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Archive for: July, 2012

Year 7 trip to Aachen – Day Two

Year 7 trip to Aachen – Day Two

Harry Pointon writing – Breakfast was warm bread rolls with cheese and salami. I just had bread. Then we drove to Koln (which we call Cologne) which has the biggest Cathedral in Europe and took over 600 years to build. Some of the boys went with Mr Mace and Mr Sanders right to the top […]

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Year 7 trip to Aachen – Day One

Year 7 trip to Aachen – Day One

After a long journey that started from the School at midnight we finally arrived in Aachen some 14 hours later. The boys have been brilliant. Most slept on the coach… with a few exceptions who are looking a bit panda like now. We’ve just had dinner at the local Italian Restaurant and now the boys […]

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Yr 7 trip to Aachen -Preparation

1 more weekend before the year 7’s go off to Germany, and we’re hoping there will be Wi-Fi enough for us to keep you posted! Joe Mace

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LRC Year 6 Open Afternoon

This week the LRC held an open afternoon for year 6 boys moving up to Sandbach School in September.  The boys had the opportunity to choose books to take home for the summer and  to chat to LRC staff as well as some current avid readers from reading club. The afternoon was a brilliant success, […]

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Cheshire Schools’ Book Award

As part of reading club  a number of boys have recently  been following the Cheshire Schools’ Book Award.  This is a brilliant award as it is voted for by you, the reader! After hours of reading, countless biscuits and much deliberation, the votes were counted and we put forward ‘Wereworld: Rise of the Wolf’ by Curtis Jobling as […]

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French Alps Geography Fieldtrip Final Day

French Alps Geography Fieldtrip Final Day

On Tuesday we woke up, got showered and dressed and went down for breakfast. There was a mix of baguette, cereal and croissant to choose from. We gathered our things and headed off to Chamonix for the Aiguille du Midi cable car. We ascended on two cable cars, which took 20 minutes arriving at the […]

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French Alps Geography Fieldtrip Day 3

French Alps Geography Fieldtrip Day 3

We woke up about 7am and we all went downstairs for breakfast, where we ate some croissants and baguettes and got on the bus ready for our trip to Chamonix. We left the hotel about 9am and travelled on the motorway for about 1 and 1/2 hours, while being treated to stunning views of the […]

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French Alps Geography Fieldtrip Day 2

French Alps Geography Fieldtrip Day 2

This is about the past two days we have had here in the French Alps. Arriving in Geneva Airport (with a ridiculous amount of watch adverts everywhere) we hit the heavy heat of the Swiss/France border. Coming as a bit of a shock to most of the lads dressed for the English summer, we jumped […]

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French Alps Geography Fieldtrip

French Alps Geography Fieldtrip

This will be the first of many blogs to be posted on our Geography fieldtrip to the French Alps. These blogs will include our arrival at the hotel itself. The following day our visit to Gorge du Fier and on Monday our visit to Mer De Glace. On Tuesday the highlight of the trip should […]

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