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The Merchant of Venice

You might be aware of C.S. Woolley’s work with Foxton Books, modernising the classics and simplifying them so that those learning English can enjoy reading the complicated narratives even when they know only a small portion of the language. 248 more words

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What is the highest common factor?

What is the highest common factor?

The highest common factor of two numbers is the largest whole number which is a factor of both. This can sometimes also be called the… 604 more words

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Animating the past- Charter of the Forest

Hand-made creations often catch the eye and the imagination- that’s why we still use a lot of sugar paper, pine cones and plasticine in our work with schools. 290 more words

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What is BODMAS?

What is BODMAS?

BODMAS (or sometimes BIDMAS) is a simple acronym that helps you remember the order in which to solve calculations. Sometimes calculations can get a little more complicated than 2+2! 437 more words

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Learning the 7 x Table: Hacks, tips & tricks

Learning the 7 x table is vital for mathematics.

They may be a chore to learn and practice, but believe us, once learnt, they will stick you for life. 631 more words

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What are Powerful Verbs? | Powerful Verbs Explained

What are Powerful Verbs?

Powerful verbs are more descriptive verbs that can really make a huge difference to your writing.

Verbs are, very basically, doing words. 589 more words

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Granny's Groceries

Guest blog….by “Red” from Riding Wood.

School children in the New Forest are so welcoming and helpful. I’ve recently been running errands for my Granny, fetching her groceries to her cottage in the middle of the woods. 277 more words

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