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We have had lots of fun in Base 1 and for the next two weeks we will be:

Writing about our weekend.
Designing and making rockets.
Learning about time and making clocks.
Making repeating patterns.
Taking photographs of our favourite cuddly toy wearing our repeating pattern scarf.
Preparation for our Easter Service.
Looking at trees in our school environment.
The Easter story.
Spring and new life poems.
Easter baskets.
Easter cooking.

Thank you to all our helpers who have helped us to make our topic books look fantastic. We are still enjoying our Mystery Readers and we are taking bookings for after the Easter holiday!

Thank you for the empty plastic bottles, please keep them coming!

We really appreciate the fantastic support from all the Parents in Base 1.

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