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Christmas joy at the end of a busy term

Posted on 12 Dec 2017 by Weston Green School

It has been a wonderfully busy, productive and happy term and, as Christmas draws near, we can reflect on so many good things: high-quality work as a result of inspirational teaching and exciting events which have helped to develop the children’s knowledge, risk-taking and confidence, all in a quite unique nurturing environment.Each term, we devote several staff meetings to regularly reviewing the pastoral welfare and the academic [...]

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The learning continues

Posted on 23 Nov 2017 by Weston Green School

Change is a part of life, as we all know, and we see and experience this each week in our own lives as well as at school. Whilst one of those changes may come in the form of a new Head at Weston Green in the summer, one thing that will not change is our core business - teaching and learning will always be the focus of all we do. [...]

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A very busy start to the new half-term

Posted on 09 Nov 2017 by Weston Green School

The last two weeks have been a mix of what might be described as the usual cycle of school life, and the excitement (if that’s the right word) of having the Inspectors here, the challenge of assessment week and the collaborative workshop for parents of those in Early Years.I hope the workshop evening was extremely valuable. Certainly, it seemed very much to be a-buzz with questions and [...]

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