Every child’s dream is to be famous. To have the spotlight, but is it worth it ? Is it worth the attention from the paparazzi ? There are plenty of evidence which states being famous it and “Day to day dream or your worst nightmare. Are you cut out to be famous ???
Do you value your privacy ? Privacy is something that celebrities value and important to them because they only get a little of it because of the paparazzi but we take it for granted. So for celebrates its hard to obtain a normal life.
Secondly the media puts a lot of pressure on celebrities. The media scrutinise celebrities and publish personal information that could be quite hurtful. Magazine love to put photos of celebrities at the beach relaxing in their bathing suit and love to highlight their lumps and bumps. Celebrities cant even walk down the street to the supermarket without being recognized and
Being famous has its ups and downs. While many celebrities enjoy the line light, history demonstrates that fame can have devarstating effect such the tragic case of Princess Diana every citizen in entitled to a life of privacy whether your famous our not . There is certainly a price to pay when it comes to fame.
Holes is a story of conflict which is set in Texas involving a wide range of characters. Holes is a story that jumps back and forth from past to present weaving into puzzling conclusion…..
At a Juvenile detention center there are many different personalities. There are six boys in group D all different races and character strengths and there’s Stanley Yelnats who came from a big city, New York. He had been at the wrong place at the wrong time ( just like his no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing- great-great-grandfather ). This story will keep you on your feet at all times!
On Stanley’s arrival at Camp Green Lake ( the juvenile detention center) he was told by Mr Sir to dig a 5x5x hole every day for 18 months. They were told it was to build Character but the soon they found out they weren’t digging to build their character they were digging to find treasure and that will take you back to the past about 100 years ago with Stanley’s no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather.
If you want to no more your going to have to fill in the holes!!!
I really enjoyed Holes because its a story full of life and you don’t know what was coming when you turned the page. I would recommend this book to readers who enjoy adventures, misstorys and intensity. I loved this book and I’m sure with out a doubt you will to enjoy this novel, but now your going to have to fill in the holes your self!
By Claudia Balfour
In the process of market day My group (Chloe Colquhoun, Isabelle Mattingly, Zara Beasy and I Claudia Balfour )all learnt many business skills and other tricks of the trade and soon found out that it wasn’t as easy as it looked while selling hade-made tie-dyed singlets and stress balls.
My group and I were very successful through out the day because we sold out all our products and made an amazing profit of $268 and a tip of $12, but we could of improved on making more singlets and stress balls because when the seniors came we were sold out of singlets.
If we were to do it again we would all have to work on your commination skills and defiant make a lot more singlets and stress balls.
Over all it was a fantastic day which I very much enjoyed and would like to thank the girls for putting in 100% effete through out the term and a very big thank-you to Leanne Mattingly !!!
By Claudia Balfour
It was a Monday morning , and I jumped out of bed and was so exacted because in was the first day of our year six camp. About 100 year six students and teachers were all heading off to Wilson’s Promontory. After we had all loaded the bus we set off on a 3 and a half trip to Leongatha where got some fresh air and some a quick snack. Then we got on the bus and headed down to Lilly Pilly Car Park in Wilsons Prom.
After we arrived at Lilly Pilly car park we all walked to our camp site. We had a demonstration on how to put up our tents. After dinner all 100 students walked up Mt Oberon and all caught sight of the amazing sunset and views on the top. It was amazing and the best thing was to I got to spend it with my friends.
The next day began with a morning run then a beautiful breaky. After that we all walked Squeaky Beach and went rock hopping. The rotation began, we had surfing and bike and shop. Surfing was awesome Mr Pittard helped me catch the biggest wave of the set. That night we went for a walk called Bibies Trail. That was fun.
The following day began with some active activities. Your rotations were Abseiling/Canoeing and Boogie Boarding. Abseiling was amazing. We Abseiled off Toad Stole Rock. It was scary but very fun. I thought Boogie Boarding was the best because of the surf was great and it was a warm day. Chloe, Zara and I were all Boogie Boarding at the same time on the same wave it was so fun!!!!!
By Thursday every body was tied and sore but the fun didn’t stop there. We had Beach activities and electives. My electives were Rock hopping and Orienteering. Orienteering was so fun my partner was Jade we had an awesome time
Friday came very fast and it was time to pack up and leave. I was so tied when we got back to school all I wanted was to have a shower and go to bed. It was a long week but a great week and I would like to thank all the teachers who came and put up with us all for a week !!! So THANKES VERY MUCH !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!