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SPRING TERM 1 2020

                               WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR!    

 

Our theme for this half-term is “Robots” We will be using stories featuring robots such as No-Bot by Sue Hendra to support our work in different areas of the curriculum. We would love to see any robot themed books your child may have at home to share with the class.
 

In our Literacy lessons we will focus on creating our own fantasy story featuring the children’s own robot model as the central character. We shall be looking at writing a first person recount about making a model robot. The children will also learn a poem by heart which they will perform in a whole school assembly

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Our Science work will focus on humans and their senses, by identifying, naming, drawing and labelling the basic parts of the human body and saying which part of the body is associated with each sense. Also by comparing and describe differences in their own features (eye, hair, skin colour, etc.) recognising that humans have many similarities.

 

Our Computing work this half term will be based on programming where they will learn how to code Bee-Bots (floor robots) to move around a floor map (e.g. the island) and on screen.

 

Our DT work will be developing our design skills by building robot figures in 3-D from recycled materials.  If you have any materials to donate such as boxes, tubes, bottle lids we would be grateful.

 

This half-term our R.E. work is all about how “Jesus was Special”.

AUTUMN TERM 2 2019

This half term our class topic is ‘Fire! Fire!. What a busy time its going to be with lots of learning about our topic, a special visit from the Plague Doctor from the Lancashire Museum Service, the run up to Christmas, trip to the Pantomine and our Nativity play all to look forward too. Here is what we shall be learning;

 

Literacy; We will be looking at stories with a pattern. Our first story will be Zog, by Julia Donaldson. This book is about a dragon who learns to do new skills in different year groups. The children will be learning how to write questions and facts about the main character, using capital letters and full stops or question marks. Next, we will be looking at poems based on a theme. Our poems will be The Great Fire of London and Ladybird, Ladybird Fly Away Home. Finally, we will explore information books about the Great Fire of London.

 

Maths; We will continue to concentrate on number and place value, addition & subtraction calculations.  

 

Topic; We shall begin be learning about the Great Fire of London which happened in 1666. First of all we will look at a time line of events and then they will investigate what helped the fire to spread so easily. They will be reading extracts from the diary of Samuel Pepys to inform them. Later in the term they will be creating a moving picture using levers to show what the buildings looked like whilst they were on fire. We shall also be making a display of Pudding Lane. Our computing will be based around using digital research to learn more about our topic.

 

RE; Christmas the journey to Bethlehem

 

Here are some websites you may want to look at with your child.

 

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http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/explore-online/pocket-histories/what-happened-great-fire-london/

http://www.theschoolrun.com/homework-help/great-fire-london

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/famouspeople/samuel_pepys/

http://nurseryrhymescollections.com/lyrics/londons-burning.html

 

 

 

 

 

We hope you have had a lovely time over the summer and we are sure you are now ready to start the new school year, so welcome to Ash Class.

We are looking forward to getting to know you

and working together so that we have a very

exciting and productive year.

Our topic this term is ‘Penguins, Possums & Pigs’.

Key Learning;-

Geography- children will gain knowledge about Australia, the hot and cold places of the world and how these are different from the UK. They will be given the opportunity to locate countries on the equator. They will also learn the names of the different animals found in the hot and cold places.

Science- children will identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. They will describe and compare the structure of a variety of common animals.

Art and Design- children will make observational drawings of animals from images. They will also use clay to make a model of an animal.

We always enjoy sharing any information or relevant items on our class topic, so if your child wishes to bring

them in to school, then please do.

Learning to read is one of the most important things your child will learn at our school. Everything else depends on it, so we put as much energy as we possibly can into making sure that every single child learns to read as quickly as possible. We want your child to love reading – and to want to read for themselves. This is why we put our efforts into making sure they develop a love of books as well as simply learning to read.

Other ways to support your child
 

  • By talking about the topics and finding out any information from books, computers, internet, libraries etc. Please encourage your children to bring any useful information into school. 
     

  • By discussing any Maths home learning with your child &
    helping/encouraging them to complete any home learning tasks.

     

  • By encouraging them to read each day and recording this in their reading log.
     

  • By learning to spell the weekly phonics list. 
     

  • By ensuring that they come to school to

  • work hard and succeed.

AUTUMN TERM 1 2019

SUMMER TERM 1 2019

Our last half term is here!! Ash Class shall be grabbing

their buckets and spades as our final learning

topic will be based around the Seaside. 

In our Literacy lessons we shall be using seaside themed poems, writing instructions and enjoying some fantastic stories with a seaside setting. We will also use non-fiction texts to find out lots of historical facts about the seaside in the past. Our maths work will be to consolidate our understanding of measure, shape, data handling and telling the time. Any practical activities they can do at home would be really helpful. 

Our Science lessons will develop the children's understanding of materials and their properties, learning why certain objects are made from certain materials . Our Geography work will be to develop our mapping skills by locating seaside resorts on a map of the UK. The focus for our Art lessons will be creating seaside collages and our DT work will see us designing and making Josephs coat, which links to our RE topic. Throughout our Computing lessons the children continue to develop their Coding skills.

We always enjoy sharing any information or relevant items on our class topic, so if your child wishes to bring them in to school, then please do.

As our sports day draws nearer the children will be preparing for this, please make sure your child has a full PE kit with pumps in school. More details to follow nearer the date.

During our final term we would like the children to be the best learners that they can be; to continue to make the most of every opportunity and do the best that they can in school. Children will be encouraged and praised for fantastic listening, having a super learning attitude and for concentrating on their independent work. We will be encouraging children to share work they are proud of and celebrating all of this year's achievements together.

 

Our overall theme for this half-term is “Explorers”.

We shall be packing our backpacks and travelling off to new places and into space!!!

In our Literacy lessons we shall be reading stories set in Space, using the story ‘Man on the Moon’ by Simon Bartrum. We shall also be writing non-chronological reports about the explorer Neil Armstrong. This will also be the theme of our History lessons. Looking at his life and how he became an astronaut. Through our Explorers theme our Geography lessons will be based on the country of India comparing how the UK is similar and looking at the differences too. We always enjoy sharing any information or relevant items on the class topic, if your child wishes to bring them in to school.

 

 

In Maths we will be applying our understanding of Place Value to money. Please continue to help you child practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s; as well as encouraging your child to practise recalling number bonds to 20. Our Computing lessons will be based on Coding. The children will understand how computers need a set of instructions to work, they will learn how to create a code and edit it to check it works correctly.

 

 

 

Our overall theme is “Castles and Castle Life”. We are very fortunate to have a Norman castle on our doorstep – and we will be visiting both Clitheroe Castle and Skipton Castle, in order to help us learn more about this exciting topic. More information about these trips will follow.

In our Literacy lessons we will learn more about Castles and Castle life as we read information books and texts. We will also enjoy reading and writing fantasy stories about castles and dragons. In our Geography work we will be finding out more about the small area of the UK where we live and play. This, of course, includes Clitheroe Castle and the Castle Park. Our Art work this half term is also linked to our Castle theme.  If your child wishes to bring in any information or objects from home relating to our topics, then that would be most welcome.

 

In Maths we will continue to add, subtract, count in multiples of 2, 5 and 10 and measure length and mass. In Computing lessons the children will be learning how to create a Photostory presentation about castles.  As we move into the season of Spring, we will be visiting the Eco-Zone again and looking at how things have changed in there since our last visit.  R.E. lessons this half-term continue to focus on Places of Worship, before moving on to Easter symbols and the Easter story.

WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR!   

 

 

Our theme for this half-term is “Wind in the Willows” We will be using the novel by Kenneth Grahame and characters from the story to support our work in different areas of the curriculum.
 

In our Literacy lessons we will focus on writing a recount of events from over the Christmas and New Year period. We shall be using the characters from Wind in the Willows to write our own Animal Adventure stories, and learning a classic poem from the story called Ducks Ditty.
 

  Our Science work will focus on identifying and naming a variety of common animals, including omnivores, herbivores and carnivores. We shall also discover which animals we can find in our Eco Zone. As we move into Spring, we will continue our seasonal observations in the school grounds, looking at the changes that occur with each season.

 

Our ICT work this half term will be based on animations, whereby the children shall be voices to the Wind in the Willows characters through Purple Mash. We shall also continue to help the children to be more aware of being safe online, understanding why they should keep passwords and personal information private.

 

Our DT work will be developing our design skills to create a new car with axils and mechanisms.  This half-term our R.E. work is all about “The Church”.

 

PE lessons will continue to take place on Tuesdays and Fridays. This half term Ash Class will continue to progress their gymnastics ability using the apparatus and to also develop their fundamental skills.

 

Please could you help remind your child to bring in their library book each Thursday so that they can have the opportunity to choose a new one each week. They have enjoyed talking about the books that they borrow each week and looking out for popular titles!

 

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Our theme this half-term is “The Mr Men”

We will be using some of the Mr Men and Little Miss story books and characters to support our work in different areas of the curriculum.

In our Literacy lessons we will focus on the characters and begin to write some character profiles, we will practise making Story maps, we will read some Mr Men stories with a Traditional Tale twist and compare the different versions. 

As we find out about the structure of Plants in our Science work, we will use the Mr Men to base our investigations on. We shall learn the names of common plants and make our own Mr Men or Little Miss grass heads.

We will also be using some of the Mr Men characters, to evaluate, and make our own healthy dips and dippers.

Maths will continue to develop a solid understanding of numbers, place value, counting in various steps, 1 more or 1 less than a number up to 100.  

Our Computing lessons will develop the children's data handling skills buy enabling them to create graphs to sort and present information.  

Through our Art  work will be developing our Card and Paper skills – cutting, folding and sticking – to create collages and simple pop-ups. 

This half-term our R.E. work is all about “Christmas”. Of course, we will also be getting ready for our Christmas production later this half term.  More details will follow in due course….

 

 

 

 

 

We hope that you all enjoyed the summer holiday and we now look forward to welcoming you all back to school at the start of this new school year. Our overall theme for this half-term is “Superheroes”. We will follow this theme in our Literacy lessons and will think about “Super Me” in our Science and Topic work, as we learn about our own amazing bodies and how to stay healthy. We always enjoy sharing any information or relevant items on the class topic, if your child wishes to bring them in to school. In Maths we will be focusing on number work. Our class maths target this half-term is to develop the children’s understanding of Place Value.

 

We always enjoy sharing any information or relevant items on the class topic, if your child wishes to bring them in to school.

 

At the start of this new school year, I thought it would be helpful to let you know the other topics for this coming year (please see attached sheet), along with other relevant items. Also attached is a Maths Target Booklet (this will be sent out each term), a list of keywords to practise reading and writing. There is also a food consent form to complete and return as soon as possible.

 

Key Information

 

P.E. days – are Tuesday and Friday. Please ensure your child has a full P.E. kit in school, which is labelled and if earrings are worn these are to be removed before school. In colder weather tracksuits are allowed to be worn. We shall also be completing the ‘Mile A Day’ where each child will run, jog or walk a mile. For this your child will need to wear trainers, which are also named and can be left in their PE bags.

 

Library day – is on Thursday. Your child will need to return their library book each week.

 

Reading books – these will be sent home each night and books will be changed as required. Your child will be assessed at least once during the week to ensure they are on the correct book. Reading practice should take place each night, with 15-20 minutes being dedicated to reading and questioning about the book.  We do value your help and support with this important area of the curriculum.

 

Snack - As we are a Healthy School, the children are encouraged to bring water to school each day – in a clear, plastic bottle with your child’s name clearly displayed on it. Infant children are given a piece of fruit to eat each morning. If your child prefers to bring a piece of fruit from home they may do so.  

 

Wellingtons – Please could you send in a pair of wellingtons in a plastic bag, which is clearly labelled with your child’s name.

 

Avast ye me hearties, Our final half term is here, this year has just flown by!!  We still have a lot more fun and learning with our final topic which will be based around  'The Pirates Great Outdoors!'

In our Literacy lessons we shall be using pirate themed stories and enjoying some fantastic stories with an outdoor setting. We will also use non-fiction texts to find out lots of facts about Pirates. Our maths work will be to consolidate our understanding of measure, shape and telling the time. Any practical activities they can do at home would be really helpful. 

Our Science lessons will continue with our weather walks and working in our Eco-Zone. We shall also be identify and naming a variety of everyday materials, including wood, plastic, glass, metal, water, rock (and brick, paper and cardboard) along with describing the simple physical properties of a variety of everyday materials. We shall carry out an investigation to find which material is the best for keeping Pirate Pete dry in a storm! 

Our Geography work will be to develop our mapping skills by using and recognising maps of our school and the local area creating our own treasure maps. This will be enhanced with fieldwork skills, looking at the local environment and drawing the landscape. We shall also develop this learning through our class trip to our school meadow, located at Gisburn Forest.

 

The focus for our DT lessons will be to create a structure to keep Pirate Pete's golden coins safe. Throughout our Computing lessons the children will learn how to programme a Beebot Pirate to move in different directions around the treasure map. Our Pirate theme will continue in the classroom with a Pirate ship role play area & music seashanty lessons. 

We always enjoy sharing any information or relevant items on our class topic, so if your child wishes to bring them in to school, then please do.

As our sports day draws nearer the children will be preparing for this, please make sure your child has a full PE kit with pumps in school. 

During our final term we would like the children to be the best learners that they can be; to continue to make the most of every opportunity and do the best that they can in school. Children will be encouraged and praised for fantastic listening, having a super learning attitude and for concentrating on their independent work. We will be encouraging children to share work they are proud of and celebrating all of this year's achievements together.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class Assembly April 2018 - The children shared the importance of our families!

Our overall theme for this half-term in  is “Family Album”. We will be thinking about events that the children can recall, both in their own family lives, such as birthdays and christenings; and also special events in our country, such as the forthcoming Royal Wedding, the Olympics or the births of Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

In our Literacy lessons we will be reading stories set in familiar settings, talking about birthdays, toys and familiar events.  We will be learning about Toys in the past and looking at how they have changed. We will also be finding out a little about the Royal Family.

The P.S.H.E. lessons will also link to the class theme, thinking about changes in their own lives, such as the birth of a new family member.

We always enjoy sharing any information or relevant items on the class topic, if your child wishes to bring them in to school.

 

In Maths we will again be focusing on number work, continuing to develop the children’s understanding of Place Value. Please continue to help them practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s; as well as encouraging your child to practise telling the time (o’clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past) when the opportunity arises.

 

P.E. days will be on Mondays and Thursdays. (If your child wears earrings, please could you remove them before school on PE days – thank you).  Library books will continue to be changed each Thursday.

 

Our overall theme is
“Growth and Green Fingers” with our Science topic looking at naming plants, their structure and how they grow.

 

Our Literacy lessons will also follow the theme of Growing. We will start off with the well-known traditional tales, Jack and the Beanstalk and The Enormous Turnip. as well as looking at some information books about Plants. We will be spending some time in the school Eco-Zone, finding out what is already growing in there and planting some of our own seeds. This will lead into stories by Beatrix Potter.

 

During the second week of half term we will be focusing on a health, fitness and wellbeing week. More information about this is to follow. 

 

Our DT work will continue this theme as we will be promoting healthy food options and looking at recipes, with a focus on fruit. This will also be part of our Art lessons based on observational drawings and paintings developing into print making

 

In Maths we will continue to add, subtract, count in multiples of 2, 5 and 10 and measure length and mass. In Computing lessons, the children will continue with learning about simple coding. We will also be thinking about the Weather this half-term as we move into the season of Spring.  We will keep a simple Weather record and think about how weather affects what we wear, where we live and what plants we can grow. Let’s hope we will be recording sunshine and warmer temperatures in a few weeks’ time!!  R.E. lessons this half-term continue to focus on special Holy Books before thinking about the events of Holy week as we lead up to Easter.

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WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR!    

 

Our theme for this half-term is “Robots” We will be using stories featuring robots such as No-Bot by Sue Hendra to support our work in different areas of the curriculum. We would love to see any robot themed books your child may have at home to share with the class.
 

In our Literacy lessons we will focus on creating our own fantasy story featuring the children’s own robot model as the central character. We shall be looking at writing a first person recount about making a model robot. The children will also learn a poem by heart which they will perform in a whole school assembly

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Our Science work will focus on humans and their senses, by identifying, naming, drawing and labelling the basic parts of the human body and saying which part of the body is associated with each sense. Also by comparing and describe differences in their own features (eye, hair, skin colour, etc.) recognising that humans have many similarities.

 

Our Computing work this half term will be based on programming where they will learn how to code Bee-Bots (floor robots) to move around a floor map (e.g. the island) and on screen.

 

Our DT work will be developing our design skills by building robot figures in 3-D from recycled materials.  If you have any materials to donate such as boxes, tubes, bottle lids we would be grateful.

 

This half-term our R.E. work is all about how “Jesus was Special”.

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This half term our class topic is ‘Fire! Fire!. What a busy 6/7 weeks its going to be with lots of learning about our topic, the run up to Christmas, trip to the pantomine and our Nativity play all to look forward too. 

 

Here is what we shall be learning;

 

Literacy; we will be looking at stories with a pattern. Our first story will be Zog, by Julia Donaldson. This book is about a dragon who learns to do new skills in different year groups. The children will be learning how to write questions and facts about the main character, using capital letters and full stops or question marks. Next, we will be looking at poems based on a theme. Our poems will be The Great Fire of London http://www.history-for-kids.com/great-fire-of-london.html And Ladybird, Ladybird fly away home http://www.poetryfoundation.org/ poem/176337 Finally, we will explore information books about the Great Fire of London.

 

Maths; We will be concentrating on number and place value, addition & subtraction calculations.  

 

Topic; We shall begin be learning about the Great Fire of London which happened in 1666. First of all we will look at a time line of events and then they will investigate what helped the fire to spread so easily. They will be reading extracts from the diary of Samuel Pepys to inform them. Later in the term they will be creating a moving picture using levers to show what the buildings looked like whilst they were on fire. We shall also be making a display of Pudding Lane. Our computing will be based around using digital research to learn more about our topic.

 

RE; Christmas the journey to Bethlehem

 

Here are some websites you may want to look at with your child.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/uk/london/10404898/3Danimation-see-London-as-it-looked-before-the-Great-Fire.

html http://www.fireoflondon.org.uk/
http://www.fireoflondon.org.uk/game/

http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/explore-online/pocket-histories/what-happened-great-fire-london/

http://www.theschoolrun.com/homework-help/great-fire-london

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/famouspeople/samuel_pepys/

http://nurseryrhymescollections.com/lyrics/londons-burning.html

 

 

 

 

We hope you have had a lovely time over the summer and we are sure you are now ready to start the new school year, so welcome to Ash Class.

We are looking forward to getting to know you

and working together so that we have a very

exciting and productive year.

Our topic this term is ‘Penguins, Possums & Pigs’.

Key Learning;-

Geography- children will gain knowledge about Australia, the hot and cold places of the world and how these are different from the UK. They will be given the opportunity to locate countries on the equator. They will also learn the names of the different animals found in the hot and cold places.

Science- children will identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. They will describe and compare the structure of a variety of common animals.

Art and Design- children will make observational drawings of animals from images. They will also use clay to make a model of an animal.

We always enjoy sharing any information or relevant items on our class topic, so if your child wishes to bring

them in to school, then please do.

Learning to read is one of the most important things your child will learn at our school. Everything else depends on it, so we put as much energy as we possibly can into making sure that every single child learns to read as quickly as possible. We want your child to love reading – and to want to read for themselves. This is why we put our efforts into making sure they develop a love of books as well as simply learning to read.

Other ways to support your child
 

  • By talking about the topics and finding out any information from books, computers, internet, libraries etc. Please encourage your children to bring any useful information into school. 
     

  • By discussing any Maths home learning with your child &
    helping/encouraging them to complete any home learning tasks.
     

  • By encouraging them to read each day and recording this in their reading log.
     

  • By learning to spell the weekly phonics list. 
     

  • By ensuring that they come to school to

  • work hard and succeed.

Library Visit October 2017 

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Our final half term is here, classes Ash, Willow and Hawthorn 

will be grabbing their buckets and spades as our final learning

topic will be based around the Seaside. 

In our Literacy lessons we shall be using seaside themed poems, writing instructions and enjoying some fantastic stories with a seaside setting. We will also use non-fiction texts to find out lots of historical facts about the seaside in the past. Our maths work will be to consolidate our understanding of measure, shape and telling the time. Any practical activities they can do at home would be really helpful. 

Our Science lessons will continue with our weather walks and working in our Eco-Zone. Our Geography work will be to develop our mapping skills by locating seaside resorts on a map of the UK. The focus for our Art/DT lessons will be creating seaside collages. Throughout our Computing lessons the children will learn how to create a multimedia presentation about seaside holidays in the past using Photostory. We shall try to upload some here!! 

We always enjoy sharing any information or relevant items on our class topic, so if your child wishes to bring them in to school, then please do.

As our sports day draws nearer the children will be preparing for this, please make sure your child has a full PE kit with pumps in school. 

During our final term we would like the children to be the best learners that they can be; to continue to make the most of every opportunity and do the best that they can in school. Children will be encouraged and praised for fantastic listening, having a super learning attitude and for concentrating on their independent work. We will be encouraging children to share work they are proud of and celebrating all of this year's achievements together.

Great British Bee Hunt

June 2017

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This half term, the topic for Ash, Willow and Hawthorn Classes will be based around the country of India. 

In our Literacy lessons we shall be using Indian-themed books.  As well as enjoying some fantastic stories with a Indian setting, we will also use non-fiction texts to find out lots of fascinating facts about India and Indian animals..

 

Our Science lessons will continue with our weather walks and working in our Eco-Zone. Our RE lessons will be based upon the character of Joseph and his amazing technicolor dreamcoat, which will be the focus for our Art/DT lessons as we shall be creating our own multicoloured coats. Throughout our History lessons we will be learning about the explorer, Christopher Columbus. 

 

We always enjoy sharing any information or relevant items on our class topic, so if your child wishes to bring them in to school, then please do.

 

Please continue to help your children to learn their phonics words and to read a few pages of their book each night in preparation for  the Phonics Screening test later in the year. 

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Joseph's Coats designed, created and made by Ash Class.

Welcome back to a new half-term.

This is just to let you know what we will be learning about this half-term in Ash Class. 

Our overall theme is “Castles and Castle Life”. We are very fortunate to have a Norman castle on our doorstep – and we will be visiting both Clitheroe Castle and Skipton Castle, in order to help us learn more about this exciting topic. More information about these trips will follow.

In our Literacy lessons we will learn more about Castles and Castle life as we read information books and texts. We will also enjoy reading and writing fantasy stories about castles and dragons. In our Geography work we will be finding out more about the small area of the UK where we live and play. This, of course, includes Clitheroe Castle and the Castle Park. Our Art work this half term is also linked to our Castle theme.  If your child wishes to bring in any information or objects from home relating to our topics, then that would be most welcome.

In Maths we will continue to add, subtract, count in multiples of 2, 5 and 10 and measure length and mass. In Computing lessons the children will be learning how to select sounds, record and save sound files. Some of these activities can be found on Purple Mash, which the children can access at home with their school password and user name. As we move into the season of Spring, we will be visiting the Eco-Zone again and looking at how things have changed in there since our last visit.  R.E. lessons this half-term continue to focus on Places of Worship, before moving on to Easter symbols and the Easter story.

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