Good Luck for SATs

May 11th, 2014

Good luck to all of Year 6 sitting their SATs this week.

Just try your best, you have worked so hard and are well prepared – I know all you will all be amazing!

Mrs Davis and all of the Year 6 Team 🙂

Steve Jobs, Biography.

April 9th, 2014

Steve Jobs was born in San Francisco, California, on February 24th, 1955. In the late 1950’s, Jobs moved to Santa Clara County, California, to live there. In the 1960’s-1970’s, Jobs did not do well in a strict school and when he was tested, he moved to middle school.

In 1971, he enrolled to Homestead High school and when he was there, he met his new long life friend, Steve Wozniak. A few years later, in 1972, Jobs and Wozniak enrolled to Reed college, Portland, Oregon, where Jobs only attended classes that he really enjoyed. In 1974, they both started to work for Atari; as a video game designer. Then, Jobs started to create computers in his free time.

A few years later, in 1976, he started to make computers, with the help of Wozniak. Then, fifty Apple 1 computers were sold followed in 1977, Apple 2 computers went out on sale. Apple then became a multimillion dollar company. However Macintosh then went on sale and a couple of months later, they became poor. A few years later, in 1985, Jobs quit as CEO of Apple and bought the animation company called PIXAR.

Between 1986-1993, Jobs attempted to make and sell neXT computers failed while Jobs and PIXAR fought to stay open. In 1994, Toy Story opens and was a big hit. Microsoft was doing well, but in that time, Apple was failing. In 1997-1998, Apple buys neXT and Steve Jobs is boss and Powermac and Powerbook go on sale. Apple then takes over all the markets.

In 1999-2006, iMac, iBook, iMovie, Mac OSX, iTunes, iDvd, iPhoto and iPod go on sale. Finally iTunes music store was created. In 2007- 2010, the all new iPad and iPhone go on sale – selling millions in days. 

Sadly in 2010, Steve Jobs died on October 5th, aged 56, from Pancreatic Cancer.

Now in 2014 Apple company is now worth over $621 billion.  

 Well done, Steve Jobs.



Red-Hot Bikes Honda book review

March 20th, 2014

Red Hot Bikes Honda.                                                                                Clive Gifford.                                                                                                                                                                             32 pages.                                                                                                                   Published 2007

About: This book is about motorbikes with a lot of racing things and a lot more.This book is really interesting and I think it is one of the best books that I have ever read. It is also for people that are really into motorbike racing or the really fast dirt bikes or just the really fast ones I recommend they should read this book.

Highlights: My best part was the dirt bike pages.

Any weak bits? No it was Great!  

Unputdownable? This book was great it was one of the best book I’ve ever read for along time about motorbikes – it was Amazing!