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For our Year 6 DT project this term, the children will be designing, making and eating a Ugandan-style meal. The children have already carried out some research on the internet about popular Ugandan foods, but today Mr Stanley prepared some … Continue reading
On Friday, Rowan Class made cakes to raise money for kitchen equipment for our friends at our twinned school, Kafuro Primary School. But this was no ordinary cooking lesson. Mr Stanley gave the children basic recipe cards and then the … Continue reading
It was that day again! The 2016 version of Liss Junior School Sports Day had an opening ceremony and a Mexican wave built in. The competition was as fierce as ever with the red team narrowly winning from the yellows. … 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
One of the many tasks that Yowasi and Molly carried out on their visit to the UK was to bring letters from the children at Kafuro Primary School to their peers in their twinned classes at Liss. Mr Stanley distributed … Continue reading