Dead rodents and pig hearts; the stuff all great primary classrooms are made of!

Good afternoon all,

 

You just know it is going to be a bad day when a dead rodent falls into your bowl while you’re pouring yourself some Kellog’s Crunchy Nut cereal during a dark, winter morning. It turns out that Year 6 ‘have my back’ as they wasted no time in sitting down to write a formal and powerful letter of complaint about Kellog’s Quality Control standards. Please ask Year 6 pupils for examples of formal language and how to structure an effective, formal letter of complaint.

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Empowering You.

 

Good morning everyone. I hope that your summer days have been long, happy and restful ones.

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