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Year 4 IPC Island Life Exit Point

Year 4 held their exit point to the IPC topic of Island Life on Wednesday afternoon.

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We have worked extremely hard over the last few weeks to research every aspect of an island.

The children have looked at physical and humane features, topographical information, climate, location, culture and tradition and how pollution, global warming and tourism affect their island.

We were proud to present our information to our parents.


Katie Hall

Year 4 Teacher & IPC Lead

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