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School’s out

Posted on 24 May 2016 by Weston Green School

School is relatively quiet this week. Why? We have sent the top two year groups away to Devon! This is not something we do without a great deal of thought and planning; we do it because we deem it important. The Guardian ran an article which began thus: “As our society becomes increasingly risk-averse and litigious, we are in danger of suffocating our children in rules, regulations and cotton [...]

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Exams, exams, exams

Posted on 18 May 2016 by Weston Green School

Following revision week, the children have settled well into exams since Monday. It creates an odd atmosphere in a school which is normally a hive of activity and earnest discussion. It is, of course, a very important part of what we do here; this is not solely for the data is gives us but also because of the habits it helps instil within the children as they move through the [...]

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Richness, creativity and rigour as we prepare for exams

Posted on 03 May 2016 by Weston Green School

We have had two utterly fabulous weeks focusing firstly upon ‘Science’ and then upon our ‘Project ‘16’. The children have again responded superbly to the challenge set before them and epitomised that ‘learning with joyful enthusiasm’ which genuinely characterises the daily life of the school; I am sure that those of you who attended will have marveled at the children’s imagination, rigour [...]

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