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May 5th

Posted on 06 May 2015 by Weston Green School

At the time of writing, we are 3 days away from the General Election.  With the VE Day commemorations falling this week and specifically on the 8th (the following day), what a wonderful reminder to us to give thanks for the freedoms we enjoy and to use these wisely and to the full.For the children, doing some research into VE Day I hope will be window into another world [...]

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The end is nigh …

Posted on 24 Mar 2015 by Weston Green School

The end of an exhilarating term is upon us! It has been a fast-paced and vibrant term, full of action and learning. It has seen so many things happen: year 6 success in their external exams to prestigious local schools, sustained success on the games field, trips out and visitors in, snow, the Holm Oak tree coming down, meetings with and for parents, new House competitions in the form of House [...]

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Old and New

Posted on 17 Mar 2015 by Weston Green School

We are planning to develop both ‘outdoor’ learning and the use of technology in the coming months. Somehow, this seems to be moving in two directions at once: a return to children being muddy, looking at bugs, pond-dipping and the like seems at odds with developing learning through the media of ipads, virtual learning platforms and submitting homework by cyber-space.Whilst it seems that the one flies in [...]

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