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Keep calm the school year is nearly over!

Keep calm the school year is nearly over!

Posted on 14 Jul 2015 by Weston Green School
Category: Key Stage 2, Year 4

Cups, shields, certificates, badges and stickers have all been handed out. Successes through the year have been acknowledged to rapturous applauseDesks have been emptied, library books returned, rubbish bins are overflowing and outside our tomato plants are bearing fruit. Props have been built, scenery painted; rehearsal and more rehearsals; [...]

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Barnaby Bear goes to France (with Years 5 and 6)

Barnaby Bear goes to France (with Years 5 and 6)

Posted on 03 Jul 2015 by Weston Green School
Category: Key Stage 2, Year 5, Year 6

Watch the film of Barnaby Bear (and Years 5 and 6)'s amazing trip to Normandy below

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Year 5 strings concert

Year 5 strings concert

Posted on 03 Jul 2015 by Weston Green School
Category: Key Stage 2, Year 5

After a term of learning the violin with Mrs Hartley during their Thursday afternoon activities session, Year 5 were ready to perform. Watch a video, below:

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Year 5 go back to basics

Year 5 go back to basics

Posted on 02 Jul 2015 by Weston Green School
Category: Key Stage 2, Year 5

In maths this week Year 5 have been getting to grips with how to calculate the volume of cuboids. This is often a topic which appears on 11+ papers, but by using cubes to make their own cuboids the class quickly got the hang of the idea and were soon able to [...]

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