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A wonderfully typical fortnight

Posted on 30 Sep 2015 by Weston Green School

It has been a wonderfully typical WGS fortnight: the children have been really working well (I don’t think I have awarded quite as many Headmaster’s Awards in any one fortnightly period), we have had several trips out (read more of these inside), had our first Class Assembly, played our first matches of the season .. and even had the parents working away hard at English in our  [...]

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When dreams become reality

Posted on 23 Sep 2015 by Weston Green School

“A goal without a plan is just a wish” - so said Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Whilst it is great to dream (and without our dreams, how little we would accomplish), those dreams must be supported by rigorous thought, planning and action if they are to be borne into reality. So it is that we create ‘development plans’ - ideas and dreams which need to [...]

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A new start

Posted on 18 Sep 2015 by Weston Green School

The anticipation, the wait, the nerves, the preparation done – now, time for action! No, not the Rugby World Cup but the return of the children! That’s how it felt when the gates opened on that first day, when somehow it’s all ‘real’. How good it has been to hear the school is buzzing with the sound of children again: the purposeful ‘hum [...]

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