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Monthly Archives: March 2015
The great beast Have you ever come face to face with a sea god? Well soon you will. In the city of Collisom there lived a fierce scary king with red evil eyes and jewels. But not only was … Continue reading
The Zgordon There was a small island called Equdor the most quiet place in the world. The reason for this was because of Zgordon; it came every day taking one person’s life. But there was a young man, who was … Continue reading
Hestane and the shadow beast Across the waves of Ancient Greece lived a town of people. Men, women and children were there. Though, not every day was peacefully quiet. Through the caves, that was as black as oil, there was … Continue reading
For homework this week the children were asked to write diary entries for The School Grounds We’d Like Day. The children’s work has started to come in and here are some of the diary entries Max B Yasmin … Continue reading
As many children in Class AS would say…..Today was EPIC! We started very promptly at 9:10am and our first job was to plant 52 rosemary bushes on the steps close to the beehives so that when the plants mature and … Continue reading