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Thanks to Kate Russell from Staffordshire local Authority. See http://www.sln.org.uk/geography/ who has shared this presentation so that it can be shown on the Geographical Association ICT WG page ...

Thanks to Kate Russell from Staffordshire local Authority. See http://www.sln.org.uk/geography/ who has shared this presentation so that it can be shown on the Geographical Association ICT WG page http://geographical.ning.com/group/ictwg

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    Eyesores And Treasures Of Wheaton Aston Eyesores And Treasures Of Wheaton Aston Presentation Transcript

    • Eyesores and Treasures of Wheaton Aston Year 4 St. Mary’s First School
    • Treasures Eyesores Treasures and Eyesores of Wheaton Aston
    • Back to map We like the Shropshire Union Canal Abi and katie
    • Back to map The alleys are dark and scary
    • Back to map We love our school! Class 4
    • Back to map The new playground by the canal
    • Back to map I don’t like it mudy, it makes my shoes all dirty
    • Back to map I don’t like it when cars park on the path because I cant get by
    • Back to map 2 shops in the vilage are closed and they look ugh. I would like a toy shop instead. Ben.
    • Back to map St. Marys church, the same name as our school. We go here at Christmas and Easter. My sister was married here. Sophie
    • Back to map Someone has broke the bench on the field. Sam
    • Back to map
    • Back to map There are lots of ducks on the canal, they like to be given bread.
    • Back to map The flowers are nice by the canal in front of the pub. Tom
    • Back to map There was some litter in the hedge which we didn’t like.