Monthly Archives: May 2015

Finland Visit (Day Four)

      Today we have been enjoying ourselves playing football with the Finnish children and having fun in their school playground. Last night we visited a Finnish family and had a barbeque with them. We cooked sausages over an open fire. They … Continue reading

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Finland Visit (Day 3)

    Today we walked 3 kilometres through the forest to see some rock paintings that were created in the Stone Age. It was very interesting. The children have some messages for their families… Dear Mum, I miss you lots. … Continue reading

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Finland Visit (Day Two)

        Tuesday afternoon we had a sightseeing tour of Mikkeli. It was very different to Catford! Each morning we are up and out by 7:30am. We have breakfast in the school canteen. The food is very nice.

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School Journey to Finland

           Welcome from Finland! Yesterday we had a very long day. We set off from Gatwick airport, taking flight DY5817 to Helsinki (there was a short delay on the runway but we were all so excited … Continue reading

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Weekly Newsletter – Friday 15th May

Click here for this weeks newsletter: HOLBEACH NEWSLETTER (15.5.15)

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The London “Count On Us” Maths Challenge

   On Thursday 30th April, Henry, Joshua and I took part in a Maths competition. We went to City Hall (where the Mayor of London works) to answer all sorts of difficult questions. The first round of the competition was about … Continue reading

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Weekly Newsletter – Friday 1st May

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Year 5 Educational Visit to Crofton Roman Villa

We arrived at the Roman Villa and got into two groups. One group sat on a carpet and learnt what a Roman farm boy’s life would have been like (it was really hard work, he had to plough the ground … Continue reading

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