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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

It’s been a busy last few weeks with students working hard to complete all work before end of term. We’ve also managed to include some Christmas cheer: we celebrated Nobel with themed lessons and a special lunch, Year 5 sang Lucia for all the school and have collected gifts for the Red Cross to be sent to children in need, and junior school children have been making lovely Christmas decorations together with Ms Provencher in the Library.

Now term has come to end and I wish you all wonderful Christmas break and a Happy New Year!

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Technology projects Year 8

In year 8 the students have been working with a technology project called “Gnistan”. They have been focusing on water, how to clean and reuse it. Their designs and models were on display in the library last week and students could vote for the best idea and design. THere were some great designs!

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Last week we celebrated Thanksgiving. On Thursday we served a traditional thanksgiving lunch and the Library organised a special project for our Junior School students, encouraging us to think about what we have to be thankful for. We are very fortunate in many ways and have a lot to be thankful for!

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Learning Outdoors

The autumn has been beautiful and both grade 6 and grade 8 have had the opportunity to take the learning outdoors. This is always appreciated and gives a different perspective on learning! Grade 8 have been teambuilding and working with “friluftsliv” at Hammarskog and grade 6 have been doing fieldwork in Ecology at the lake Erken.

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Clash of Houses

In the end of September Grades 4 & 5 followed by 6 & 7 teamed up in House teams and challenged each other in various games. We were luck with the weather and had some great competitions!