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Even More Olympic Poems

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

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All good things come to those who wait – Letters from Kafuro

On Thursday we were visited by Johan & Peter Welsh, who gave a presentation to the Lower School before giving a talk to the whole school at assembly time. They had brought back with them a short film about Kafuro … Continue reading

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Poetry – The Woods

This week in literacy we have been looking at a a range of poems about woods, all with different rhyming patterns. We have also investigated simile, metaphor, alliteration and assonance, personification and onomatopoeia. We gathered together a stockpot of words, … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek Non – Chronological Report: Will W

  Ancient Olympic Games   The Olympic games are the oldest and most important competition of all. The first Olympic games were in 776BC. They took place in Olympia every 4 years. Read on to find out more.   Events … Continue reading

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Theseus & the Minotaur – The Dance

This term in dance we have been looking at Theseus and the Minotaur. Each week we have created, practised and evaluated a different part of the dance, then today we put it all together and performed it as a whole. … Continue reading

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Will W’s Sand Fairy description

The sand fairy Rummaging through the sand, the sand fairy wakes up with his bold black eyes opening. His first sight is the sandy caves he lives in. He smells horrible; it was like rotten lavender and sick. Slowly, the … Continue reading

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