100 Word Challenge

Once, there was a simple town until these hands suddenly popped out. The hands were covered in cement holding an unusual stick. Everyone was confused and puzzled and the hands were coming out from underground. Everyone thought that it was a giant invading town, trying to get hold of people! The people who just entered the town thought it was just a new statue but then they realised it was real so they started to run away. The town was completely empty, you couldn’t hear a pin drop. Since there was nobody here, the “giant” went back underground. What’s next?…

The Olympic cliff hanger…

There was a famous champion in the olympics. After he won the Olympic in that year he won a statue of himself. He won the new invented sport, rope climbing. In it you have to climb a 20 meter long rope. 5 years later, the next Olympics were held. He was doing rope climbing against his enimy. This time the rope was 1 mile long, thankfully the Olympic champion was a very good and fast climber. Secretly, the enimy had sissors in his hand and planned to cut the other rope so that the Olympic champion would fall to the ground…

What next?

100 word challenge -The Nile river facts.

The river Nile is about 6670 km in length and it is the longest river in Africa and also the world.


Although it is generally associated with Egypt only 22 percent runs through Egypt.


Without the Nile there would have been no ancient egyptians.


The land next to the Nile was called black land the area further away was called the red land.


The Nile flooded every year between June and September, in a season the egyptians called akhet.


The Nile will flow 300 million cubic meters every day.


The sun will evaporate 11o million bottles of water from the Nile every minute.

A hundred ripples

Drop a stone into the water,

In a moment it is gone,

But there are still one hundred ripple

circling on and on and on.


Say an unkind word this moment,

In a moment it is gone,

But there are still one hundred ripples

circling on and on and on.

Say a word of cheer and splendor,

In a moment it is gone,

But there are still one hundred ripples

circling on and on and on.



National Gallery

On Tuesday 20 November most year 6 went to London because we are looking about Men  of the Dock  .                                                                We were at  the National Galleny in London a lady showed us around the gallery.

My favourite bit is went me and my group and two more groups got lost ,we looked for the other groups,  we saw a beautiful painting.

Facts about water

  1.  The Amazon river holds up to 2/3 of all earth’s flowing water.
  2. Also it is 270 m wide when it reaches the sea.
  3. At a length of 6448 km it crosses all around Brazil.
  4. A wide range of wildlife includes the boto, or Amazon river dolphin.
  5. Due to global warming, 4 pacific islands have already disappeared.
  6. The territory of Finland is more covered in lake than anywhere else.
  7. Every minute the sun evaporates 11000 bottles of water from the Nile.
  8. The Nile is 1.6 times longer than the Niger.
  9. Victoria falls of the Zambezi River falls 128 km into the gorge below.
  10. Local people call it the smoke that thunders.
  11. The United Arabs obtain 80‏% of their water supply by using desilating sea water.
  12. In Kiawait, in the 1970s they built water towers. The middle one has 400 l of water.
  13. In 1958,Masrawy  had their highest yearly rainfall, 26000 l.
  14. During July,the monsoon season brings Yangon as much rain as London gets in a year.
  15. The Aral sea has shrunk 90% since 1960.
  16. The remaining water has became salty and killed all the fish in it.
  17. The great barrier reef stretches more than 2000 km off the coast of Queensland.








Every drop counts.

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO SAVE WATER?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 A drop of water is worth more than a sack of gold to a thirsty man


 Tips to saving water:

  1. Take a short 4 minute shower instead of a bath
  2. Turn off the tap while you brush your teeth
  3. Install a toilet with a smaller flush tank.
  4. Only run your washing machine and dishwasher at a full load.
  5. Fix leaking toilets and taps straight away
  6. Only use the amount of water you need when making tea
  7. Use a water butt to reuse rain water. You can use it for the car, garden and anything else
  8. Join a community pool instead of installing one
  9. Add a nozzle at the end of your hose to control how much water you use
  10. Use a refillable bottle instead of washing the glass over and over again.



Grey water is when you reuse water which has already been used. Many people did this during the summer heatwave.



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Welcome to HPS Blogs.

You will want to change the look of the blog to create something that more suits your class.

Remember the blogging guidelines:

Only use your first name when commenting or posting to a blog.

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