Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Bridge Valley Camp

Bridge Valley Camp
Day 1  of camp:
On Tuesday we drove up to Camp. It was a long trip but we got there. On the way we got two flat tyres they went flat as a balloon, the first one was on Lase’s car and the other was on Ben’s trailer. I was excited for the rock climbing.

Day 2 of camp:
This is my 4th time at Bridge  Valley Camp. This camp is different to Hammer because we had different activities. One of my favourite activities was on Thursday it  was the cave/abseiling.I was the first to do it in my group.

Day 3 of camp:
Today I was a bit nervous about camp but not to nervous because I have been 3 times before.Today my favourite thing was rock climbing. I reached  the top on both of the walls. I was proud of myself because I was the only one in my school that achieved this.

Day 4 of camp:
My favourite experience at camp was the rock climbing and the abseiling. I will miss the great activities at camp but I will probably will be there next year. I really enjoyed doing the activities  with Q and Jamie. I can not wait to see Mum.

From Jess                                                                      
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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Camp 2017

Last week on Tuesday we had a school camp at bridge valley. One of my favourite thing was the flying fox. I will tell you more about it:

Friday, September 15, 2017

The Secret World of the Dust Mite

First we had to read a book about dust mites then fill in this slide.

West Cost Hockey

 This is a piece of writing I did for the news letter.


Last weekend Jess and her West Coast Under 13 Hockey team drove up to Nelson to compete in a tournament.

They had 2 games. The first game was against Nelson at 9am and then Marlborough at 12pm. In the first game against Nelson, west Coast lost 6-1.  This was partly because West Coast were a much smaller and less experienced team.   In the second game, because the West Coast team knew what to expect, they had better teamwork and they managed to defend well, drawing the  game 1-1.  

West Coast travelled with only one sub which meant that although a couple of players got hurt, they kept on playing.

In the end the team really enjoyed it.  The tournament will help them improve for the next tournaments in Christchurch later this month.

From Jess