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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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The sound of music

Posted on 02 Mar 2017 by Weston Green School

Last year, I asked you whether you thought in words, pictures or music? So many of us go through a day with songs in our hearts and minds, sometimes even humming them out loud without appreciating that others can hear us! And why not as this is indicative of the importance of music for so many of us and of the love of music which we hold dear. The House [...]

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New Year hopes and dreams

Posted on 09 Feb 2017 by Weston Green School

As we head into half-term, it is good to reflect on the events of the calendar year so far – each New Year offers such hope and this term has witnessed those aspirations being translated into reality. The children have again responded superbly to the challenges they face, most of all, perhaps, Year 6 who have been earnest, mature and steadfast in their approach to the 11+ exams – a most stressful [...]

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