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School closure as Government Instruction

January 24, 2020

Day

Aidan and Violet blog: We’ve made head-dresses and totem poles in PPA  because it is part of our topic this term Native Americans.  In science we’ve been looking at  DNA.  We were looking at what we inherit through generations. How we look like our mums and dads.  We thought about cross breeding: a dog and...
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Layla and Tristan blog: We’ve had such a fun week: learning how to add numbers together, making pictures of Inuits.  We’ve been in the ICT suite on the computers and done some drawing! Some of us went cooking in our Little Kitchen: we made cornet cakes, they look like ice-creams and are scrummy!  
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Kieron and Mary-Lou blog: We had a party disco in our classroom this week, because we filled our marble jar up to 94! We earned the marbles being really good and doing good work! We made volcanoes out of paper, bottles, tissue paper and glue! We are going to put coke and mintoes inside and...
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Nosh, Axl and Davie blog; We have been using the VR headsets this week to look at Antarctica: it was really exciting, we saw enormous icebergs, penguins, it was all white, frozen and cold. In one of the pictures there was a mountain, it had cracks in it, it looked like you were standing on...
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George, Maddie, Lineta and David blog: We’ve finished the book ‘The Penguin who Wanted to Find Out’.  He wanted to find out what it was like to be a ‘grown up’: he thought it would be good.  We wrote letters this week, George’s went to a Polar Bear.  He asked a question about how cold...
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Laila-May and Billy: We’ve been making totem-poles  out of clay this week in PPA, it links to our topic of Native Americans.  They made them to represent their families and blood lines. In English we are reading the book ‘In the Footsteps of Crazy Horse’, it’s about Native American battles and wars.  They were fighting...
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