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Reflection and creativity

Posted on: 24 Nov 2015 by Weston Green School

In the last edition, I wrote about exams and assessment. It is a mark of the richness of a typical Weston Green week that I am now full of thoughts about other aspects of school life here: last week we had our annual ‘Anti-Bullying’ and ‘Interfaith’ weeks as well as our Teatime Concert. It was, therefore, a most thoughtful, reflective and creative week.

The prayers and thoughts which now adorn the prayer tree are indicative of the children’s excellent use of their time in the Quiet Room. Through discussion in class the children have also obviously done some excellent thinking about how to express clearly the strong message here that all bullying is wrong, their posters being such superb reflections of that thinking. All this was umbrellered under our theme of the week ‘Looking after each other’. It all came together somewhat magically in 1W’s assembly on Friday, as those who were lucky enough to be there will attest to.

The Teatime Concert the previous evening was a real mix of older and newer music but the one thing that shone through was each child’s clear delight in having the chance to perform and share their talent. You will have your own favourites; for me, it was a complete delight to sample everything from the ‘traditional selection' through to those wonderful ‘sweet things’. What a fabulous week! 

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