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Making the most of every day

Posted on: 04 May 2017 by Weston Green School

At the time of writing, it is local election day across much of the country and just weeks away from another General Election.  It is perhaps a timely reminder of the freedoms we enjoy and to spend each day wisely.

For the children, making the most of every day and living life to the full never seems to be a problem. Even just this week (a so-called ‘short’ week), the children have been thinking creatively and collaboratively to problem solve when working on their newspaper towers, the older children have been exploring the past through their visit to Bletchley Park, year 2 went to St Christopher’s school in Epsom to share a sporting afternoon and everyone from Year 1 upwards has been running around cracking codes which have been strategically placed around the school. For the children in Early Years, the new Reception areas have given a fresh area to explore and the delights of Forest School are again up and running. Today, the school is adorned with the Roald Dahl projects. All this bears testament to the pace and variety of learning and engagement which the children experience – and it is wonderful to behold.

So the term is back to its busiest best. Exams are coming into focus but all sorts of other events are rightly there in the peripheral vision. What a magnificent few weeks it will surely be!

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