Graduation 2017

On Tuesday June 27, 2017. It was the graduation for the grade 6’s. It was our last year at Woodroffe, and so we graduated to go to grade 7 at another school. We were lined up in gym 2 alphabetically in our class. 6A walked into gym 1 (where the graduation took place), then 6B walked in, then the 6 grade 6’s from the 5/6A class. Then we all took a seat. The first thing on the schedule was for Mme Monik the vice principal to call the student’s names, to come up on stage, shake hands with their homeroom teacher, get a medal, get a diploma from another teacher, shake hands with Mme Egerton the principal, have a quick picture, and walk off. It took up most of the time. After that, they presented the awards. The first one was academic. You had to have good grades on all subjects. The award was awarded to…. Me! 😀 I was kinda exited and proud of myself. I went up the stage to get my certificate, shook hands with M. Charbonneau (who presented this award) and took a quick picture, then went off stage. Cherry and Cameron got the athletic and academic award. Deniz and Ahmed got the athletic award. Madeleine and Kaitlyn got the citizenship award, Sami got the french award, Michael got the Dramatic Arts award, Yi-Xiang got the art award, and Jaclyn got the principal award. 🙂

After the awards were given, they showed the baby pictures. So Mr. Charbonneau and Mr. Hume asked us to give a picture of us when we were a baby, and one of now. Then Jaclyn and Zicheng put it into a slide show. We took turns guessing who was who. Even the teachers submitted their photos! 😀 It was funny and it brought back lots of memories. 🙂 After that, we walked out, into gym 2 where all the cake, and lemonade was, took a lot of pictures, and continued school. There was two more days of school left! 😛


Track and Field 2017

On Wednesday, June 14th 2017 it wasn’t just our birthday, but it was also the Track and Field meet. I made it for ball throw, 800m, 100m, and relay. I had to quit one, because I made it to too much activities. I couldn’t quit 800m because there were only 2 people that tried out (me and my sister), and relay, our coach Mr. Hume wanted us to win again (We got 1st last year) so I decided to not do ball throw.

When the bell rang, all track and field participants went to Gym 1 for attendance. Then, we went on the bus. I sat with Raneem and Summer. When we got there, the long distance runners where going to start their race.  My first event was 100m at 10:00 o’clock. I was in a heat with the girl, that beat me in the heats of 100m last year, and believe it or not, she beat me again. But Sylvie, the other girl that made 100m with me, made it to the finals, and got 5th overall.

For 800m, I got 6th (the last place for a ribbon), and my sister Cherry, got 9th. It was really tiring because, the girl that got 5th, I was neck to neck with her at the end, but in the box I was in (couldn’t  go into the 2nd box) she would put her arms out, so I couldn’t pass her. So it was kinda unfair. 😦

For relay, the last event of the meet, Mr. Hume wanted last year’s relayers to do it again, because we got 1st last year. It was Sylvie, Ryan, Me, and Ariyo, respectively in the order. We were supposed to have 20m for handing section, instead, it seemed like three. o_O 😮 When the gun went off (Not loaded with bullets, it looked like paper??) Sylvie started running, yelled Ryan’s name, passed the baton to Ryan, yelled my name, passed it to me, then I ran, yelled Ariyo’s name, passed it to him. We were first in our heat, but overall, we got 2nd. It was pretty good, though. The grade 5’s got 1st, and the grade 4’s got fourth. I got 2 ribbons, out of the whole day, (6th, and 2nd) And I have 6 in total (Two 1st, Two 2nd, One 3rd, One 6th). It was a great fun day! 😀

Carleton University Recreation Day

On Wednesday, June 7th 2017 all the grade 6’s at my school went to Carleton University for a Recreation Day. It costed $40.00 per person, but the school payed half for us, so we only had to hand twenty dollars in. When we got there, we were put into groups. I was with




-Lily K.







-Nate F.


-Nate B.


We first went outside to learn how to play rugby. We started with a passes. You try to pass the ball with a spin, and it has to go the opposite way of the side your trying to get to. So technically backwards. I was partners with Adalia. It was pretty fun. We practiced kicks. There’s 2 types of kicks: One where you drop the ball, make it bounce once, then you kick it, and one where you just kick it. After a few practices, we played a game of 2 touch rugby. You get the ball by touching the person with the ball with 2 hands, and you try to get to your other side and touch the ground holding the ball (touchdown). The other team won, because they had all the athletic people. 😛

Our next sport was lacrosse. The Canadian sport. We practiced passing: From the side, above your head, and under-hand. Then, we learned the rules, and played. Again, I was on the team that lost, hoping next time, the teams would be divided way more fair, because the score was 1-5… :/ It was my favorite sport so far.

After lacrosse, we went into the turf field with a white roof to play tchoukball. The rules are very simple; you have 2 teams, if the other team has the ball, the only way to interfere, is when they throw on the net, you have to catch it. If it bounces outside of the crease, it’s a point for that team, if it was caught, or it landed in the crease, it’s not point, and it’s the other team’s ball. This is a tchoukball netImage result for tchoukball net and crease

So the teams were divided fairly this time, and my team won by a couple of points. It was super fun, and this was my favorite of all the sports!

Police Week BBQ 2017

On Saturday, May, 20th, 2017, my dad brought my sister and I to Ridgeview Park for a BBQ for Police week. We first went to get a hotdog ’cause we were hungry. I put ketchup on my hotdog, got a few little tomatoes, and had a few timbits: A chocolate and one that was like birthday cake. Then, we went to the photo booth to take a few pictures. I was holding a t-shirt that wrote “POLICE” on it, and wore sunglasses. My dad had a police hat, and my sister wore a Police cap. And there was a mascot standing with us. After, they printed the pictures on a bookmark and we got to keep it. After that, we went to get a freezie. I got a red one, my sister got a blue one. Then, we went to a see a robot. Apparently, the robot could make a bomb safe. There’s a tube, that has water that will make pressure, and it can shoot through the backpack, or briefcase, or whatever could contain a bomb. Then, the water will be strong enough to cut through, and make the bomb safe. There was a table where you guess the number of jelly beans in a jar. I guess 311. Then, it was time to go home.

Ottawa Children’s Festival 2017

On Thursday, May 11th, 2017, all the grade 6’s went on the OC Transpo bus for a field trip!

We first went to a theater to watch “I on the Sky”. It was a no speaking piece. The play was about a woman who’s parents, sister (or cousin) and husband died in a war. It was sad, but it was such a good play! After the play, we went on a bus to the Children’s Festival beside the War Museum. First, I went to get FOOD. I got a hotdog, cotton candy, churros that I ended up giving to my sister, slushie, and popcorn! I was really full. After a few minutes of wandering around, we went inside the luminarium. The luminarium was a place to relax, and peace out. It was fabric like from bouncy castles. You weren’t allowed to run, or they kick you out. You could slide on the walls though, it was really fun! I layed down wishing I could go to sleep right there. The ceilings were based on geometrical shapes, and they had different colors for lighting. When you took a picture, it looked like the was a filter (rhymes!). It was really cool and relaxing. And what made it even more relaxing, was the little music. When we went out, we were about to leave. I first took a bite out of Cherry’s pretzel that she bought. Lots of people got slushie. Then we went to fetch a bus to go back to school. On the way, people started running instead of walking. It was because Mr. Hume was saw a bus, he thought it was ours so started running, we were supposed to go on 87. When he saw the number on the bus, he realized it was the wrong bus. NOT DONE

Basketball 2017

On Monday, May 1st, 2017, we went to Confederation Education Center for a basket ball tournament. I was supposed to go onIy went There were 5 schools there:

Woodroffe (Me)




Carleton Heights

Shift 1: Rose, Cherry, Deniz, Alice, Suhur

Shift 2: Grace, Adalia, April, Erica, Marianna

Shift 3: Emily, Sylvie, Raneem, Kate, Extra player.

Our first game was against Knoxdale. We tied 6-6

We lost Broadview 11-8

We lost a close game versus Meadowlands 8-6

We won Carleton Heights 17-3

And to find out who won 3rd and 4th, we went against Knoxdale. It was a really scary game, but we won 17-15!!!

So we were overall 3rd! We went back to school on Deniz’s car, and on the way, we got tim-bits!

How to Be a Lifeguard


Egg-beater: Legs do as big of a circle as possible. Flex your feet.

Front-Crawl: Keep arms moving. Shark fin. No catch-up.

Back-Crawl: Keep legs straight. Under water pull.


Survival Day:

We went in the spinner. Got spun 2 times.

Slide = Fun!!!

Rope = Too tall. 😦

Log = Hard to stay on

Boat = Bring a bucket, whistle, life-jacket (wear it), sunscreen, First Aid Kit, flashlight.

Ice breaker (mats)= Crawl on it. Spread your weight. Don’t walk on ice that has cracks on it.