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I did really well over all in maths.

I got all highs in P.E

  i got a “Very High” for his instrument research project.

I am going to improve on my leval of peformace in englsh, use of class time in French and personal organisation in music.

 

biongerzard

The Biongerzard lives on the planet Maailma. This is a planet where it rains almost all day, is cold and dark for most of the time and is a very mountaines area. Its size could be compard to a bison or a large cow. It has plenty of stamina and eats small to medium sized animals or fish. It lives in caves high in the mountains where it keeps reasonably warm and will go down to the grass lands to feed and stay there over night. If threatendby predetors it will ise it’s size to scare off animals. When it needs to drink it travels down to a local stream near its cave to drink.

Australian of the year.

Ita Buttrose-born on the 17th of January 1942. Ita Buttrose is an Australian journalist and businesswoman. She was the founding editor of Cleo, a high-circulation magazine aimed at women aged 20 to 40. She is the youngest person to ever be appointed editor of the Weekly, which was then per capita, the largest-selling magazine in the world.

Ian Merdocks – Born on the 29 of December 1931.

Ian Murdock was born in Konstanz, West Germany on April 28, 1973. He wrote the Debian Manifesto in 1993 while a student at Purdue University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science in 1996. He named Debian after his then-girlfriend Debra Lynn, and himself (Deb and Ian).

Akram Azimi- Date of birth: 13 October 1987

Akram Azimi is a dedicated mentor to young Indigenous people.  Arriving in Australia 13 years ago from Afghanistan he went from being ‘an ostracised refugee kid with no prospects’ to becoming his school’s head boy. An outstanding student, he topped the tertiary entrance exam scores among his classmates. He’s now studying a triple major – law, science and arts – at the University of Western Australia.