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L.O:- I can change informal language into formal language. Informal Hey, me did nothin wrong! Me went down to the boozer to chill out man. Me drank too much, you know. I started to feel Tom and Dick real bad … Continue reading
Olympic Fortnight started yesterday with an opening ceremony in which a torch was brought into the hall. Elyse was the torch-bearer for Class AS. Today the children have worked on creating their own Olympic poems. The children were given complete freedom to … Continue reading
On Thursday we were visited by Johan & Peter Welsh, who gave a presentation to the Lower School before giving a talk to the whole school at assembly time. They had brought back with them a short film about Kafuro … Continue reading
This week in Class AS we have been joined by Olympic mascots Wenlock and Mandeville. They will be joining pupils from the class as they take part in sports, fitness and health related activities. Tonight they were with Abi P … Continue reading
Today in Literacy we have been looking carefully at the famous Allan Allberg poem, Please Mrs Butler. we looked carefully at the rhyming structure, the four line stanzas and the fact that each line had a similar number of syllables, so that … Continue reading