The case of the missing doughnuts.

Date: 4th May 2016 @ 5:09pm

On Wednesday 4th May Year 2 became detectives for the morning.  We needed to work as four detective teams to solve the case of the missing doughnuts.

The doughnuts in question disappeared from the classroom at around 10am.  Y2 worked hard to solve the crime using evidence, effective questions and interrogation.

After a morning of clever detective work it became evident that all the evidence pointed to one culprit - Miss Ridyard!

Well done Y2!

Mrs Willis

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Mrs Dunn wrote:

This looks brilliant - what a super set of detectives we have in Year 2!

Year 2 wrote:

We all thought it was a brilliant day!

Mckenzie wrote:

It was a brilliant day

Jessica wrote wrote:

We figured it was miss Richard.📝

Shannon wrote:

Looks like you had FUN!!!!!!!


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