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Thursday, 24 June 2021

Trip to KPMG

 The trip to KPMG!


Yesterday the  year 7 & 8 extension group and a few selected group of year 7’s and 8’s went on a trip to a building called ‘KPMG’ down at the city, we left at 9:00am on a bus to the city. This was however my first time here, each term the extension group and others go down to KPMG. At KPMG we do many things like have a tour around the big building and onto each floor. It was quite a sight, many busy busy people. After touring we ate lunch which was multiple delicious food and did lots of experiments in groups. 


Experiencing this was a fun experience, all the facts we learnt there and this was a great learning opportunity to learn different things about space, working and many more.

The KPMG workers were all very kind and hard workers.


I would love to take another visit next term or perhaps another time!


Tuesday, 22 June 2021

Quality blog post challenge

 Quality blog post challenge 

 
Today in room four we learnt about 'quality blog posts' and different ways how to edit and make a quality
blog post, if you're gonna post your work it would be nice to make it a quality post so it'll be worth you're readers/viewers time.

Thinking Critically

                              Thinking Critically

   
 
Today instead of maths we've been given a literacy task in room 4, this was about thinking 
critically and about the understanding of articles/what we read basically.

Monday, 21 June 2021

Perfect Perimeter

                                  Perfect Perimeter

  
  
For Maths today we learnt about Perimeter and Area, we're learning to calculate area and perimeter.

Egypt information report.

                                               Egypt information report.

  • Tombs

                 People in egypt don’t Be put in graves and buried into the ground like usual Instead  they get put into tombs and wrapped in bandages, dead people are stored in tombs. Egyptians believed that once a person dies their spiritual body would continue to live in the afterlife, Tombs used to be dug in the dry desert but however this did not continue because Animals dug up the tombs. 

 

Since the people of  Egypt had many believes about the afterlife/ etc, in tombs there can be found things such as food, furniture and many other things a person would need in the afterlife.

 

Flat tombs that are made in Egypt are called mastabas, made out of mud brick or stone.

 

Mastaba - Wikipedia

  • Pyramids  

Pyramid, In egypt are made out of  limestone, pyramids are built by the egyptians and have been in egypt for centuries. Pyramids are also an tourist attraction and attract many tourists from all over the world. Pyramids are around 4,500 years ago.

Climbing pyramids are banned and dangerous and climbing an pyramid would give you around 3 years of prison.


Kiwi kids news read off

                           Kiwi kids news read off.     

  

Walt : Locate and summarise ideas within a range of text

Today for literacy we did a task about reading articles, Basically we went on a site called
'kiwi kids news' and found articles to read and then complete questions about the article we 
read. Feel free to check out articles in your own time if you'd like.

Friday, 18 June 2021

Dazzling Decimals

     Dazzling Decimals

We are learning to add and subtract up to three decimal places. We are learning to convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.


What is 244/1000 as a decimal? 0.244


What is 55/100 as decimal? 0.55


What is 12/1000 as a decimal?  0.012


What is ½ as a decimal?  0.5


What is ¼ as a decimal? 0.25


What is ⅕  as a decimal?0.2


What is ⅛ as a decimal? 0.125



0.45 + 0.42 = 0.87


0.56 + 0.17 = 0.73


0.67 + 0.91 = 1.58


0.555 + 0.014 = 0.569


0.7 - 0.45 = 0.35


0.55 - 0.45 = 0.1


0.76 - 0.29 = 0.47


2.5 - 0.78 = 1.72


1.7 - 0.999 = 0.701


0.934 - 0. 244= 0.69


0.944 - 0. 119 = 0.825


50/100 = 50%


1/10 = 10% 


0.4 = 40%

0.05 =5%

0.9 = 90%



Write the following as a decimal, fraction and percentage



Fraction

Decimal

Percentage

1/4

0.25

25%

1/4

0.25

25%

1/5

0.2

20%

1/8

0.125

12.5%


0.55

55%

5/1000/

0.005

0.5%


0.06

6%

2/2



1/50


 

1/25