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Published on May 23, 2017

Pizza making for Westbury Juniors

Year 3 children at Westbury Junior School went to Morrisons last week to learn about where food comes from and how to make pizzas. The trip was arranged as part…

School benefits from green tokens

DILTON Marsh Primary School have received £500 from the ASDA Green Token Giving Scheme in Frome. Dilton Marsh Primary School is celebrating after being given £500 from the supermarket’s charity…

Westbury Infants celebrate good Ofsted report

The children at Westbury Infants’ School celebrated their good Ofsted report last week. “It’s not just the adults in the school that have worked hard to achieve our ‘good’ result,…

For England and St George at Westbury Leigh

Westbury Leigh Primary School celebrated England’s patron saint, St George, on Monday 24th April.  The school reports, “The day started with a ‘St George’s Day Assembly’ for the whole school. …

92% of Wiltshire families offered first choice primary school

IN Wiltshire 92% of children have been offered their first choice primary school this September, with 98% of families being offered one of their top three choices. Parents who applied…

Matravers’ pupils visit war cemeteries in Belgium

PUPILS from Matravers School recently returned from a school history trip to Belgium where they visited war cemeteries and museums. The group of 41 students and four teachers visited four…

Schoolchildren’s igloo provides a quiet space

Westbury infants have been busy making an igloo out of milk bottles to create an area for children to go and spend time in small groups. Children have been collecting…

Red Nose Day at Dilton School

CAKES were the order of the day at Dilton Marsh Primary School as part of their fundraising. The school held a coffee morning and cake sale for parents and grandparents…

Westbury Juniors visit Victorian Westbury exhibition

PUPILS from Westbury Junior School recently visited the Victorian Westbury exhibition at the Laverton. The group of 65 children, all dressed in Victorian attire, visited the Laverton as part of…

Young inventors inspired by International Women’s Day

TO CELEBRATE the recent International Women’s Day, children at Bitham Brook Primary School learned about some of the amazing things invented by women such as the computer, wiper blades, the…

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