we do project week 2

Me and Abhi worked together to make the dancing birds which’d was functioned by cobs a pulley.

Next me and Abhi did the aeroplane and it was functioned by the motor tilting sensor.

This was my favourite one me and Abhi made the spinner which was put on a thing that had a motor that powered the spinner and you would let go on the table and then it would spin for ages.


What am I going to do help life on Earth?

My pledge to help life on earth is not to use glitter. When colouring in stuff instead of putting glue and dumping glitter onto what you are decorating I will use colouring pencils. By not using glitter it will not pollute the water and stop fish from dying and getting brain damage. Glitter contains micro plastics.

how will we create our best tomorrow?

I used to think that plastic wasn’t bad for the environment, but now I know that plastic is bad for the environment and takes ages to rot down in the soil.

I used to use the lights more, but now I use the lights less and it saves energy and it is better for the environment.

I used to play with balloons, but now I have stopped because I have noticed that the rubber from the balloon makes the water polluted. Animals think the balloons are jelly fish and will eat it, which can make them die.

I thought that murky water was alright but it is actually really bad for the fish and the water.

I thought that mounds of dirt were weird, but now I know that they are home to thousands of ants.






My reflection on this year

Stuff I Have learnt from the Enviro garden

  • I have noticed how humans endangering birds by habitat loss.
  • I now know how to grow food and cook stuff from the garden.
  • I now know how to recognise birds and trees that are indigenous and native and introduce plants.
  • I now have realised that humans are badly affecting the environment.
  • Stuff that is introduced is bad for native and indigenous animals and plants.
  • I learnt not to judge food on how looks.



What we did?

Sue Anderson helped us paint and draw a picture that was around what we could hear and us.

  • They also took us to a path that had many Brush tailed rock wallabies.
  • While we were at the path, we did some weeding on Capeweed, which was smothering the native grass.
  • When we were looking for animals, we were taught how to recognise scats tracks traces.
  • After dinner, we went out to do a night walk and saw all types of animals such as the Brush tailed rock wallabies, rufous bettong, barn owl, ring-tailed possum, eastern barred bandicoot that was thought extinct for around 50 years and a little population was found in a place.
  • What I think, wonder and learnt?  
  • I now am wondering if Australia was the same as MT Rothwell 300 years ago.
  • I noticed that pest and introduced plants were taking the place.
  • I have learnt how much human are threatening habitat of animals.
  • I now know what to do to help the animals and the plants.
  • Little things can make a difference to the environment.
  • The trip has made an impact on me by making think what happened to the animals that were around when the white people came?

Welcome to your new Digital Portfolio


Welcome to your College Digital Portfolio! A Digital Portfolio is like having your own website. It is a place for you to learn about being an active and responsible digital citizen by creating a portfolio of your best work to showcase and share with others. Through the creation of a blog, you will be able to write regular reflections and share your learning journey through photo and video with your teachers, parents, each other and possibly even experts from all around the world.

For more information and support, speak to your teacher, explore, play and learn from each other! Learn how to publish your first post by visiting Publish your First Post. After that see what you can do! Visit the Edublogs User Guide for more help developing your new online space.

There are so many ways in which to use your space, for example:

  • Documenting and reflecting on your learning, passions, and interests, both in and out of school
  • Curating and highlighting work for your Student-Led Conferences
  • In some instances, your teachers will also ask you to submit, reflect and comment on other students work in this portfolio

That’s enough to get you going. Your Digital Portfolio should be a fun, enriching and rewarding way to explore, find or create your place in the world. Good luck!