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Poetry in Motion

Posted on 29 Sep 2014 by Weston Green School

It might perhaps seem incongruous in this technological age that we should give the challenge and opportunity to our children to learn a poem; this is surely something from a time gone by, something ‘old fashioned’, even irrelevant. But no, quite the reverse. These last few weeks have seen children as young as four stretching and challenging their minds by memorising lines and, far from this being a [...]

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Star-gazing

Posted on 23 Sep 2014 by Weston Green School

This term we have introduced a few new ideas so that we can more obviously celebrate the children’s effort and achievement. In assembly, we now award a ‘Star of the Week’ certificate to highlight what we consider the outstanding performance over the past 7 days; this may focus upon one particular piece of work or, more probably, a sustained determination to deliver the best – and that [...]

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Riddled with Thinking

Posted on 16 Sep 2014 by Weston Green School

The weekend is over and Monday morning assembly has just begun and the children are, I hope, musing, pondering, searching, exploring, solving...I have just set them the riddle of the week. After an easier one ("What starts with ‘t’, ends with ‘t’ and has ‘t’ in it?"), the tougher one comes: “What is tall when young and short when old?” The [...]

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