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Daily Archives: June 1, 2012
During Olympic Fortnight Class AS have been looking at why London would make a good Olympic city, not specifically at the sporting reasons, but more at why people would want to visit London. With this in mind as a class … Continue reading
Here’s the second batch of newspaper reports. John Akii Bua Josh NB John Akii Bua Newspaper Cameron John Akii Bua Newspaper Jack John Akii Bua Newspaper Charlotte John Akii Bua Newspaper Ben John Akii Bua Newspaper Oliver
Mrs Rorke organised a great party this afternoon with 1950s games, party food, special guests (who have helped us throughout the year) and music and dance from Bohunt. Photos from the afternoon are displayed below.
During Olympic Fortnight Class AS have been looking at classic Olympic moments. We decided to create our own interpretations of some of these events. The first film ready for public consumption is an affectionate tribute to Steve Redgrave. Steve Redgrave … Continue reading