Friday, 23 March 2018

Science blog

When science had began our whole class got science books to write down the safety rules.
  • Always put your bag under the desk
  • wear goggles when heating substaces or heating chemicals 
  • listen to intructions before you start particals 
  • No eating or drinking in the science lab 
  • Tie up long hair while doing any exsperiments 
  • wash you hands after particals 
  • tidy up after every partical 
  • Use both hands and be carefull and not jumpi8ng around while holding equitment
  • Do not touch any chemicals with you bare hands 
  • Do not sniff any chemicals but only warft with your hands 
  • Put broken glass pieces in the broken glass bucket 
  • When accidents happen always inform the teacher
  • Don't play with any equitment
We also learnt about lighting a bunsen burner 

  • Connect the rubber tube to the gas tob 
  • Close the air tube 
  • Light the match and bring it to the top of the barrel burner 
  • Turn the gas top on 
  • Open the air whole 

We also learnt about the planets

  • Murcury
  • Venus
  • Earth
  • Mars
  • .Jupiter
  • Saturn 
  • Urannus
  • Neptune 
The structure of the earth/Earth is made up of 4 layers 

  • Mantle
  • Crust
  • Outter core 
  • Inner core
  1. Crust
It is the earth outter most and thinnest layer around 30km thick .

2. Mantle is the denser layer mantle of lot.
Semi solid rock located below the crust about 3000km.

    3. Outter core is the only liquid layer mostly made of iron and niekkle around 2300km thick 

    4. Inner core is an extremly hot layer,solid layer made of mostly iron.

Types of crust here are two types of crust

  1. Continental crust - thicker layer 
  2. Oceanic crust - thicnner layer 
Inner core is the lattest layer 
Why is it still solid even though the outter core is liquid 

*Key word - preasure 

*The inner core remains solid because the preasure from the top layer 

* Allows particals to move and here remains solid 

*Crust is divided into two - lithosphere and asthenoshere.

*lithosphere is the rigid lower part of the earth consisting of the crust and upper mantle 

* Asthenosphere is the upper layer of the earths mantle,below the lithosphere in which there is relatively low resistance to plastic flow and convection is thought to occur.


volcanoes are substanced by subduction rifting hots spots the tectonic plates move over a fixed hot spot. It also erupts when it it transformed its boundary and when the plates slide together.

Monday, 11 December 2017

Andrew Patterson and Raenan inspiration talk

11/12/17 9:30 Kia ora and welcome today we had two special guest come to our school and talk about what its like at collage we had Mr Andrew Patterson and Raenan an ex student of P.E.S came to our team five block Andrew had asked raenan a few questions about what its like and how did u feel when you first walked into tamaki collage he was worried but luckily he had friends that he knew very well.

One of his goals were to be deputy head boy for year thirteen and what do you know he became deputy head boy of tamaki collage he achieved his goal well done raenan keep it up and congrats for next year and I would like to give a huge thank you to Mr Andrew Patterson for bringing raenan to share his story about what it was like for him and to experience what we will feel when we walk into those front gates.

Thank you Mrs Andrew Patterson and raenan for giving us your time well spent about how it would feel when we become year nine.

Thursday, 7 December 2017

Decimal intructions

WALT - Use different strategies to solve addition and subtraction

Hi and welcome this here show you how to expand numbers and what this presentations about we are learning how to expand these numbers in the correct order go threw to see more about what I've explained leave all your comments down below.

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Considering other peoples view point

WALT: Consider someone else’s viewpoint

This week we are learning to take part in other peoples viewpoint and also considering there side of the six statements read all of my statements about why I agree and disagree there are six statements to read from see which ones your favorite Here's a video down below this is one that should really come to mind. Considering other peoples view point - VIDEO

Monday, 4 December 2017

Time for decimals

WALT - Use different strategies to solve addition and subtraction

Hi this here is a presentation all about solving decimals there are six slides to go threw have a look and see my answers leave all your comments down below thank you.

Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Child tooth Decay in NZ

WALT - I am able to distinguish between fact and opinion by identifying relevant language features  

Hi this reading activity that I have completed is based on tooth decay and how tooth decay can be bad kids all around the world it tells us how we can protect our teeth and how to provide for our tooth care read threw to see some of my answers I have answered for this presentation.

Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Maths Problems

Walt: Solve measurement, algebra and fraction problems. Correctly solve problems of perimeter, metric conversion, equivalent fractions and algebra.

Our task was to solve the missing numbers in each empty box. We needed to make sure that the number we put in, has the same numbers on the sides. The first 2 slides had to be made with addition, the box on the first slide had all the answers on it. This was to show what you are suppose to be doing. The other answers were a little bit hard.