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Endings and beginnings

Posted on 29 Jun 2016 by Weston Green School

This week, as part of ‘Moving Up Afternoon’, we welcomed the new pupils joining the school in September. The school was again a-buzz with excitement and anticipation at all that lies ahead. With the building works due to begin in just two weeks’ time, there is indeed plenty to get excited about. Along with the new pupils, we welcomed the new teachers: Mrs Moran (y3) and Mrs [...]

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Endings and beginnings

Posted on 29 Jun 2016 by Weston Green School

This week, as part of ‘Moving Up Afternoon’, we welcomed the new pupils joining the school in September. The school was again a-buzz with excitement and anticipation at all that lies ahead. With the building works due to begin in just two weeks’ time, there is indeed plenty to get excited about. Along with the new pupils, we welcomed the new teachers: Mrs Moran (y3) and Mrs [...]

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Value added

Posted on 15 Jun 2016 by Weston Green School

Research by the Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM) at Durham University has found that attending an Independent School in England gives pupils benefits equivalent to two additional years in education. Whilst this is ground-breaking research, the conclusions of the research are no surprise to those of us who have been in independent education for some time: we know how purposeful the environment, how strong the ethos, how diverse the [...]

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