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Key stage 1
It was only one page and it wasn’t very informative
One day last week on tuesday I got a new teacher because my other teacher has left us for another school we were so sad util we meet our new one.we were so expedited but then we found out that she was our new teacher we nearly died but after all we did every thing with her.
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I found this website useful but you could improve it a bit more by telling us the layout and actually, with more explanation how to write a recount.
its simple do it
I found this useful and will adapt this when introducing recounts to my year one class
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