Thursday, 28 May 2015

The Asthma Show

Thursday 28 May 2015

The Asthma Show

Today, on a sunny morning, we had a show on Asthma in the Glenbrae School Hall. This show was hosted by a man named Chris who was dressed in a blue suit and he looked handsome.

Chris talked to us about Asthma. Chris said that Asthma was really bad and it affected our lungs and breathing. People feel as if they are  breathing in a small straw.

We learnt from Chris that asthma was triggered by flower pollen, smoke, virus, animal fur, dust mites and cold air. He told us that we could use an Asthma inhaler to help us breath if we suffered from asthma.

Later on in the show, Chris introduced Sailor, the fish. Sailor the fish was big, orangey and greeny. Sailor was funny because  he flipped is tail when he sang a song about asthma.

I learnt so many things about Asthma in the show. Now I can talk to people about asthma and how it can be treated.

By Alfred

Thursday, 21 May 2015



Today in class I went on a maths site called IXL Maths and did a maths quiz on Fractions and mix numbers and my score was 70 here is a picture from previous quiz.

I enjoyed doing this Math Quiz. By Alfred

Monday, 18 May 2015

Keeping ourselves healthy and strong during winter.

Monday 18.05.15
WALT:How to keep healthey  and strong

  • Keep your fingernails short and clean by trimming and cleaning it.
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  • Have a shower daily by soaping your body.

  • Wash your hands before you eat.
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    Tell your mum to check for any lice/nits every Friday.
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  • Cover your mouth when coughing and sneezing.
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  • Keep your hair neat and clean.
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Friday, 15 May 2015

Cher ami

Cher Ami" was a registered Black Check Cock carrier pigeon in the world war 1.He delivered 12 important messages within the American sector at Verdun, France. On his last mission.Cher Ami," shot through the breast by enemy fire, managed to return to his loft.

A message capsule was found dangling from the ligaments of one of his legs that also had been shattered by enemy fire.

Just a few hours after the message was received, 194 survivors of the battalion were safe behind American lines.

"Cher Ami" was awarded the French "Croix de Guerre" with Palm for his heroic service between the forts of Verdun. He died in 1919 as a result of his battle wounds.

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