Thursday, 17 September 2020

Child Labour in India

 In India they have the largest number of child labours in the world and about 60 million children are thought to still be working as child labours. 70% of them work in agriculture, smaller of them work in construction and other industries. Recruiters go to really poor areas and they traffick children. 

In 1989, the United Nations adopted the convention of the rights of the children. The convention is split into 3 parts, the right to protect, the right to develop, and the right to participate. Child Labour has been around for generations and can be hard to eliminate, around the world people are working together to put an end to child labour. Ways that people do that is improving education for adults and children, community delevlopment, improving incomes and writing letters to the company and the governments about child labour.

Child labour is ruining our children's lives, and the children are missing out on opportunties to be able to learn properly, develop properly and losing their self - worth. If enough of people speak up about child labour then this would be an opprtunties that can but a stop to child labour for good. I think child labour is unfair for the children that are suffering because it hurts to see that these children are missing out the chance that they may never have. My thoughts on this is for people to speak up and put an end to child labour.! 

Monday, 26 August 2019

Mince Gravy with Potato Salad

Step 1 - Boil the potato until it is cooked
Step 2 - Fry the mince with onion add 1 cup of Bistro and flour
Step 3 - Serve with potato salad

Monday, 19 August 2019

Blueberry muffins

Blueberry Muffins
Step by step
1 - 1 1/2 C of S.R. Flour
2 - 1/2 C of Sugar
3 - 1/2 C of oil
4 - 1/2 C of milk
5 - 1 egg
6 - Blueberry ( Add last )
7 - Mix all and bake 180 C

Thursday, 9 May 2019

What is a community?

This morning in class we have all been discussing about what is a community and what it is. Our teacher set us into groups of three or fours, we all had to make a google drawing explaining what we think a community is. Down below is a google drawing that me and my group have done together, it's explaining what a community means to us.

Wednesday, 27 March 2019

Prime minister care and respect praised

Image 1. New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hugs a mosque-goer at the Kilbirnie Mosque on March 17, 2019 in Wellington, New Zealand following shooting attacks on two mosques in Christchurch on Friday, 15 March. Photo by: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images

For the past few weeks, we have been learning about what had happen with the shooting in Christchurch. The news article New Zealand prime minister praised for response to mosque shooting, our New Zealand prime minister is being praised for being one of Donald Trump's antidote. Many other people have agreed Aderns response, she was basically symbolically wearing a hijab to show her respect towards other muslims. Basically our prime minister is changing the laws in New Zealand by planning on banning guns. This is actually important for the whole world to know because it could give most people and the government ideas for what they could do next.

Tuesday, 19 March 2019

Climate Changes

Image 1. Maritina Nakekea, 19, is a resident of Kiribati, a country made up of 33 coral atolls located halfway between Australia and Hawaii. Today Kiribati's existence is threatened by climate change. Photo: Itinnaibo Aukitino/iGeneration Youth

An island called Kiribati who are suffering from climate changes. On the 3rd of march 2014, huge giant waves full with seawater crashing against the island of Kiribati. The young students of Kiribati are learning how to deal with climate changes, many people are planting fresh vegetables, many others are studying the effecting of the climate changes. Climate changes is one of the most many reasons why people around the world migrate well not really migrating but they might want to move not closer to the ocean, or near the ocean.

Tuesday, 26 February 2019

Made in Taiwan

Over the past two weeks we have been doing an activity called Made in Taiwan, we got to watch the videos and write down some notes about the video. In the video there were two guys named Nathan & Oscar who travelled around the islands to find out where there clan parents came from. What was interesting about the video was about how they were studying the lapita patterns and designs.