|Exploring in the Waiouru Tussocks|
|Captain Charles Upham's Victoria Cross and Bar|
Back at school the next day the work started. We had to create a diary about what life was like for an Anzac soldier or nurse. We had to write at least three diary entries. We had to find out about either the periscope rifle or the drip gun and how they were used at Gallipoli. We also needed to research what rations the soldiers got, and then we had an Anzac lunch! We had rock hard army biscuits, bully beef, cheese and jam.
I thought the bully beef was gross :-) Danielle
The biscuits were quite nice but the bully beef was absolutely disgraceful :-) Cole
|Tiare would've survived at Gallipoli- she ate well!|
|It wasn't that bad Cortez!|
|No problems eating bully beef at this table!|
Video will be coming soon!
Every Friday morning at 7.30am Class Councillors from our school go to Radio Forestland to tell the community what's been happening atTokoroa Intermediate. Rylie and Lloyd are Room 10's class councillors and were lucky enough to be speaking the day the newspaper called in...