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Archive for October, 2015

Our trip to the March Foundation

On Monday we traveled by our minibus to Greensleeves House to see Mrs Glossop, Mrs Munn and Mrs Ottley at the March Foundation. As soon as we arrived, we put on our wellies and followed Mrs Glossop’s lead on a walk to an old water mill. The water mill was no longer in operation, but […]

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Cob Oven Cooking

In history, we have been learning about the Saxons. We found out that Saxons had ‘feasts’ and a typical food that would have been available were ‘Oat Cakes’. The Saxons would have had to use fire lit ‘ovens’ to bake their oat cakes. To have a real experience of this, we lit our own Cob […]


Our Art work inspired by Yvonne Coomber

In our art session, we took inspiration from the Devonshire artist, Yvonne Coomber. We particularly liked this painting;   We had a go at recreating it in our own style. Mrs Horrocks helped us work together as a team and complete the work in stages over a few weeks. Hope you like it! ABOUT YVONNE […]


HG’s Cultural Museum

Cultural Museum video Followers of our blog and the school, will already have heard about our transition topic ‘Our Cultural Museum’. We thought about the things that are important to the people of Liss. We chose our top 10 items that we think represent what Liss is all about and put them in our own […]


September’s Star Riders!

Our instructors have been looking for good sitting positions; straight backs, heels down, hands still. They have also noticed how well our riders are doing at rising trot and controlling their horses to go left, right and ‘whoa!’. Well done to our star riders for September!


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