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Tag Archives: Henry
With recent figures showing that adult participation in sport has actually dropped since the London Olympics, we decide to create posters to advertise the benefits of various sports. Here are some of the best. Henry & Rupert Finn & Charlie … Continue reading
Rabbit In the lush green grass Rabbit, I see you Prancing Black button eyes As dark as night Peering over me In the lush green grass Rabbit, I see you Prancing Long flappy ears Like flags on … Continue reading
The Musication Rap C’mon everybody listen to the app I’m here to tell u bout the music tap, I’m given Musication To the dope fresh nation Don’t u worry its all abbreviation Think bout the music through the years Sir … Continue reading
Hansel & Gretel – What actually happened Hi my name is Miss Whitehart, but for some odd reason everyone calls me a witch. It’s only because I’m old, I just don’t get it. If you ask me I’m a very … Continue reading
As an introduction to writing stories from a point of view, we revisited the trial of Wilf Wolf, which we had looked at earlier in the year. The children were placed in groups and asked to write letters from the point of … Continue reading