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Delivering Challenge

Posted on 03 Oct 2017 by Weston Green School

Life at Weston Green School has continued a-pace and it has been a wonderful privilege to spend some dedicated time in classrooms this week, observing teaching and learning and seeing the high quality work being generated by the children. As you know, our focus this year is to deliver ‘challenge’ and I have seen this everywhere: the children have been dissecting lamb’s hearts and building circuits [...]

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Off to a great start!

Posted on 20 Sep 2017 by Weston Green School

Already three weeks have gone in the new school year! It has been a truly wonderful to start the term and year, with so much already to be thankful for.  The new children (and staff) have settled into the rhythm of school life and we are underway – indeed, I cannot think of a better beginning to a school year than this one, with the older children quickly back [...]

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Magical moments

Posted on 12 Jul 2017 by Weston Green School

It has been a school year full of accomplishment, personal growth, energy, laughter and joy. As I highlighted on Speech Day, Weston Green is a magical place and this year has been particularly full of ‘magic moments’, it seems to me.  You will have your own, I hope. In my own mind’s eye, I am seeing images of wizards in their gowns carrying wands, tyre [...]

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