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Year 4 - "They made a difference"

Wednesday 17th October saw the fabulous Year 4's showcase a term of learning from their IPC unit 'They made a difference'.

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Beginning with a musical medley of classical performances in the canteen, the students wowed the crowd. Harps, trombones, pianos and violins were played and carefully conducted by IPC leader Miss Hall, before Jimi 'Tomas' Hendrix blew the crowd away with an upbeat finale.


Still speechless, the parents made their way to the classroom's to be tested by quizzes and word searches based on significant people and detailing weeks of research. Parents were staggered by the detail of the IPC journals and were even asked to create their own 'Pop art'.


Many parents were left jealous that they were not able to be IPC students and were left wondering what the next unit will entail. Watch this space...


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