Changing Communities: Building in Liss part 9

Building on the Andlers Wood development continues apace. The photos show that there is plenty of activity.

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Changing Communities: Building in Liss part 8

The Covid – 19 outbreak has delayed building on the Andlers Wood project in Liss. Show homes, which were due to be available to view in July, have now been delayed until December. However, work has restarted and there will be road closures for six weeks while essential work is carried out.

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Changing Communities: Building in Liss part 7

Work continues apace on the site at Andlers Wood, and as the photos show, there is now a big billboard advertising the new houses.

The first foundations have been laid and the website below gives you much more detail about the new estate.

https://www.cala.co.uk/homes-for-sale/thames/andlers-wood

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Changing Communities: Building in Liss part 6

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Uganda celebration event at Liss Junior School

Uganda Celebration Event

Many thanks to all the pupils and parents who attended our Uganda Celebration. We were joined by Mr. Davies and Mrs. Masika, the headteachers of Hambledon Primary School and Rihamu Junior School respectively. We were also visited by Olga Rey from the British Council who was incredibly impressed by the work displayed from the four schools. She described the partnership as ‘prolific’.

Work on display at the event included examples of the learning from all three of the units that Yr 3 and Yr 6 have been working on in conjunction with Kafuro. Additionally, there were samples of work from the  wider Yr 6 curriculum where their topic this term has been Uganda. These included African—style bags and travel guides to Uganda written by the children.

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