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If you plant a conker...

About three years ago we planted a conker in a plant pot. We then had to protect it from the squirrels who were desperate to dig it up! 202 more words

Garden

A Stroll and A Giant Conker

Sunday, April 13th.

With Emma having just finished two night shifts, on the bounce, I decided to take Erin and Keilyn out for the morning, so that Emma could catchup on some sleep, knowing that she had to work tonight, too. 984 more words

Stroll

Look what I just got in the mail! ^^

Before Conker became the beloved drunken ball of fur we all know him as in Conker’s Bad Fur Day he was actually an E-rated kind of guy! 106 more words

A Gamer's Diary

Student Focus - a pick of the bunch

          

And here, in no particular order, is a selection of old and new student work: figurative and abstract, humorous and serious.

From top left: Stephen, Ulla, Des, Des, Kaylee, Maxine, Caroline, Alex, Lesley and Mike.

Students' Works

"Puh Puh Puh Puh Pink Lanterns!"

Everyone remembers what happened earlier right?

My big brother and I were gonna go out to bring the lost beetles back to their homes but we learned something new and very important from Cardinal Snowfield and Bishop Delaney.   1,004 more words

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What are Conkers?

The seeds of the Horse Chestnut tree (Aesculus hippocastanum) are commonly known as “conkers” in Great Britain and Ireland.

The Horse Chestnut tree is a popular ornamental tree found in gardens, parks, churchyards and streets in cities, towns and villages throughout the British Isles. 572 more words

Conkers