Sweet assignment is recipe for success

11:21 26 January 2013

Youngsters measured grammes

Youngsters measured grammes

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CHILDREN at Sidmouth Primary School have been handed a sweet assignment - to build a gingerbread house.

Class 3S are this term putting together the creation in their home corner, complete with plasticine treats and cakes.

The Year Three corridor last week boasted the aroma of honey biscuits.

In maths, youngsters have been measuring in grammes and litres and had fun problem solving.

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