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- Poetry, Danegeld and Ethelred the Unready! (Larch Class)
- Year 5 Design Technology – Pizza Making (Birch Class)
- Year 5 Design Technology – Pizza Making (Pine Class)
- This week we have been… (Larch Class)
- Alice Holt (Larch Class)
- School Grounds Day 2019 (Ash Class)
- Whales explanation texts (Larch Class)
- Y3 and Y4 trips (Larch Class)
- World Book Day 7th March (Ash Class)
- World Book Day (Birch Class)
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Daily Archives: February 28, 2012
Last Thursday saw further messages exchanged with our twinned school in Kafuro. They were able to email us this time instead of sending text messages. Some of the key things we found out this time were: Many of the children … Continue reading
Last Wednesday Class AS went on a geography field trip to Selborne to study rivers. We all had a fantastic time working with Simon and the children should be able to explain what PEP and TED means with all authority. … Continue reading
Last Monday afternoon saw the annual Liss Junior School pancake races and Class AS, as usual, played a full part with four very competitive races as the pictures below show.
We never really went away, but we’ had so much content on our blog that we had to upgrade our account and that’s taken a little while. The next few posts should catch up on events of the last week.