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Monthly Archives: November 2013
The class have been working hard today writing persuasive letters to Mr Burford and preparing questions for their survey. An ongoing task is to produce a PowerPoint of the activities that have taken place during the fortnight and also to … Continue reading
Today was the beginning of the first Enterprise Fortnight for three and a half years. Our objective was to create a range of products (or a single product) to sell at a Liss Christmas Market. Obviously making a big profit … Continue reading
Over the course of the term the children have been creating a dance for the story of Theseus and the Minotaur. Today was the final rehearsal before filming each group’s dance next Friday. The finished dances should appear on this … Continue reading
Last month Class AS worked with Mrs Horrocks to design their own Christmas cards. They were sent off to be made into cards, which have now been returned to the school along with the original designs. Many of them were … Continue reading
Tonight is the Liss fireworks party and, as usual, Class AS have been clothing a Guy for the bonfire. Many thanks to Mrs Moore who performed her usual sterling work in making the guy and coordinating the children to dress him.