Roses Gap camp

On the 28,29,20th of October, the year 7’s went on camp to Roses Gap. We did so many different activities, which included low ropes, archery, giant swing, flying fox, a bush walk, canoeing, the crate stack and the vertical playpen. I got giant bruises from the tire at the top of the playpen.

I had an amazing time! My partner for most of the activities was Tiffany, and we weren’t very good at the crate stack and canoeing. When we went canoeing, we kept crashing into bushes and trees, and going in the opposite direction to everyone else. Everyone got soaking wet, but had an amazing time.

My favourite activities were the giant swing, and canoeing, (even though we were terrible at it). On the giant swing, I had two turns and went to the top both times.

I really loved Roses Gap camp and want to go back again.

Tiffany and I in the trees (left side of photo)

Scratch pals global project

This term we have been included in a global Scratch pals project. We had to choose from the UN SDG’s goals. I chose Gender Equality. Some of the highlights were making the characters move, researching about gender equality and commenting on other posts. A challenge was figuring out when to make the characters talk and when to wait. This was a fun project to do and it helped me understand Scratch more.