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Saturday, 17 May 2008

Homework Competition

It's Citizenship homework this week. Everyone has a task that asks them to watch, listen to or read a news story over the weekend.

To encourage more of you to do the homework and hand it in I am offering a £5 gift voucher for one lucky person.

All you have to do is click on the comments link at the bottom of this post and leave the message - "I have done my homework". Don't forget to put your name on the message.

Anyone who hands in their homework and has left a comment, will be entered in the draw for the voucher next Friday.

Good Luck

5 comments:

Jakob whiten said...

well then i think am first

"I have done my homework"

jakob whiten

soph said...

hi, sophie parr here, and "i have done my homework"

Mr Cooper - Head of PSHEE and Citizenship said...

zoe burbage i have done my homework

Mr Cooper - Head of PSHEE and Citizenship said...

laura marchant i have done my homework

patrick said...

hi
" I HAVE DONE MY HOMEWORK"

Patrick Cox

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