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Making the most of every day

Posted on 04 May 2017 by Weston Green School

At the time of writing, it is local election day across much of the country and just weeks away from another General Election.  It is perhaps a timely reminder of the freedoms we enjoy and to spend each day wisely. For the children, making the most of every day and living life to the full never seems to be a problem. Even just this week (a so-called ‘short [...]

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What a show!

Posted on 29 Mar 2017 by Weston Green School

Another term draws to a close and it has done so in fitting fashion for Weston Green with the truly splendid Key Stage 1 show ‘Kids’ being the centre-piece. What a show it was! As stunning in its variety as its high-quality performance, it was thoroughly entertaining, celebrating the role of children in West End shows so superbly. I am sure all of you will join with me in [...]

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The joy of spring and learning

Posted on 16 Mar 2017 by Weston Green School

The spring term begins with the flurry and strains of the 11+ exams for Y6, moves into the routine and rhythm of term and then finishes with a flood of musical, dramatic and sporting activity. This last week or so has witnessed trips out, Open Morning, the Weston Green u11 girls hockey tournament and the ISA mixed hockey at Crystal Palace, a Music Festival for Y2, the Y2 football festival and [...]

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