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Monthly Archives: January 2013
This work is a couple of weeks old when the class were looking at making notes and expanding them for the first time. George, Sam and Oliver produced a detailed information text on Liss which they have also expanded into … Continue reading
Class AS had a special treat today when Finn brought in an actual evacuee’s suitcase complete with two gas masks. One was suitable for a baby and was very large. The second gas mask was designed for a child so … Continue reading
Here’s hoping that it doesn’t snow on Thursday night and Friday morning, so we can all have a wonderful day at school! However, should school be closed on Friday these are the activities for Class AS: 1) Complete the Education … Continue reading
In literacy this week Class AS have been looking at making notes by skimming and scanning text and writing down the most important information. This morning Mr Stanley read out a passage all about rationing and the class made notes. … Continue reading
Christmas homework for Class AS included research into World War Two. Henry and Andrew created some lovely PowerPoints to share their learning which can be downloaded below. Andrew’s World War 2 Research World War 2 Henry G