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Base 4- where has this week gone? We have been so busy with so many things this week; we have continued with the Wrenbury walk, something that I think everyone is really enjoying. We have worked hard on our topic books which are looking really fantastic. Our reading this week has focused on the life of Gandhi, we have explored some of his famous quotes and looked closely at what they mean. The year 6 children have been working hard on their leavers assembly for Monday- there may only be 11 of them but crikey they are putting their all into it- well done guys! I know that you will make everybody proud, and perhaps shed a tear! We also had a lovely parents lunch, it was so good to see so many parents join us. To top of the week we have really enjoyed our final fun swim session — you really had a blast and it was great to watch you have such fun together.
I hope you all have a great, restful weekend and I look forward to enjoying our last few days together as Base 4 next week.

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