Tag Archives: Greek

Summer Reading

It’s the summer holidays. Hopefully everyone is enjoying the time off, but if you or your young ones are getting bored, why not have a look at these books? For KS1: Gobbolino the Witch’s Cat by Ursula Williams. This is … Continue reading

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Horse Number 36

There had been something wrong with all of them: too high, too cramped…  Now he glared at the eager, young designer in front of him. “Did you fully understand the brief? “Yes Sir!” “Then would you care to explain…this?” “Sir … Continue reading

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The History of the English Alphabet

Over the weeks I have been really impressed by how much people have pushed themselves in these 100 word challenges, trying out new writing styles that are well outside their comfort zones. I decided it was about time I did … Continue reading

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