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The homework/storytime blogger By Kiyah

January19

THE LOST ONES

The lost ones is a story that I made up and it is not meant to offend anyone! Enjoy!!!

Of all started with Petra. Petra was new at Galaxy High. She had moved to LA 2 years ago and had been home schooled. She had never been to a real school in her life, but she was a year 8 now so her mother believed that she could fend for herself now. 

AND THAT WAS A BIG MISTAKE

Petra was told how to get to school and she was told specifically not to go through any forests. But what did Petra do? She walked home from school with two of her best friends ever, Abby and Daria. Abby and Daria were sisters but were always fighting. They would fight over anything! So one day, Daria and Abby had to go to their Nan’s house because she was sick and they had to walk through a forest at night. Because by the time you get to that forestry from their school, it would be pitch black outside. And to make matters worse, was that nobody knew  they would be going through a forest in the middle of the night and so nobody had a flashlight or torch! 

When they had all reached the middle of the forest, Daria pointed out that everyone was apparently lost. Which they were.                                                                        They had gone through the wrong forest!🙆! They were the lost ones. They were as lost as a needle on your carpet! They were lost and nobody could even come and save them as this forest had no pathways, no street lamps or even signs. And it was more that 5 miles wide! So everyone started panicking and hyperventilating until Petra fainted! And the worst thing so far was that they had left her there!!!! On the wet ground passed out! So the sisters managed to get  home while Petra is about to wake up in the middle of a forest on the floor!!!!! 

At this point you can just see why her mum had called the police and so the police did find her passed out on the ground and they did managed to find the sisters and put them in prison! Okay maybe not, but the did have to do be intervewd and this it and had you ever gotten lost? I deffinately have and I’ll tell you about that on my second blog hope you enjoyed😜! 

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healthy food

January19

Eating healthy is good for you. It doesn’t make you ill and keeps you fine. It helps you to balance. It is good to eat different kind of healthy food/fruit rather than eating the same food/fruit everytime.

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Eating healthy food/fruit I also mouth-watering.

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eat healthy food/fruit but also do exercise.

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 You can  eat while exercising but only fruits healthy food/fruit.

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Is it better to express your religion in arts and architecture or in charity and generosity?

January15

Fantastic discussions going on in 6SW about charity, generosity, art and architecture!

WHAT IS YOUR OPINION?

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How your heart works

January11

The human heart is one of the hardest-working organs in the body. On average, it beats 72 times a minute. As the heart beats, it provides pressure so blood can deliver oxygen and important nutrients to tissue all over your body through an extensive network of arteries. In fact, the heart steadily pumps an average of 2,000 gallons of blood through the body each day.

Your heart is located underneath your ribs, and between your two lungs.

The Heart’s Parts

The heart’s four chambers function as a double-sided pump. The right side of the heart takes in oxygen-depleted blood from the organs. This blood is delivered to the heart through the veins. The chambers on the left side pump oxygen-rich blood out to the body through arteries.

The heart’s four chambers are:

  • Right atrium: This chamber receives oxygen-depleted blood that has already circulated around the body and pumps it into the right ventricle.
  • Right ventricle: The right ventricle pumps blood from the right atrium to the pulmonary artery. The pulmonary artery sends the deoxygenated blood to the lungs, where it picks up oxygen.
  • Left atrium: This chamber receives oxygenated blood from the lungs and pumps it to the left ventricle.
  • Left ventricle: The thickest of all the chambers, the left ventricle is the hardest working part of the heart as it pumps blood throughout the whole body.

The heart’s two atria are both located on the top of the heart. They are responsible for receiving blood from your veins.

The heart’s two ventricles are located in the bottom of the heart. They are responsible for pumping blood into your arteries.

Your atria and ventricles contract to make your heart beat and to pump the blood through each chamber. Your heart fills up with blood before each beat, and the contraction pushes the blood out into the next chamber. The contractions are triggered by electrical pulses that start from the sinus node, or sinoatrial node (SA node), located in the wall of your right atrium.

The pulses then travel through your heart to the atrioventricular node, or AV node, located near the center of the heart between the atria and the ventricles. These electrical impulses keep your blood flowing in proper rhythm.

The heart has four valves that separate each chamber so that, under normal conditions, blood cannot flow backwards. These valves can sometimes be replaced if they become damaged.

The heart’s valves are:

  • Tricuspid (right AV) valve: This valve opens to allow blood to flow from the right atrium to the right ventricle.
  • Pulmonary valve: This valve opens to allow blood to flow from the heart into the lungs, so that it can receive more oxygen.
  • Mitral (left AV) valve: This valve opens to let blood flow from the left atrium to the left ventricle.
  • Aortic valve: This valve opens to let blood leave the heart and be pumped around the body.

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My Favourite Songs😁🎶🎵

January11

Heavy by Anne Marie.

Alarm by Anne Marie .

Mans not hot by Big Shaq.

Look what u made me do by Taylor Swift.

Power by Little Mix.

Run up by Niki Minaj.

Motorsport by Niki Minaj.

Everyday by Ariana Grande.

Break free by Ariana Grande.

Side to Side by Ariana Grande.

Bodak yellow by Cardi b.

These are all my absolute favourite songs 🎶🎵🎶🤩

 

 

 

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I will guess your age

January11

Not JOKING!!!!!!!

If you don’t Believe me?

Just watch!!

Today, I will guess your age but to make sure your age is correct you have to do the correct following maths.

Here we go!!!!!!!!!!!!

  1. Pick any number from 1 to 10

2. Multiply your chosen number by 2

3. Add 5 to your total

4.  Multiply your new total by 50

5. If you already had your birthday this year, Add 1767

6. If you  have not had your birthday this year, Add 1766

7. Subtract from your total the year which you were born( e.g. minus 2004)

8. Now your total should be three-digits number.The first number of your total will  be the number you chose at the beginning. The remaining two numbers are your age.

I tryed it and it worked so I think it will work on you as well but your maths should be correct. If you are not that good at maths(Use calculator).

Comment it if it worked and if it doesn’t try it again. If still doesn’t work try it using a calculator.

By: Hemika

 

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fact about the heart (homework)

January11

1) The heart is an amazing organ in the human body. Over its lifetime it is capable of pumping millions of gallons of blood throughout our body to keep us healthy. Find out more about the heart and the blood that the heart pumps through the body, including red blood cells.

2) The heart is one of the most important organs in the human body, continuously pumping blood around our body through blood vessels.

3) Your heart is located in your chest and is well protected by your rib cage.

4) Blood going towards the heart is carried through veins. Blood coming from the lungs to the left atrium is carried through the pulmonary veins while blood coming from the body to the right atrium is carried through the superior vena cava and inferior vena cava.

5) You might have felt your own heart beating, this is known as the cardiac cycle. When your heart contracts it makes the chambers smaller and pushes blood into the blood vessels. After your heart relaxes again the chambers get bigger and are filled with blood coming back into the heart

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The homework blogger by kiyah

January11

How to keep your new years resolutions

Many people including myself, say things each year like “I’m gonna be fitter!” “I’m gonna eat better!” But most of the time, after a week or two we go back to our old habits. Now one of my new years resolutions is to blog more because I haven’t blogged for quite a while so I’m sorry. Anyway, here are all my new years resolutions:

  1. Get fit
  2. Eat better
  3. Be smarter
  4. Be nicer
  5. Come to school everyday
  6. Keep my room clean
  7. Look different

Now, I already know that I won’t be able to keep all these, or will I? Well that’s the purpose of this blog! So, firstly try reminding yourself of these, and here are a few ways you can do that:

  1. Make a mood board

Making a mood board may sound weird, but if it helps remind you of your resolutions, then do it!

2. Do them everyday!

You don’t actually need something you can see. Because as long as you can remember these things your going to do, it doesn’t matter!

3. Choose wisely!

Don’t go off and say that your going to get your own place this year if your 12. But choose things your actually going to do!

Okay guys! I hope you enjoyed that and it helped you out! Bye! 👋

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Tchoukball

December20

In PE we are learning about Tchoukball. You might thing it’s a strange name for a game but it is fun to play.

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how to play Tchoukball:

– Tchoukball is played with two ‘rebound frames’. These
  frames measure 90 centimetres square and are situated
at both ends of  the court.

– A line runs 3 metres from the centre of the bottom of
the frame around in a semi-circle. This area is called
the ‘D’ or ‘forbidden zone’.

– The court size varies greatly depending on the ages of
the players; a full size international standard court is
40m by 20m in size.

– Unlike most other team games you can score at both
ends.

– There are 10 players in each team, including 3 subs.

– Players fall into 3 categories: Wingers, Forward Pivots
and Centre Pivots.

– To score a point the ball must be thrown at the end so
that it lands over the line of the D.

Rules and Regulations

– No player can stand in the ‘D’ with the ball, although it
is allowed to be airborne.

– Only 3 consecutive shots at a frame from both teams is
allowed.

– Any interfering with another teams passes or movement
is not allowed.

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Hindu

December20

What is the symbol of Hinduism?

Aum is the main symbol of Hinduism. It is the sound hear in         deepest meditation and is said to be the name most suited for God. It looks like this:

Where does the name Hindu come from?

The word “Hindu” comes from the name of the river Indus, which flows 1800 miles from Tibet through Kashmir and Pakistan to the sea.

What do Hindus believe?

For many Hindus, religion is a matter of practice rather than of beliefs. It’s more what you do, than what you believe. Hindus believe in a universal soul or God called Brahman. Brahman takes on many forms that some Hindus worship as gods or goddesses in their own right.Hindus believe that there is a part of Brahman in everyoneand this is called the Atman.

Hindus believe in reincarnation – a belief that the soul is eternal and lives many lifetimes, in one body after another. The soul is sometimes born in a human body, sometimes in an animal body and sometimes in a plant body etc.. Hindus believe that all forms of life contain a soul, and all souls have the chance to experience life in different forms.

Samsara means going through the cycle of repeated births and deaths (reincarnation).Hindus believe that existence of this cycle is governed by Karma.

Why are there so many Hindu Gods?

Hindus actually only believe in one God, Brahman, the eternal.Hindus actually only believe in one God, Brahman, the eternal origin who is the cause and foundation of all existence. The gods of the Hindu faith represent different forms of Brahman. These gods are sent to help people find the universal God (Brahman).

Most Hindus have a personal god or godess such as Shiva, Krishna or Lakshmi to whom they pray regularly.

The three most important Hindu gods (forms of Brahman) are:

 who is the cause and foundation of all existence. The gods of the Hindu faith represent different forms of Brahman. These gods are sent to help people find the universal God (Brahman).

Most Hindus have a personal god or godess such as Shiva, Krishna or Lakshmi to whom they pray regularly.

The three most important Hindu gods (forms of Brahman) are:

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There is lot more Gods than this (This were examples of some).

BYE!

Bye: Hemika

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