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Reflection and creativity

Posted on 24 Nov 2015 by Weston Green School

In the last edition, I wrote about exams and assessment. It is a mark of the richness of a typical Weston Green week that I am now full of thoughts about other aspects of school life here: last week we had our annual ‘Anti-Bullying’ and ‘Interfaith’ weeks as well as our Teatime Concert. It was, therefore, a most thoughtful, reflective and creative week.The prayers and [...]

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EI…not just IQ

Posted on 12 Nov 2015 by Weston Green School

In seeking to help the children develop in a truly holistic way, we are working towards giving emotional intelligence a more overt profile. What is EI and why are we looking to embrace it more obviously?Emotional intelligence can be defined as the ability to perceive, access, generate and reflectively regulate emotions so as to promote emotional and intellectual growth. Whatever the name, the basic idea is the same: to [...]

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Exam week and beyond

Posted on 12 Nov 2015 by Weston Green School

Exam week has come and gone in a flash. A little like a musician performing a piece of music, what we hope to see is not so much the result of particular practice over the previous week(although that helps) but much more a representation of months and years of development. This is the aspiration – that each performance is the best so far; one of the [...]

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