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  • Pharrel (Year 1)

    Published on Monday 25th January 2016

    Year 1 have been learning about the Arctic and Antarctic.  Well done to Pharrel on a bright and colourful piece of work.

  • TJ (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 21st January 2016

    Year 3 have been creating some outstanding Roman Soldiers.  Well done to TJ for creating such a fantastic picture.

  • Tegan (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 21st January 2016

    Year 3 have been creating some outstanding Roman Soldiers.  Well done to Tegan for creating such a fantastic picture.

  • Lilly (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 21st January 2016

    Year 3 have been creating some outstanding Roman Soldiers.  Well done to Lilly for creating such a fantastic picture.

  • Katie (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 21st January 2016

    Year 3 have been creating some outstanding Roman Soldiers.  Well done to Katie for creating such a fantastic picture.

  • Emmie (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 21st January 2016

    Year 3 have been creating some outstanding Roman Soldiers.  Well done to Emmie for creating such a fantastic picture.

  • Bobby (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 21st January 2016

    Year 3 have been creating some outstanding Roman Soldiers.  Well done to Bobby for creating such a fantastic picture.

  • Alex (Year 3)

    Published on Thursday 21st January 2016

    Year 3 have been creating some outstanding Roman Soldiers.  Well done to Alex for creating such a fantastic picture.

  • Daisy-Mai (Year 2)

    Published on Tuesday 19th January 2016

    Well done to Daisy-Mai on this great observational drawing of a plant.

  • Elizabeth (Year 3)

    Published on Tuesday 19th January 2016

    Year 3 have been learning about the Romans. Well done to Elizabeth for a bright and colourful wanted poster.

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