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The Power of the Team

Posted on 01 Oct 2018 by Weston Green School

As the month has changed from September to October it has instantly felt more autumnal, with a chill wind but still bright days full of sunshine. The term is fully in swing with children settled into their new routines and expectations. Our Learner Profiles form the backdrop to our school life here at Weston Green. Each one reminds us of the skills, attributes and attitudes essential to achieving well and [...]

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First Impressions

Posted on 19 Sep 2018 by Weston Green School

Welcome to our first newsletter of the new school year and to my first blog as Headteacher of Weston Green School. Whilst the term is really beginning to fly I am reminded each day how important those first steps in a new role are, just like those first steps back into the classroom or as your child steps through the school door for the first time. In getting to know [...]

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A time to reflect

Posted on 02 Jul 2018 by Weston Green School

Welcome to the final newsletter of the term, of the year and, indeed, of my time as Head. Each term and year brings its own joys and achievements - and none more so than this one, with so much success academically, artistically, musically and in regional and national sporting competitions. In short, we see children revelling in all their own personal accomplishments, with every individual child ready to embrace their [...]

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