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This term the children have been working with Mrs Horrocks on watercolour painting. They made initial sketches, learned how to apply the paint correctly, chose a scene, photographed the scene and finally painted the watercolours. There was some lovely work … Continue reading
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
My friend Issy In the morning she feels dizzy By midday she’s feeling fizzy Who is it? Who can it be? Only one, my friend Issy At night she’s in a whizz When she sleeps she loses her … Continue reading
Over the past couple of weeks we have been looking at writing stories from the point of view of one of the characters. We looked at the alternative fairy tales that Class AS wrote two years ago and decided to … Continue reading
Dear Scarlet, I am writing to you to complain about you stitching me up, to get me in serious trouble! My first complaint would be the fact that you got me into court in the first place. You just … Continue reading