Mt. Everest in Room 11
Recently in Room 11 we have been learning about Mt. Everest. We read a story in our Reading Zone called "On Top of the World", all about Mt. Everest and Edmund Hillary who reached the summit of Mt. Everest on May 29th, 1953.
We began to wonder what it would be like to climb Mt. Everest and wished we could ask Edmund Hillary all about his adventures!
Luckily for us, even though Ms. McGrath couldn't provide an interview with Edmund Hillary, she could provide an interview with her friend Richard who had climbed to Everest Base Camp.
We compiled a long list of questions for Richard about his time climbing Mt. Everest; we wanted to know about the weather, what sort of equipment he needed, what food he ate and what training he had to do.
On Monday 21st September, Richard came to our class and we conducted our interview. He told us all about how he trained by climbing smaller mountains in Britain and Ireland, how his cup of tea froze over night on the side of Mt. Everest and how if you didn't get out of the way of a mountain yak, he would knock you off the mountain!! Richard showed us pictures of his climb to base came and brought in a Nepalese flag to show us.
Check out some of these pictures below!
If you know an interesting fact about Mount Everest, please share what you know below too
ella rm 14
29/9/2015 07:07:33 pm
That is really cool
29/9/2015 07:16:49 pm
Hope you had a wonderful time learning about mt.Everest.
30/9/2015 12:04:03 pm
That looks so cool.
30/9/2015 12:05:37 pm
I would love to clime Mt Everest.
30/9/2015 12:56:29 pm
That looks so cool I can't wait to learn about Mt.Everest.
1/10/2015 12:53:03 pm
did you know the youngest person to climb Mt.Everest was 13 years old for a boy and for a girl too!!!!!
1/10/2015 12:53:44 pm
thank you sooo much richard for coming in
Alison Rm 15
1/10/2015 08:35:02 pm
2/10/2015 09:52:22 pm
I hope you liked learning💛💛
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