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Here is the latest about Amie the tiger...

Here is the latest about Amie the tiger... 1
Here is the latest about Amie the tiger... 2
Here is the latest about Amie the tiger... 3
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This week we have been news reporters. A breaking news report has just reach our news desk of the escape of Amie the rare South China Tiger. We shall keep you all updated!

This week we have been news reporters. A breaking news report has just reach our news desk of the escape of Amie the rare South China Tiger. We shall keep you all updated! 1

Researching and writing our endangered posters.

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Window by Jeannie Baker

We have researched about Giant Otters which live in the Amazon. Once we had identified all the information and sorted it into categories (diet, offspring, appearance), we wrote them up into a factfile/information text. We shall now do the same for our homework project.

We have researched about Giant Otters which live in the Amazon. Once we had identified all the information and sorted it into categories (diet, offspring, appearance), we wrote them up into a factfile/information text. We shall now do the same for our homework project. 1
We have researched about Giant Otters which live in the Amazon. Once we had identified all the information and sorted it into categories (diet, offspring, appearance), we wrote them up into a factfile/information text. We shall now do the same for our homework project. 2

T6 Wk1 We have been eagerly anticipating the election this week and had many discussions on how voting and parliament work. In keeping with this, we have held a debate: Should fidget spinners be allowed in schools?

T6 Wk1 We have been eagerly anticipating the election this week and had many discussions on how voting and parliament work. In keeping with this, we have held a debate: Should fidget spinners be allowed in schools? 1
T6 Wk1 We have been eagerly anticipating the election this week and had many discussions on how voting and parliament work. In keeping with this, we have held a debate: Should fidget spinners be allowed in schools? 2

Our initial first vote was:

Yes - 8

No - 2

Sometimes - 5

After our first debate we took another vote which resulted in:

Yes - 3

No -  3

Sometimes - 9

We then tried to deepen our reasons by explain the positive/ negative effects of fidget spinners in school. Our final results were:

Yes - 1

No - 2

Sometimes - 12

As you can see, we had been very persuasive.