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Y3 & Y4 Spellings

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Y6 Spellings

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Y5 Spellings

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World Book Day by Ben

I chose to dress up as War Horse for World Book Day 2016, it is an amazing book by one of my favourite authors Michael Morpurgo. The reason I chose to be Joey the horse and someone else, is because I had been reading the book and I remembered at home I had a rubber horse head that looks likes his head so all I needed was some brown trousers and ...

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World Book Day by Connie

I chose to dress up on the 3rd of March 2016, World Book Day as the Mad Hatter. I chose the Mad Hatter, because he is mad, but mainly because of the way he acts; curious, intrigued, and he never gives up. His strong, bold character can also be quite funny. Even in the darkest times, he always has a plan. By Connie

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