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We will remember them

Posted on 11 Nov 2014 by Weston Green School

On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, 100 years after the start of the First World War and 70 years after D-Day, the nation was still and gave thanks for those who died that we might live in freedom. It can be hard for children to understand the importance of such a moment and yet … On Friday 7th November, Year 4 led a Remembrance Assembly. It was [...]

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Harvest…A time to celebrate, give thanks and remember others

Posted on 27 Oct 2014 by Weston Green School

Harvest .. a time to celebrate, a time to give thanks, a time to remember others. I have experienced few better ways of going into this half-term break. The Harvest Services by the youngest in Early Years all the way through Key Stages 1 and 2 up to Year 6  were inspiring. It wasn't just the superb singing and speaking (how often we forget how young the children are when they lead [...]

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The Stars of the Show

Posted on 06 Oct 2014 by Weston Green School

Last week was Open Morning. We had planned a programme which tried to give a true indication of the variety of educational diet that WGS provides: the youngest would, as ever, be outside ‘exploring’, there would be maths and English on show, along with computing, art, drama, music, poetry and different sports on the new Astro. Alongside that, visitors would have the chance to meet not only staff [...]

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