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“Testing Testing” Let’s Sing

“It’s today”, the concert is today. We are all in our costumes and standing on the stage.

Today the 30th of November we had our summer dance concert. Here is some more information:


My class, 4B had just sung On top of the world. After the applause we bowed and made our way to our seats.
None of this concert could have been done without Miss Wencel. We had spent about 5 hours working on the dance and it had all payed off.
My favourite part of the day is when our amazing buddies performed. They had really a really nice song.
I hope we get a chance like that again.

Toooo HOT!!!!!!!

Ever wondered is Melborne is hotter than Gisborne?
Ever wondered if Melbourne’s UV is higher than Gisborne’s?
Well that is what our class has learned about. We have collected lots of data to find the answer. This is the answers:
Well here is the answers


As you can tell Melbourne’s temperature is higher than Gisborne’s temperature.
Also Gisborne’s UV is higher than Melbourne’s.
That is very interesting!

Stars in STARLAB

“Wow this place is amazing,” I exclaimed as I walked into the dome. Today we were going to a STARLAB production and learn about space and day and night. It was going to be awesome.

Everyone was super EXCITED we couldn’t wait to see what happens next!
First we all sat down and got settled then someone STEPPED OUT OF THE DOME! Everyone was scared but soon realised it was just Nick the Person who was teaching us about STARS!

Then the learning started………..
“The earth spins a whole turn that equals 24 hours,” Nick explained as he showed the diagrams on the roof of the big dome.
The biggest known star is the UY Stuci and it makes the sun look tiny.
Now onto the Moon when the moon is in front of the sun we can not see it it’s invisible to see. Then as it moves away from the sun. It becomes for clearer to see.
About 45 minutes later we had to leave!
I wish we could do it again.