Thursday, September 24, 2009

This week the seniors have been training for the south zones. The best of the best will be chosen
to go to the caledonian . First we did the sprints there were six people in the race. We ran eighty meters. many people qualified we wonder who.Then we did high jump you had to jump over one meter to qualify.The hard thing was to jump ninety cm and one meter.

 There was lots of good sportsmanship like cheering when somebody didn't make it. Next we have to do long jump we think that you have jump almost three meters. It will be interesting to see if the people who can jump high can jump long. Ms Marret will train us the skills.
Next term the south zones will happen everybody is training hard to get in and everybody is excited.
Check out room fourteen doing the high jump.
By Jessica and Michella


  1. Who competes in the south zones competitions?
    How did you go in the trials? Do you have a favourite activity? I used to like the high jump when I was in school, although I wasn't terribly good at it:-(

  2. Hello classroom bloggers!

    We are a Grade 5 class from Hong Kong and we're called the 5E Eagles. We've just created a links section on our Grade 5 class blog called "Our Global Community" :)

    We're writing you today because we like your blog(s) and so we've added you to our Global Community list. We've either found you through Twitter, The EduBlog Challenge or because you're already a contact of Ms. Cahusac.

    Come and check us out or look at some of the other classes which are listed.

  3. What is the south zones? I like your blog a lot and the post about the sports is cool. Right now I live in Hong Kong and each student in my class has their own blog. What's your favourite sport? MIne is track but it is hot and sticky so I don't get to do much. Can you come visit me on my blog?
    my URL is:

    Hope to hear from you soon!
    eagle 7

  4. That must be really hard to jump three meters. Also it would be really hard to jump one metre high.