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Tag Archives: Geography
In geography we have coninued our studies of Uganda. We havebeen looking at photos of rural and urban Uganda and also watched the film, Queen of Katwe, with a focus on identifying what life in Kampala might be like. The … Continue reading
In geography, we have started our new topic on Uganda and we look forward to seeing lots of parents at our assembly on Wednesday to find out about our learning. This week we have been looking at different photos of … Continue reading
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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
Classes AS and HG braved the elements today and attended the Gilbert White Field Studies Centre in Selborne to undertake some practical activities relating to rivers. The first activity took place at the meadow river and the children had to … Continue reading