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When the emperor found out, he chased after Ho with his army. Cunningly, Ho painted a wide river between himself and the emperor. The emperor galloped, furious, into the raging river, but the current was strong and he was swept away, never to be seen again.

Recipe Blog

We have been learning how to adapt a biscuit recipe. Discover some of our delicious recipes. Why not try baking one of them tonight?

Let us know what you think.

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Research negative and positive impacts that humans can have on habitats

https://www.worldwildlife.org/pages/which-everyday-products-contain-palm-oil

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/geography/general-geography/what-is-palm-oil/

Hedgehogs

It is estimated there were 30 million hedgehogs in the UK in the 1950s.

A recent survey suggests there are now between 1 and 1.5 million hedgehogs.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0119pfv

https://ptes.org/campaigns/hedgehogs/

https://peoplestrust.wpenginepowered.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Hedgehog-Fact-File-2022.pdf

https://ptes.org/campaigns/hedgehogs/help-hedgehogs-in-your-neighbourhood/

King Kong by Ethan

King Kong mounted the spire of the Empire State Building. How old was he? It’s a mystery. How tall was he? It’s a mystery. Where was he born? It’s a mystery.

Taller than a double decker bus, Kong gripped onto a ledge on the Empire State Building in the enchanted moonlight, searching for his true love. The stars glared at King Kong’s piercing, aqua blue eyes. His titanic fangs, which were shaped like katanas, gleamed in the chaos. His triangular nose twitched in the gust. His jaw gaped open, letting out an earsplitting roar.

The moonlight consumed his sharp vision. The blinded ape stumbled over a corner of the skyscraper. And his immense head dived over the brink of the tower into the vast abyss.

BOOM!