Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Room14's Got Talent

Another favourite song from the very talented Room 14 singers!

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

O 4 Awesome!

We're having fun learning lyrics to some of our favourite songs. We thought we'd share them with you in an interesting way.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Fun at the Disco

As waiting patiently for the bell to go, we rushed out the door while everyone sprinted like a cheetah. Jumping up and down, I hurried myself to get inside the disco but I couldn't because people were in line. As I made it through I was so amazed. Looking around, lights flash into my eyes. It look like I was going to cry. But suddenly I could feel the funky moves in my feet and I went so crazy. I jumped every where on the floor, screaming and laughing I went all over the place. I couldn't stop myself. As the disco finished I was so glad to see my friends laughing too.

The cool Disco

As soon as the bell rang for lunch we all ran to the hall in a line, waiting to go inside the hall for the talk like a pirate disco. Happily I strolled inside looking for my Friends to come and dance. It was so fun that I was going mental dancing all around the hall. During the song the Seniors paused the music and did a cat walk competition. Miss King announced that year 1 and 2 is first, so I waited patiently. After the cat walking for the year 1 and 2 the cool songs was played again. It was really fun!

Pirate Dress Ups

Yellow PIrate Ship

We all live in a yellow pirate ship,
a yellow pirate ship, a yellow pirate ship!

Plundering Pirates

Just as we thought we could settle down to work - after our cool assembly, in walked a band of plundering pirates all set to steal our hard earned treasure! Whatever shall we do!!!!????

Talk Like a Pirate Day

What a great way to celebrate all things marine, with a Pirate Day celebration. As usual Pt England School gets right in behind with dress ups, songs and all round hilarity!
Our assembly this morning was a little different - but we think pretty fun!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

The sticky, icky jelly

We chose an Ajective, a Verb, and an Adverb and we made up our own Noun to make 3 diffrent sentences with the same words and the same meaning. This is how it turned out to be.

The sticky jelly was spilled roughly on the ground. As the sticky jelly was deliverd it roughly spilled on the ground. Roughly spilling on the ground, the sticky jelly was allover the carpet.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

The Adventure of Sir Francis Drake

Sir Francis Drake was a strong, brave, yet not very nice man. However, he was a fantastic sailor. He was born in England and was encouraged by the Queen to circumnavigate the globe in his ship the Golden Hinde. During his voyage he stopped for spices, treasures, slaves and he also stopped for battles. It was a long adventure - nearly three years before he got back to England and gave to the Queen the goods that he had found.