A couple years ago, my genius 7-year-old self, decided to make a blog post: “10 Ways To Survive In The Jungle” (to refresh your memory) First you get a steak and keep it as a pet. Then you kill it and eat it. 2. Get a paper bag and wear it as clothes. 3. Then […]Read More 10 ways to survive in Victoria BC
No little paragraph is going to change the world at once, but it could still make a difference. Our generation has to help climate change. If we took the time and effort out of our day, to do one little thing, that would make an impact. Buying groceries at the grocery store, why not bring […]Read More It’s our turn.
This term in grade 6 humanities, we have been learning about short fiction stories and different types of writing. in the mid-term, our grade split up, and went to 7 different care homes for elders and interviewed the elders. Our goal was to interview them about their life and ask questions and write it all […]Read More Short Story Based On Elders Interview
Since September, in my class of humanities, we have been learning about poverty. We had a “Driving question” which was a question that we would ask ourselves everytime we would think about the topic of poverty. Our driving question was “How can we work together to achieve a more equal world for everyone?” I think […]Read More Poverty
I have been at the SMUS junior school since kindergarten. It all started out on the first day of kindergarten when I was crying in my mom’s arms to not let me go. I was so scared, but little did I know this was the school where I would make so many friends and learn […]Read More junior school.
This term (January- March) my class did many fun things and challenging things. For social studies we studied Residential schools. We read different books of boys and girls perspectives of going to the schools and what it’s like to be in that school. We also wrote about the books and this thing called writing in […]Read More Term 2 reflection
Each country is ashamed of something. Canada is ashamed of residential schools. They were horrible. Some very bad things happened to more than 150,000 children who were put into residential schools. Not only were they taken from their families, but they weren’t allowed to speak their own language or practice their own faith. They were […]Read More Residential Schools