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'British food fortnight'- Cultural capital Article 27.

Cuthbert class have enjoyed incorporating British food fortnight across many subjects; As part of understanding the world they researched locally sourced food and looked where they could purchase food on a map.
In ...English they wrote shopping lists, followed recipes and instructions to make their very own full English breakfast.
They then finished the afternoon with their very own 'afternoon tea' making egg mayonnaise sandwiches and enjoying some delicious, sweet treats all washed down with a cup of tea!!

They had many treats left over so they decided to share them with neighbouring classes in Community Citizens demonstrating kindness.

Overall, a very enjoyable day and great independence shown. well done, Cuthbert!

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