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  1. natalie

    Nights out, Charity & boat trips – part 02

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    ?listen to the audio on ? “Being spontaneous? Yes, why not.” Pippa confirms the invitation, the Icetank parties are always amazing and the invitations are always very limited handed mostly to the It-people and the celebrity kind of crowed. “Ok, ten o’clock, I pick you up?” Brendon asks. “Yep, sounds great!” Pippa writes with a… Continue reading Nights out, Charity & boat trips – part 02
  2. natalie

    New Beginnings – part 04

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    ? Listen to the audio on ? A Victorian bar in South Kensington that somehow had become Pippa’s second home during the last summer semester. “I will be there at around six. I’m with a client here.” Tess replied. “See you, there. Drinks waiting.” Pippa wrote. Pippa was on her second Martini when Tess arrived.… Continue reading New Beginnings – part 04
  3. natalie

    New Beginnings – part 03

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    ? Listen to the audio on ? The following day university started again, and in the afternoon, she had her first day at her new job at the prestigious event agency. The receptionist opened the door for her, and she got introduced to the team. Two girls, both around their early thirties, one from South… Continue reading New Beginnings – part 03
  4. teresa

    Fairy-tale Science Review: ‘What’s the Matter with the Three Little Pigs’

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    Fairy-tale science?  Who would have thought the two could go together?  But incredibly they do like peanut butter and chocolate.  And they deliver science curriculum concepts in a unique fun way.  Fairy-tale science makes science fun to learn for primary aged kids!

    The post Fairy-tale Science Review: ‘What’s the Matter with the Three Little Pigs’ appeared first on Science Alcove.

  5. teresa

    Fairy-tale Science Review: ‘What’s the Matter with the Three Little Pigs’

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    Fairy-tale science?  Who would have thought the two could go together?  But incredibly they do like peanut butter and chocolate.  And they deliver science curriculum concepts in a unique fun way.  Fairy-tale science makes science fun to learn for primary aged kids!

    The post Fairy-tale Science Review: ‘What’s the Matter with the Three Little Pigs’ appeared first on Science Alcove.

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