Author Archives: hgreen

Pancake Races

On Shrove Tuesday, it is traditional to make pancakes. In the UK, many people hold ‘pancake races’. At Liss Junior School, every year we have our own pancake races. Children have to run whilst holding a frying pan with a … Continue reading

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Making music with instruments

During the time our Ugandan teachers visited us, we were able to learn more about Ugandan culture by listening to what Mrs Molly taught us. We were also able to have a go at playing some of the instruments that … Continue reading

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English tea party with Mr Yowasi

On the last day of his visit to the UK, Mr Yowasi spent the day at our school. We wanted to send him off with an English Tradition – tea and cake! Mr Yowasi kindly helped us make a Victoria … Continue reading

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Mrs Molly goes horse riding!

On Tuesday, we took Mrs Molly to Hewshott Farm Stables to join us in our horse riding lesson. Mrs Molly told us that she has never experienced horse riding  before! She put on her crash hat and was helped up … Continue reading

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wageni mwakaribishwa (welcome) Mrs Molly to class HG!

We welcomed Mrs Molly to class HG on Tuesday. Mrs Molly kindly talked to us about her home and the jobs she did; Mrs Molly then shared some Ugandan action songs with us. We had a go at learning them … Continue reading

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