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Monthly Archives: October 2013
My autobiography I don’t particularly like being a twin because when I was little me and my brother looked almost identical and people were and still are interested to find out who’s the oldest, so all in all I’d … Continue reading
People may say that the chances of you wining the lottery are very slim but I got lucky. It wasn’t the lottery, but something similar. I won a balloon race. Stroke of luck! £50 seemed like a lot of money … Continue reading
I can write my autobiography I touched the wall of the swimming pool and a relief spread over me as I realised that I had come1st, I felt really lucky I wish I could have done it again. Guilford … Continue reading
I can write my autobiography “It looks awful!” I cried, covering my face in embarrassment as a huge picture of me spread across the TV screen. “You should be pleased! I mean, how many people we know round here have … Continue reading
This afternoon Class AS had a special ICT session with Robogals, engineering students from Southampton University. The children were set a series of challenges to program Lego Mindstorms robots to navigate obstacles using light sensors. To say the children were … Continue reading