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Muhudi teaches us to count!

Our Ugandan friend and teacher, Mr Muhudi came to teach us how to count to 20 in Runyankore-Rukiga. He showed us how to say each word and then we copied him. He also began to teach us the alphabet in … Continue reading

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Saxons in Winchester – We find the evidence!

On Thursday, we joined classes JA and EJ on a trip to Winchester. We arrived at the Education Centre, by the Cathedral, and were met by Mrs Bryan who would be looking after us for the day. Our first activity was … Continue reading

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Cob Oven Cooking

In history, we have been learning about the Saxons. We found out that Saxons had ‘feasts’ and a typical food that would have been available were ‘Oat Cakes’. The Saxons would have had to use fire lit ‘ovens’ to bake … Continue reading

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HG’s Cultural Museum

Cultural Museum video Followers of our blog and the school, will already have heard about our transition topic ‘Our Cultural Museum’. We thought about the things that are important to the people of Liss. We chose our top 10 items … Continue reading

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Welcome back to the new term!

Everyone came back to school after the long summer holidays, in very good spirits. We have enjoyed hearing all about everyone’s news and adventures of what they have been up to during August. This week, we have introduced our new … Continue reading

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