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Junior 3 village

Our topic ‘Towns and Villages’ during C.E. lessons inspired us to create our own village made from recycled milk cartons and small cardboard boxes .  Lots of fun, paint, imagination and creativity:)

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Our Outing:)

Here we are at the Limestone Heritage.  It was a beautiful day and we had loads of fun.  We started our visit with a film which filled us with interesting information about limestone.   72 more words

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Our First Week - Jr 3B

Dear Parents,

The  first week of school literally flew by.  I must say it was a GREAT start.  All Junior 3 students settled in perfectly.  I am so proud of each and every one of them.   122 more words

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'Only connect' – or the true value of citizenship education

I would be ashamed to disclose how old I was before I realised that Denis Healey was a real person. Whether it was his association with the fabled Bilderberg Group or his unfeasibly exuberant eye brows, I cannot say, but he retained for me, for many years after I first became aware of him as a regular on the news broadcasts in the 1970s, the quality of a Colossus, greater by far than life-sized and adamantine. 1,090 more words

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Dear Parents and students,

I would like to welcome you to my blog.  I am really looking forward to embark on this journey together.

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What Does It Mean to Vote Wisely?

There are those who have made up their minds and there are those who have not. On this Cooling Off Day (eve of Polling Day on Friday, September 11, 2015), I wish to offer some thoughts on what it means to vote wisely. 1,352 more words

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Has there been progress made in #GE2015?

In every election season, my wife thinks I’m out on a business trip because I’m mostly ‘not at home’ very much due to my close attention to the election hustings. 1,428 more words

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