The Manchester town hall

On Wednesday 5th June me (Nadia),Rabeeah,Faheemullah and Kevin (with mr Cooke,mr Heap and miss Okell) went to Manchester town hall.We reached there by a taxi.It was ever so interesting ,as we walked we noticed some awesome things if it wasn’t pictures it was paintings ornaments.when we actually went in this man made a very,very,very long speech about education,legacy and ICT.

Our guide to probability

Impossible – It can never happen. Only a few things can be impossible, things might stop being impossible when technology develops. Some things will never stop being impossible even with technology eg. Akshay being able to walk through Joel.

Very unlikely – There’s not much of a chance that it will happen. It might only happen once a year or if you are not sure if it could happen.

Even chance – There is a 50% chance that this might happen. It could change easily. It could happen and it could not.

Likely – it can happen but not always. You have more chance of it happening than not.

Certain – It will definitely happen no matter how cold it is or what the weather is. It is going to happen for sure.







The Crystal, White Snow

The crystal,white snow

The snow falls like glistening gems,like the stars in the day,
This cold wintry atmosphere lights up those heartbroken spirits,
It’s so cold but so heartwarming,
Cold, beautiful,fluffy stuff which is like those memories that were washed away,
These wonderful memories coming too my head as slowly as snow,
Thinking about all those lovely things made me think about my long lost cousin.

Dear mr a.grumpy,
As you may know lots of people are dying,so many that I am unable to count.Comic Relief are so helpful because lots of money has been given to the poor and I think you should donate some too.There are many people who will die any second.

There are many people who need special care but do not have the money for it,they are very poor but with life threatening conditions Comic Relief are ready to help.Rosetta had a lot of help too,Some famous celebrities raised almost half a million pounds then gave it to Comic Relief Whitch was then given to people living in Africa including Rosetta so she could then protect her baby with a net to keep Mosquitos away.

Gemma was her mothers rock she also has to look after 8 years old Megan who has Leukaemia and 5 years Oscar who has Curvature.Luckily Gloucestershire young Carers put her in a project were she met a girl who’s sister also had Leukaemia they were then best friends.People like Gemma spent like a quarter of their life being a rock I mean working for their family.

Most of Gemma’s childhood was taken away but she can still spend some.Mr a.grumpy I think you are a mean and selfish man with an awful attitude,If you were kindhearted you would donate some of your money to charity.