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Liss Junior School children respond to Kafuro Primary School’s ideas

Yesterday Mr Stanley held an assembly where he shared with the school the ideas that children from Kafuro Primary School had generated for The School Grounds We’d Like. He shared each idea from classes P4 – P7 with the children and invited … Continue reading

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The School Grounds We’d Like Presentation Assembly

After seven days of intense work, yesterday Liss Junior School held the presentation assembly for The School Grounds We’d Like. This was an  extremely important assembly as the outcome would contribute to the school development plan. Not only was Mr … Continue reading

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Experimenting with sustainable building materials

Class AS have been looking at different forms of building as part of The School Grounds We’d Like project. We were particularly interested in the way that Kafuro Primary School can make structures out of cane, banana twine and banana … Continue reading

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Third term begins at Kafuro Primary School.

Our third term begun 8th Sept which was last Monday. The pupils had been on holiday which lasted for four weeks.An assembly was held on Monday morning to welcome the children in the school for their third academic term, the last … Continue reading

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The School Grounds We’d Like – Launch Assembly

Today was a very important day at Liss Junior School as we began our transition topic for the year entitled The School Grounds We’d Like. Mr Stanley took the assembly and began by reminding the children of the work they had … Continue reading

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