School uniform is something that divides opinion. Before Mounts went off to Croft Farm we wrote a letter to the incoming Headteacher to express our opinions and persuade her that the school uniform should be kept or scrapped:
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When you are writing, use this handy reminder as a prompt for when to start a new paragraph. Just SPPIT out a new paragraph. Take your TIPPS from us:
S – new Speaker or Speech
P – new Person
P – new Place
I- new Idea
T – new Time
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Last week as part of our international day based around Sierra Leone, the children took part in a mask-making activity. Here are some of the completed masks that Mounts made:
And the prizes go to:
Care: Fin M and Amelia
Creativity: Cameron and Skye
Colour: Luke and Jessica
Your next challenge is that you will have to find a way to share your prize with your fellow prize-winner!
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Lot’s of interesting things have arrived in the classroom this week. Here are some examples of History projects from Mounts.
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16th October 1916
I hate it here all the bread is mouldy and the jam is wram. Its DISCUSTING. My best friend had to eat a rat it was because we dared him to do it. Well this isn’t brilliant. When the sergeant shouts his face goes red and everyone gets embarrased. We got given a mission last night I almost got killed I could feel a chill go through my body. I tell you what I had to do last night I HAD TO GO TO NO MANS LAND. I had to run across no mans land a flair spitted across no mans land. I was on the floor for seven minutes, mud blowing up my nose. Mud stinks. I may not be going back for Christmas.
14th October 1914
We can’t wait to go to war. I can’t belive we are going to get paid to shoot the Germans. I am going with my freinds Billy, Bob and Sean. Today we walked up to the stage and we singed up the whole crowd roared. I was so scared. One boy got the white feather no one will talk to him. I felt really bad for him he looks really sad his name is Josh. I don’t like looking at the “your country needs you” poster!
I made a mistake when –
I painted the traffic lights green….
I told my hamster he could surf….
I told my dog he could sing….
I gave my brother paint….