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Inspiring individuality and lifetime passions

Posted on 09 May 2018 by Weston Green School

Art, cricket, gymnastics, chess, Hama beads, football, cookery, athletics, recorder, helping in Reception, calligraphy, storytelling, outdoor games, theatre design, craft, coding and digital art, dance and fitness, choir, gardening, orchestra, melody makers, papier mâché art - these are the activities on offer either during or after school, and that’s just this term! We could add other activities from across the year - [...]

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Preparing to take risks

Posted on 25 Apr 2018 by Weston Green School

Term has begun - with glorious sunshine in the first few days, which added that real sense of it being the summer term and with all the promise and excitement it always brings.It looks to be another vibrantly busy term with so much to challenge the children and so much to enjoy. It will be another fast-paced term, the sort we have become accustomed to at Weston Green and [...]

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Learner Profiles all on show!

Posted on 27 Mar 2018 by Weston Green School

The Spring Term draws to a close and it has done so in fitting fashion for Weston Green, with the truly splendid Key Stage 1 show ‘Oh the Places You'll Go’ being the centre-piece of these final few days. What a show! Stunning in its high-quality performance, thoroughly entertaining, and moving in a way which I found surprising and enthralling. I am sure all of you will join [...]

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