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Year 2’s Foil Figurines

Year 2’s Foil Figurines

Posted on 25 Nov 2016 by Weston Green School
Category: Year 2

Watch your back Anthony Gormley as Year 2 have taken on a figurine challenge using just tin foil. After studying different poses and postures, the children moulded their foil creating statues with movement. The results were amazing! http://www.westongreenschool.org.uk/school-life/photo-gallery/year-2s-foil-figurines

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Y5 & 6 netball girls have their best season ever!

Y5 & 6 netball girls have their best season ever!

Posted on 24 Nov 2016 by Weston Green School
Category: Key Stage 2, Year 5, Year 6

With a final term record of played six, won five, the Y5 & 6 A netball team can be very proud of their achievements and overall improvement this term. The A team has been made up of the Year 6 girls (on merit) and with a combination of improved determination and more [...]

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Year 6 gives Jeremy Paxman a run for his money!

Year 6 gives Jeremy Paxman a run for his money!

Posted on 21 Nov 2016 by Weston Green School

Year 6 have been reading up on current affairs and role-playing interviews as part of their 11+ practice. Following on from some excellent discussions on Brexit and the recent American election, the class clearly were inspired by some of the interview techniques that they had observed on television.  Many immersed themselves [...]

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