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- British Values – Democracy (Willow Class)
- Stone Age Counting (Ash Class)
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Tag Archives: Rowan Class
On Friday, Rowan Class pupils at Liss held a pizza sale using many of the tomatoes tthat last year’s Rowan Class had grown in the bottle greenhouse. Mr Stanley cooked down the tomatoes and added onion before blitzing it into … Continue reading
Biane To write a diary entry in character Dear Diary, Today was a nerve-wracking day. I woke up at 5:24 on a Saturday. After I ate my scrumptious breakfast, I put on baggy green trousers, a light blue shirt with … Continue reading
Congratulations to all the children in Rowan Class for completing their final year at Liss Junior School. You should all be very proud of what you have achieved. Have a great summer and good luck in your future education!
After reaching 175 class credits, the children voted to have a pizza part and time on the field on Friday afternoon. Unfortunately, the weather was horrible, so time on the field became a film in class. However, we did make … Continue reading
Over the last couple of weeks Year 6 have been working with East Hampshire Community Rail Partnership and South Western Railway to prepare for rail travel as they move on to secondary school and increasingly have more independence with their … Continue reading