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2 The school newspaper tells you what's been happening throughout this academic year at Wigton Moor. The Wigton Word gives you information on what's been happening from the reception classes all the way to year 6 including some puzzles!!

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4 Method 1 Set oven to 350 degrees F. 2 In a large bowl, mix together the flour with sugar, baking powder and salt until combined. 3 Add in the shortening cream or milk, vanilla and eggs; beat on medium speed of an electric mixer scraping the bowl constantly until just blended (the batter will be thick, if desired you may add in a few more tablespoons cream or milk). 4 Pour into paper-lined regular size muffin tins filling under just three-quarters full. 5 Bake for minutes or until the cupcakes test done (do not over bake as they will be dry). 6 Immediately remove from pans. 7 Cool completely before frosting. 1 Set oven to 350 degrees F. 2 In a large bowl, mix together the flour with sugar, baking powder and salt until combined. 3 Add in the shortening cream or milk, vanilla and eggs; beat on medium speed of an electric mixer scraping the bowl constantly until just blended (the batter will be thick, if desired you may add in a few more tablespoons cream or milk). 4 Pour into paper-lined regular size muffin tins filling under just three-quarters full. 5 Bake for minutes or until the cupcakes test done (do not over bake as they will be dry). 6 Immediately remove from pans. 7 Cool completely before frosting.

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6 CLICK HERE TO VISIT A COOL OPTICAL ILLUSIONS WEBSITE

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13 Hot water is heavier than cold. A shrimp's heart is in it's head. It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky. Jupiter is so big that more than 1300 Earths could fit inside it. Guinea pigs and rabbits can't sweat. It’s against the law to have a pet dog in Iceland. Like fingerprints, everyone’s tongue print is different! Starfish have no brains.

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17 movies/frozen/

18 Mr. Peabody is a talking dog who is the smartest being in the world. As a puppy, he was rejected by every potential owner, leading him to devote his life to science, athletics, and technological discoveries. One day, Peabody finds an orphaned infant and legally adopts him under the name of Sherman. He tutors Sherman through a series of adventures throughout history with the use of the WABAC, a time machine and his greatest invention and they travel to the French Revolution. Will they escape the clutches of the Rebels or will this be Mr. Peabody and Sherman's last adventure?

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25 All the winners were handed prizes and a certificate. All the entries were brilliant and it was so hard to chose the winners. There was a winners in each Key Stage + A runner up. If you entered you should be proud of your self for entering and for all having such brilliant art talents! KEEP ON DRAWING!

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28 To print this page click Esc in the corner of your keyboard and then click print and go to pages and type 29 and then click the print button. MAKE SURE YOU ARE CONNECTED TO A PRINTER

29 Click Here To Visit The Reviews Page For The Leeds Book Awards Click Here To Visit The Reviews Page For The Leeds Book Awards

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