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In history, we have been looking at the lives of Ancient Greek women and trying to draw conclusions based on the clay pots from the time. The children examined a range of evidence and wrote about their findings: James E … Continue reading
On Friday 15th April, Liss Junior School had a school grounds day and Freya, Jade, Katie and Imogen from Class AS were chosen to go to the pond area and work with the rangers from Queen Elizabeth Country Park. First, … Continue reading
As most parents will know, Class AS have been studying spy stories this term with our class reader, Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz. Over the past couple of weeks the children have been writing their own stories (and when I say … Continue reading
After this week’s Selborne field studies trip, the children were set homework to write a trip report. Here are some of the children’s reports: Freya Violet Ashleigh Hannah Ned C Oliver K
As many of our parents will know, we have been studying Shaun Tan’s – The Arrival in Literacy at the end of last term and the beginning of this term. As an end of unit write, we decided to compile … Continue reading