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As part of the environmental unit (Unit 3 in Interactions) we are now going to do an extended study of the way plastics are polluting the environment, particularly the oceans. More than eight million tonnes of plastic is thrown away each … Continue reading
8C will be continuing Geography for the rest of the year with Mr Thomas, who is taking over from Miss Pyott, so there will now be supporting resources for some topics on this Geography blog. The materials for 8C will … Continue reading
7L and 7C work Pages 114-115 Title: What do aerial photos show? These are quite easily understood fun activities involving interpretation of photographs. Try to complete all activities 1,2 and 3 in the lesson. 9W work Pages 50-51 Title: Why are we … Continue reading
Costa Blanca on Orange Warning today from 13.00. See http://en.sat24.com/en
The mayor of a town in France has dedicated a road by renaming it the Rue du Brexit. It is an insignificant road in an industrial estate in Beaucaire in the southern department of Gard. It is not clear whether it … Continue reading
The annual Elians La Nucia World Book Day Extreme Reading competition is upon us once again. Staff and students should submit to Linda Millar a photograph of themselves reading in an unusual situation. My choice of book this year is … Continue reading