Xavier’s Biomass Work

Bio Mass Energy

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Tidal Energy

Tidal Energy is a source of energy that isn't really used. Tidal energy is useful because it is a lot denser than air, which gives a bigger push against turbines that then generates power. Turbines are like underwater windmills. The

Matariki – Group 1

This is the story of Matariki as told by Victoria, Alex H and Connor.  Group 1  

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The Story of Matariki – Group 6

This story is retold by Briana, Bethany and Callum

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Importance of a Tree

When it rains, the tree soaks up the water and it goes down to the root. Then it gives the water to the leaves. The sun goes on the leaves and then it evaporates. After a few days, the clouds

The Trip to Macleans Reserve

Last Friday Sally took the whole class to Macleans reserve to test the temperature and Ph and nitrate levels in the stream . We walked to Macleans reserve . When we got there we ate morning tea.  After morning tea

Sally from Watercare

On Wednesday the 3rd of February Sally from Watercare came to visit us and to teach us about water.Where our water goes.First she taught us about where our water goes. We found out that our water goes to the storage

Sally Comes From Watercare

 Sally came from Watercare to school on Wednesday to teach us about the water.  She also taught us about the water cycle and how to filter water.  She also taught us drama and she squashed everyone under some desks. The

Trip to Macleans Reserve

Our Trip to Macleans ReserveOn Friday Sally took us to the Macleans Reserve.  After the class bell rang, Mrs Chilvers lined us up in groups and Bethany’s mum led us to Macleans Reserve by walking.  After a few minutes we

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