Friday 8th September

How long and wide was the Titanic?

Our maths lesson led us out of the school and measuring the length of Buntings Lane- the Titanic was huge but the with would fit on our playground!

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We wrote letters to Harland and Woolff in Belfast and went to the Post Office to buy a stamp from Rob.

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