Tag Archives: Rowan Class

Discussing dilemmas for UK and Uganda

Last week, Year 6 pupils in Liss had their last lesson where we looked at rights and responsibilities. Firstly, we looked at the role of rights bearers, the people who make sure that rights are enforced. For example, if a … Continue reading

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Beginning Wants & Needs work at Liss

Year 6 have begun their work on the wants and needs learning that Miss Duncan and Mr Davies began when they visited Kafuro and Rihamu during the summer. Our first task was to draw around the outline of a pupil … Continue reading

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An Easter Treat: Ugandan – style cooking at Liss

Warm greetings to our friends in Kafuro and throughout schools in the UK and Uganda involved in the Queen Elizabeth Parks Project. Also a big ‘Hello’ to the Czech and Belgian teachers who visited our school and who are likely … Continue reading

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Ugandan-style food tasting

For our Year 6 DT project this term, the children will be designing, making and eating a Ugandan-style¬† meal. The children have already carried out some research on the internet about popular Ugandan foods, but today Mr Stanley prepared some … Continue reading

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Which is the real Uganda?

In geography, we have started our new topic on Uganda and we look forward to seeing lots of parents at our assembly on Wednesday to find out about our learning. This week we have been looking at different photos of … Continue reading

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