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Simon & Jack S Lunch time at school C’mon everybody Let’s have a food fight We’ll throw our tomatoes With all our might If we’re found out We’ll have to clean up Or my mum will hit me with … Continue reading
In history we have been looking at the Roman invasion of Britain in AD43 and examining the reasons why Claudius took the decision to invade. The children were asked to examine a range of evidence and draw their own conclusions. … Continue reading
Liss Junior School Hill Brow Road Liss GU33 7LQ Wednesday 1st April 2015 Dear Mr Burford, I am writing to you to say that I am not impressed with the decision you have made that school uniform should go. I, … Continue reading
Liss Junior School Hillbrow Road Liss GU33 7RQ Tuesday 31st March Dear Mr Burford, I am writing to inform you that school uniform should stay unless you want a school of fashion obsessed pupils, which I am sure you … Continue reading
Hestane and the shadow beast Across the waves of Ancient Greece lived a town of people. Men, women and children were there. Though, not every day was peacefully quiet. Through the caves, that was as black as oil, there was … Continue reading