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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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'Eleven-o’clock-itis' strikes in year two

This week we have been reading part two of Claude in the city.

During a trip to the hospital Claude discovers a mysterious illness spreading through the waiting room. He uses his banana to work out their temperature and tries to solve the problem. It wasn't until Claude started to feel wobbly that he realised that the people had eleven-o'clock-itis! What they needed was a nice cup of tea and some biscuits.

Unfortunately for us, the year two's started to feel wobbly too! We had to take our temperatures with a banana and try to solve this illness. Luckily enough we had tea and biscuits at hand and everyone felt better.

Next week we will be writing a newspaper report on the eleven-o'clock-itis mass illness and how Claude saved the day, again.

  

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