We celebrated Black Country Day in school!
It is important to know where we come from. We learnt a few Black Country phrases "day we", had a "bostin'" assembly with Marlene, and found out about why it is called the Black Country!
In our everyday learning, we are not allowed to speak using Black Country language when in the classrooms because we need to know how to use language suitable for our writing and speaking to those not fortunate enough to be from here! In all other areas of the school it is fine, but today we speak Black Country EVERYWHERE :-) !
Tarra a bit!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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