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Celebrating a Spring Term full of achievements

Posted on 29 Mar 2019 by Weston Green School

We have really enjoyed the glimpses of sun this week and the increasing warmth as spring begins at last to take hold. This Spring Term has been full of wonderful learning, exciting opportunities as well as chances for us to celebrate the achievements of our children. As you know, one of our priorities this year is to develop our practice in creative writing. It is wonderful to see the result [...]

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The power of reading

Posted on 14 Mar 2019 by Weston Green School

“A child who reads will be an adult who thinks.” How often do we take the opportunity to lose ourselves in the pages of a book? It’s likely that much of our daily reading habits consist of texts, tweets, social media entries or work-related reading.  However, research suggests that it is the power of becoming absorbed in a story that can have such a positive [...]

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The importance of not sitting still

Posted on 28 Feb 2019 by Weston Green School

It is often said that change is a given in the world of education. In the most innovative schools, change is embedded in their culture; they are places that constantly evaluate and reflect on their practice and provision in order to provide the very best of opportunities, where innovation is part of teaching and learning and where change is an opportunity to improve. It is important that schools do this [...]

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