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           PLASTIC     

     POLLUTION       

  23rd October 2018                                                 By Theo Birkinshaw

                           

                            Plastic is a danger to animals.

 

All over the world, plastic is becoming a danger to the wild.

The government is making companies stop using plastic. The government have made a tube to catch all the plastic in the sea. The animals can eat it and die! Use different cups, bags and toys.

 

The animals in the wild can also mistake plastic for food. It can get stuck in animal habitats.

 

For animals like foxes and rabbits live in holes so people can drop plastic down them! Crocodiles can mistake it for fish, when it shines. Half of the world’s population is stopping the use of plastic. Plastic takes ages to absorb into the ground but a apple takes 2 days to.

Only some things made of plastic are being banned.

 

 

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MORRISONS CAR PARKING DISASTER!

By Amelia Taylor [news reporter ]

 

Morrisons is a big supermarket in the middle of Kirkby in Ashfield that lots of people go to. But ever since the ticket machines came, less people are going. What’s happing is people only get fifteen minutes free. People have to pay £1 then spend £2 in store to get your money back. Now less people are parking but around the same number of customers in store .  Most people are moaning but other’s aren’t. Sometimes luckily the machines don’t work, but most of the time they’re working. What’s everyone is wondering where the shoppers park now? If you don’t pay for parking your fine is £85 so it’s better to pay. Lots of people don’t think it’s fair but others think it’s fair so this is where the debate is. They the machines there because it was always to crammed and no Morrisons shoppers could park. On the 12th   of October 2018 News reporters from the Morven Citizen, age seven Saffiyah Godber and Amelia Taylor, went during School time with the wonderful Miss Bakewell to interview the manager at Morrisons. During the interview they asked lots of questions and the manager answered all seventeen. After they both got goodie bags and went back to school happy. Both have changed their minds about the car parking and agreed the parking changes are for the better. It’s not fair on the people that don’t work or shop at Morrisons because all the spaces are being filled by shoppers. But

Tuck Shop

In the Tuck Shop you can have popcorn, rice crispy, plums, ice pops and lots of fruit, sweet things. The people who serves is Juily and the years 6s, including Vensa.

 

Popcorn 10p to 15p

Rice crispy 10p

Icepops 10p(depanding on weather)

Plums and other fruit for 10p

Fizzy drinks 30p

Fruit pots 20p

 

Tuck Shop is open every day , it may close if it rains and  its crowded. There are often people shoving and pushing. The tuck shop is great because if you don’t have a snack you can have it.

SAVAGE STONE AGE RAMPAGE

By Sophie Peet

 

In class we’ve been learning about the Stone Age.I have been to see Stone Henge at Arbur Low. Whilst we are learning about it we have wrote facts and look at videos on the internet. Intresting fact we have also found a mammoths bone on the beach from the internet. Some believe that there were large stones, there long before the arrival of humans. As for the smaller stones, which still could be too heavy for humans to carry, it would have been easier to move them in the ice age when it is belived that Stone Henge was constructed. Located near the small town of Aylesbury,the mysterious rock formation draws in thousands of visitors every year, but is particularly popular on the summer solstice when crowds gather to mark the longest day of the year. Many archaeologists disagree saying that this hypothesis lacks evidence and downplays the achievements, skill and imagination that the ancient builders likely displayed. The cremated remains Stonehenge of the 10 individuals of western  British origin were buried at various stages between the 33rd Bc and the 28th century Bc. Do you know there were not just builders there were cooks and toolmakers too. They got the stones from the welsh mountains then they used a sleigh to get it down .Then they used a raft to get it along the river to the place where they built it. Do you know how many people go and visit it because I don’t. It could be thousands or even millions. People were working with copper in some parts of Asia and Europe by 6000bc,but it took thousands of years for these metal-working skills to spread. Between about 5,700 and 4,000 years ago, important people in north western Europe were buried in stone tombs, called barrows, can still be visited today. Stone Age tools included scrapers, axe-heads, spear heads,  arrows and fish hooks. Many were made from a hard stone called flint , which could be chipped into the right shape. Historians think that important religious ceremonies were held there between about 3200bc and 1100bc.

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Slime is everywhere!

Slime is great

 

Slime is spectacular because you can squeeze it, stretch it, have lots of fun making it, add foam beads, glitter, shaving foam and change the colour of it.

Types of activation

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THIS IS A PICTURE OF GALAXY SLIME.

 
  Text Box: THIS IS A PICTURE OF GALAXY SLIME.

You can use different types of activator like borax solution, contact lens solution, water and baking soda.

 

 

 

 

Different types of slimes

You can make different types of slime like rainbow, unicorn, mermaid, fluffy, edible and all kinds of different types of slime

Slime is harmful

Slime is unhealthy because borax is a tablet that you take when you have a stomach ache. If you don’t wash your hands after playing with slime you may end up with a stomach ache due to the activation.

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SQUISHIES

What are they?

They are a special rubber sized foam that is easily squished and then slowly goes back to its original shape. The manufactures of these fun toys design them into many shapes and characters. They can be animals, foods and shaped as things.

Why are they popular?

They are popular because people can squish them all they like. Also because they aren’t that expensive. The maximum price is £20. They are popular for their cuteness.

Why should people use them?

People use them as a form of stress relief. They contribute to calming and can take people’s minds off the stressors.

Are there any disadvantages to them?

 If children take them to school they may get taken away as other children will get distracted. The child might also not be listening if out in lessons. Children that are not over 4 can’t have them as lots of children have to go to hospital for toys like this because they get eaten or stuck in dangerous places.

SQUISHIES

What are they?

They are a special rubber sized foam that is easily squished and then slowly goes back to its original shape. The manufactures of these fun toys design them into many shapes and characters. They can be animals, foods and shaped as things.

Why are they popular?

They are popular because people can squish them all they like. Also because they aren’t that expensive. The maximum price is £20. They are popular for their cuteness.

Why should people use them?

People use them as a form of stress relief. They contribute to calming and can take people’s minds off the stressors.

Are there any disadvantages to them?

 If children take them to school they may get taken away as other children will get distracted. The child might also not be listening if out in lessons. Children that are not over 4 can’t have them as lots of children have to go to hospital for toys like this because they get eaten or stuck in dangerous places.

Start to a new school year!

 

On the 3rd September 2018, a new school year had started. We’re back with a new school council and take five ambassadors. We’re also back with Morven’s own newspaper club hosted by a wonderful teacher Miss Bakewell who .got married recently Congrats! Don’t forget to see Miss Murphy and the pastoral team about your problems.

 

 

Damaging games!

Fortnite is a big game that lots of people play on. A woman has said it’s taking son her away when=on his console, and is changing into a swearing shouting one

one. Recently there have been kids playing pg 16+ games and then are getting nightmares. It is reported they get mad because they can’t play the game.

Leap into dance

13th November 2018

By Christianna

Why Dance?

I love doing dance because it really inspires me to be a much better person in everything I do .It also is very fun and there are many styles try and find your style  .There are acrobatics ,gymnastics ,modern ,contemporary , jazz ,ballet ,lyrical ,ballroom ,tap ,rock and there are also some pantomime experiences too .

Health benefits!

Dance can really help with your fitness, it also strengthens your muscles because it is a very physical activity. You need to have absolute concentration in dancing. It seems hard but practise makes you better.

How to get involved

You can get involved by starting a dance school or looking for a local dance school online. Dance really influence me to be a better person and when I dought myself I just dance. however, you don’t just need to be a child to dance you can dance at any age as an adult you can attend Zumba .me as Christianna dance lots in general .

How to support

You can support by coming to watch local dance  performances and when we do some fun raises please come and donate. my dance school is Christine march school of dance Beulah road .

 

Some places were performances go on

Mansfield palace theatre ,playhouse Nottingham ,create- theatre or any other small independent theatre guides .

NATURE NEWS                                                                          An earthquake hit Sulawesi. A sink hole cracked open a football pitch. Space is 200000 light years. Rare two headed copperhead snake is found in Virginia found all the way from New England to West Texas and Northern Mexico. Volcanoes on Dwarf planets Ceres Ooze ice instead of lava. While on Earth ejects fiery lava on Ceres have been spewing ice throughout its history. Alba is the only known Albino orang-utan on Earth.

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