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- CONNECTING CONSERVATION COMMUNITIES TOGETHER, IN CONSERVING FOR GENERATIONS (Kafuro & Liss blog)
- Uganda 2018 Day 15: Zach Prior’s Sherbet Fruits and Some Final Thoughts (Kafuro & Liss blog)
- Uganda 2018 Day 14: Buwenge Bound (Kafuro & Liss blog)
- Uganda 2018 Day 13: New Blood (Kafuro & Liss blog)
- Uganda 2018 Day 12: Hot springs (Kafuro & Liss blog)
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- Gardening and Competition Winners! (Larch Class)
- Welcome! (Ash Class)
- Samba concert (Beech Class blog)
- Athletics competition (Beech Class blog)
- A day with a Viking! (Beech Class blog)
- Viking assembly (Beech Class blog)
- CM Sports Fundraising for Uganda (Birch Class)
- Countryside judging day (Larch Class)
- Calshot continued! (Larch Class)
- Calshot Residential (Larch Class)
- Calshot 2018 – Day 3 (Maple Class)
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Daily Archives: September 25, 2016
A quick reminder to all Rowan children and parents that Pedal Power starts tomorrow for all children. Children should bring their bikes to school along with a helmet, coat and trousers. Sessions will run all week.
During Countries Fortnight, we have been studying Armin Greder’s novel, The Island, which tells the story of a stranger who is washed up on the beach of an isolated island. The focus of the novel is how the man is … Continue reading
Throughout the past two weeks all the classes at Liss Junior School have been taking part in Countries Fortnight. This has involved each class examining British values and thinking carefully about the values that would underpin a country that they’ve … Continue reading