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Monthly Archives: March 2013
Today was Class AS’ turn to visit the Rural Life Centre where we undertook a range of activities. We visited a 1940s classroom where the children practised their handwriting using pens, ink, blotting paper and a handwriting book. The children … Continue reading
Lo- I can write a myth Dardanos trudged home miserably, kicking aside a stick. Another day hunting and only one cow caught. Of course, he knew why this was. All of the animals had been scared of by the Gorog, … Continue reading
What an amazing day in Class AS. There were 14 entries in the Red Nose Day Bake off Challenge and the standard was incredibly high. While Mr Stanley and Mrs Moore walked around drooling, the children had the difficult task of selecting … Continue reading
Afficher cette année la mode française a pris un thème Deuxième Guerre mondiale. Les enfants portaient des vêtements des années 1940 sur le podium et ont défilé au son de l’orchestre de Glenn Miller. Ainsi que chanter deux chansons françaises, … Continue reading
Non-chronological report about Elephants Elephants Elephants are the largest animals in the animal kingdom. With their muscly body they can weigh up to 6048 kg. Their trunks have 150000 muscles and no bones. Therefore it can carry up to four … Continue reading
African Animals There are many animals that live in Africa, some savage hunters and others harmless as a cow. The animals that are mentioned in this report, however, are the killers, the predators. Some reptilian, some mammal, these carnivorous animals … Continue reading