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Tag Archives: Olympic Fortnight
During Olympic Fortnight Class AS have been looking at why London would make a good Olympic city, not specifically at the sporting reasons, but more at why people would want to visit London. With this in mind as a class … Continue reading
During Olympic Fortnight Class AS have been looking at classic Olympic moments. We decided to create our own interpretations of some of these events. The first film ready for public consumption is an affectionate tribute to Steve Redgrave. Steve Redgrave … Continue reading
This week Class AS have been looking at the life of John Akii – Bua, the first Ugandan to ever win an Olympic gold medal as well as breaking the world record for the 400m hurdles at the same time. … Continue reading
100 m by Josh NB Bang went the gun He’s got to go for gold So he can remember something Something till he’s old He’s got to get it together Or he will lose the race He is running as … Continue reading
Yesterday Class AS were part of a fabulous workshop and opening Olympic ceremony, run by Arne, a Norwegian who came into the school. The children held a variety of flags or played one of many instruments in a procession. The … Continue reading