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Quad blogging


Welcome bloggers to our blog. This is a picture of our class. We are having a maths week this week so we have to do loads of maths. We do maths on are DS’S sometimes.

There are 34 students in are school and seven in my class. Our school is 127 years old and two years back we had a big celebration for 125 years old and we had mass.

We have a little football pitch at our school. We have a man called Pat coming to our school every Friday for six weeks. He does fitness classes with us. We are going for our second active flag this year. An active flag is a flag which you put up to represent that your school is active.

I can’t wait to find out more about your schools.

By Caolan and Kian

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4 Comments to

“Quad blogging”

  1. October 15th, 2012 at 11:11 pm       Jordyn and Waiwai Says:

    Howdy mates

    We enjoyed reading about your school. We have 13 children in our class and we thought we had a small class. We have some quick questions what does DS’S and mass mean.

    By Jordyn and Waiwai.

  2. October 15th, 2012 at 11:28 pm       Alyssa & Corien Says:

    Sounds like fun having maths all week!
    what is DS’S?
    we don’t have DS’S in our class!
    in our class we have 13 students and 96 students in the school.
    our school is 72 years old so it’s a bit younger than yours!
    This is our link to our blog:
    Bye for now.

  3. October 16th, 2012 at 2:17 pm       Shauna and Alison Says:

    Hi, Jordyn and Waiwai

    Thank you for your comment.This is a Catholic school. Mass is a religious service.

    DS’s are a small game console from Nintendo.

    Shauna has 5 in her class and Alison has 7 in her class.

    There is 20 people in our classroom.

    We have 4 classes in one classroom.

    There are 8 classes in our school.

    Bye for now. From Shauna and Alison.

  4. October 16th, 2012 at 2:31 pm       Leanne and Rosaleen Says:

    Hi Alyssa and Corien!

    We are doing lots of Maths this week its really fun.
    DS’s are also called Nintendos. They are a console that you can play games on. They are really fun, we will be playing lots of maths games on them this week.
    In our classroom we have 20 people but in our whole school we have 34.
    In my class there are 7 people and in Rosaleen’s class there are 5 people.
    Our school is a 127 years old. We had a big celebration 2 years ago for our 125 celebration.It was excellent.

    Hope you kinda have an idea what DS’s are and we can’t wait to hear from you again.
    Bye for now Leanne and Rosaleen.!!

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