Daily Archives: October 23, 2013

Desert Disaster – Abi S

Desert Disaster   It was 6:00 am at Gatwick Airport [not fun]. Bob England sat in the waiting room which felt like a fire was raging all around. There were babies crying, children chatting and grown-ups silently staring at the … Continue reading

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Desert Disaster – Peter

The desert disaster At Gatwick in the north terminal a man, called Dave Morph, was on his way to China to work. Dave had brown hair and his eyes were bright blue. He was unlucky because he was about 7.0 … Continue reading

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Desert Disaster – Andrew N

Desert Disaster Heathrow Airport is never a brilliant place to be spending an hour of your Sunday morning; however this is exactly what six passengers were doing. Amongst them was a businessman named Larry Wrinklow. Larry was particularly annoyed today … Continue reading

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Desert Disaster – Daisy

Last week the children hotseated characters for a story opening. This week they have been writing, editing and refining their story openings. Here’s Daisy’s desert disaster: The desert disaster It was a stifling hot June afternoon and the passengers who … Continue reading

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The Role of Women in Ancient Greek Society – Abi S

Women in Ancient Greece The rich women of Greece are very easy to pick out on pots because they are usually dressed in flowing garments and they have lots of jewellery on. They usually did not leave the house. We … Continue reading

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The Role of Women in Ancient Greek Society – Andrew N

In history this term we have been looking at Ancient Greek pots to deduce evidence of the lives of men and women in Ancient Greek times. The children looked at a range of photos of pots and written sources of … Continue reading

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