and we won’t have to worry about them anymore. We will be able to test more bombs and we won’t have a bad reputation (When the ship was out at sea there was someone filming). BOOM we have gotten through the hull of the ship and it is sinking now.

Here are a couple of facts, a Portuguese crew member named Fernando Pereira was killed during the explosions on the 10 of July 1985.
And two people from the French government (Dominique Prieur and Alain Mafart) were arrested on 24 July and both were charged with murder, pleaded guilty to manslaughter and were sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment.

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

maths starter

for our maths starter today we did a problem where we had to make 17 with 3 numbers and here is how

this may look like it is 4 numbers but think again

there is a 12 a 2 and a 3

Monday, 11 September 2017

broken clock

today I figured out this clock problem. The line on the clock represents the crack. We had to make sure that both sides equalled the same number. I got 39 as the answer and I was right. It was mostly trial and error but I did some addition as well.