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There is a Shark in our school!

Did you know that a shark was loose at Dabrowskiego this week?

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Our Year 1 children were very concerned to see photos of what looked like a shark fin hiding in different areas of the school so we had to investigate.

We set a challenge to see who could make the strongest telescope from a range of materials and we used them to look for the shark around the school.

We looked all over the school and in every corner of the playground but we couldn't find it until we walked back towards our classroom and saw another fin peeking through the window.

The children were very excited and can't wait to read our new book, Shark in the Park.

 

Rachel Williams

Year 1 Teacher and Learning Leader