Tuesday, 14 October 2014

The Living Church

We completed a collaborative activity following a discussion about The Image Of The Church. The wordle shows that the Church is more than a building. It is the PEOPLE!

Thursday, 28 August 2014

J.V.F.M's Bloom Looms

This is my group logo. The logo is meant to represent that both boys and girls are able to get a chance to buy broaches. My partner Vine and I decided that boys and girls should be able to buy themselves a flower broach for themselves, siblings, parents and parents.

Friday, 15 August 2014


A library is a place where people go to read books, study and work for all ages. Babies, children, teens, adults and elderly can go to the library any time they need to. You can borrow a book by getting a library card. You can get a library card from the desk at the library. People have to behave in a sensible manner or else a librarian would come and ask you to get out of the library. Not all books including reference books and newspapers can be taken out from the library. Everyone can work in the library especially for homework and work from school or the office. The other section except non-fiction and fiction is reference. Libraries are open from 10:00am to 7:00pm.

Non-fiction books are books in the library that are full of facts or in other words not made up. The books in the non-fiction are sorted it out by the dewey decimal system. If you don’t know what the dewey decimal system it is the books in library that are sorted out by numbers for example if your looking for a book about Religion you need to look for it in it’s compartment 200. An example of a non-fiction book is a book about animals.

Fiction books are books in the library that lets the reader imagine what’s happening or in other words made up. It is sorted out by the author’s surname. An example of a fiction book is James & The Giant Peach. It is a fiction book because author Roald Dahl had to take his time and come up with ideas how to put the whole story in the book.

Traditionally, a librarian is associated with collections of books, as demonstrated by the etymology of the word "librarian" (from the Latin liber, "book"). The role of a librarian is continually evolving to meet social and technological needs. A modern librarian may deal provision and maintenance of information in many formats, including: physical books; electronic resources; magazines; newspapers; audio and video recordings; maps; manuscripts; photographs and other graphic material; bibliographic databases; and web-based and digital resources. A librarian may also provide other information services, including: computer provision and training; coordination with community groups to host public programs; basic literacy education; assistive technology for people with disabilities; and assistance locating community resources. Appreciation for librarians is often included by authors and scholars in the Acknowledgment sections of books.

Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Kidpreneur - Crew

Harvey and Curtis are two friends that are part of the crew in the Club Kidpreneur programme. Raglan is Curtis' pet goat that is really naughty but wise at the same time.