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Porridge thief wanted by the police
Disaster struck in Storyland on Monday 8th April 2021, as the Three Bears returned to find their cottage ransacked. Witnesses have described the suspect as having golden hair and big blue eyes! Storyland Police have begun their search and have released WANTED posters of possible suspects. Please take time to see our line up displayed below.
RB Detective's ongoing investigation has continued throughout each area of the classroom. This is set to continue into the following week. It has been decided by an overall majority that a Storyland Police Station in our Writing Area is essential if we are to catch the porridge thief and keep Storyland safe. This will be constructed in response to such crimes.
This is RB reporting for Storyland News
Scroll down for photos of our investigation and a Goldilocks story and song to discover the Makaton signs we've been learning this week.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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