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Africa: Religion, Myth and Music (A Post by C13)

Hi, I am C13,   Claire's younger twin.   As you may have guessed from previous posts I am a vivacious and fun loving teenager.☺ I am passionate about music, reading, writing and religious studies.  I therefore intend to focus on these passions whilst learning about Africa. Africa: Religion, Myth and Music Learning to play the bongos: I love…

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Precious Memories

Another fabulous week!  We have all been hard at work, and enjoying ourselves thoroughly.  We seem to be whizzing through all the work I had planned and the children (some of whom are not really children anymore) have produced some top notch work. On Sunday we spent the day at Wisley spending some time in…

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T14’s Physics IGCSE came through!

Just heard and thought I'd share.  T got an A in his very first IGCSE in Physics.  I'm just a little bit proud 🙂

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An Experiment to Demonstrate how Gastroliths Help a Dinosaur Digest its Food

Last week in our dinosaur unit we learnt that Stegosaurus, our dinosaur of the week, was a herbivore and ingested stones known as gastroliths (a bit like hens ingesting gravel), which helped to break down the tough plant material.  This was a glaring opportunity to experiment and investigate a bit further. Equipment for each child…

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Dr Seuss: If I ran a Rain Forest

The South America unit study we began last summer was never really finished as it was tricky for me to be part of it due to all the Shakespeare work the older ones and I were doing.  Just recently I have had the opportunity to review a curriculum from EdTechLens all about the rain forests.  It…

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