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03/11/18

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Kelly Clark

Great day at my client with so much to celebrate https://t.co/GKstEPc7Xe

03/11/18

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Little Parndon

Thank you for taking the time to visit Little Parndon today. The children loved talking to you and really appreciated your official opening of our new Library and Sensory room. https://t.co/K4tpGV8APC

03/11/18

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Teaching School

What a line up for our ‘Leading School Improvement’ programme https://t.co/7qZsk6VwEx

04/07/18

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Teaching School

Aspiring Heads and Middle Leaders sweated it out at their last CPLD session of this academic year with Mrs Laing , Mr Collins and Ms Walsh this evening &LPie https://t.co/zP3TqLCS73

30/06/18

Summer fete today 12-4pm. Lots of fun for all the family. Great work by the pta and staff. Please come along to support us. https://t.co/awDfA0IBYQ

21/06/18

Greece lighting for year 5 today. I hope you all enjoyed the trip! https://t.co/SiALGInZxp

20/06/18

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Little Parndon

Science is alive! An amazing week organised by a very talented science leader. https://t.co/N9mbyw5qWA

20/06/18

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Little Parndon

Best day ever! https://t.co/J8OODIdrpV

15/06/18

We've had an amazing 🇫🇷French 🇫🇷adventure today. Unfortunately our Ferry is late, so we are estimating an arrival time at 🇬🇧BurntMill🇬🇧 for 9pm.

15/06/18

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BMAT MFLanguages

Another wonderful afternoon at Nausicaa with ....🇫🇷🇫🇷🇫🇷🇫🇷 https://t.co/ARQSVN2QOU

15/06/18

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BMAT MFLanguages

Wonderful morning in the Old Town! Now onto Nausicaa with https://t.co/IneF8wejMe

15/06/18

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Little Parndon

The Nausicaá was 'epic!' https://t.co/LcpOshdKza

15/06/18

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Little Parndon

The old town https://t.co/bi9BWDd9jr

15/06/18

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BMAT MFLanguages

On thé ferry with and ! France, see you soon! https://t.co/nRl4E4pPqq

15/06/18

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Freshwaters Academy

Goodbye Dover. Bonjour France! https://t.co/6Vc1PElXbL

15/06/18

Goodbye Dover. Bonjour France! https://t.co/6Vc1PElXbL

15/06/18

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E. Corinne Lee

Making good time. All smiles and very excited here https://t.co/e5of1S1PQk

15/06/18

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BMAT MFLanguages

It’s the turn of and to go to Boulogne today! We’re on the coach to Dover! 🇫🇷🇫🇷

15/06/18

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Little Parndon

We're off with . Next stop Boulogne! Who knew Mrs Lee could do this? https://t.co/a0yDFq5LZ1

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Crime scene shocks children

Crime scene shocks children

Posted: 23rd May 2018

Shocked pupils arrived in school to find a murder scene in their classroom.

Instead of panicking, Year 5 pupils at Freshwaters Primary Academy donned their overalls and launched an investigation.

The year group has been studying Macbeth and on finding the murder scene, began writing diary entries and newspaper articles about events leading up to the death of King Duncan.

Working with criminal forensics expert Paige Wakelin, pupils also lifted and compared fingerprints and scoured the scene – taped off with a body outline drawn on the floor – for evidence.

Ian Jose, SENCo, said: “Pupils were challenged to come up with a suspect profile based on what they found and interviewed ‘Macbeth’ and eye witnesses.

“It was something completely new for them and created some real excitement. It helped to bring the topic of Macbeth to life, but also was an opportunity to learn about careers, science, law and the legal process. In their PSHE lesson, they have recently learnt about crime and punishment, so it all ties in as they looked at appropriate consequences for the murder they investigated.”

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