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"HI Linda!  Thanks for joining! Please send a link to other RE teachers so we can build a supportive and varied community. One where we can share and support each other.  From OZ :)  we are just in the final 3 weeks of school -the…"
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At 6:41pm on November 20, 2011, 7mrsjames said…

HI Linda!  Thanks for joining! Please send a link to other RE teachers so we can build a supportive and varied community. One where we can share and support each other.  From OZ :)  we are just in the final 3 weeks of school -the long summer break to rejuvenate and gather resources/plan for a fantastic 2012!

 
 
 

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