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Published on March 27, 2018

‘Easter experience’ for youngsters

Westbury Leigh Primary School children explored the Easter story through a range of exciting and thought-provoking interactive experiences, which included real life donkeys and an empty tomb being constructed on…

Healthy food trip for Junior School

Westbury Junior School year 3 children say they had a spectacular time at Morrisons recently, learning all about healthy food. The trip was part of their ‘Food Glorious Food’ topic. …

Infant School pupils go down on the farm

FAIRFIELD Farm College in Dilton Marsh hosted a visit by Westbury Infant School last week and showed them around the farm.  The college said, “They saw the chickens out by…

Children’s author visits village primary school

DURING their ‘literary week’ Bratton Primary School invited author Hannah Shaw to lead  writing workshops and tell the children about her published books. As part of a whole school enrichment…

Snow doesn’t stop World Book Day celebrations:

Snow doesn’t stop World Book Day celebrations:

DUE to the storm causing a ‘snow day’ on World Book Day this year, Dilton Marsh Primary School didn’t let that stop them from celebrating, moving the day to Monday…

Matravers’ combined cadet force welcomes a flying visit

Matravers School has conducted its latest “passing out” parade for its newest Combined Cadet Force (CCF) recruits. Colonel Scott of 1 Regiment Army Air Corps, Yeovil, dropped in on Tuesday…

Primary school welcomes stars to busy schedule

WESTBURY Leigh Primary School welcomed plenty of stars to their many events held over the last few weeks. Marguerite Wilson, office manager at the school reports, “Superstar mums enjoyed a…

Plagues and people in the modern world

Matravers School sixth form welcomed special guest speaker, Sir Roy Anderson, professor of epidemiology and former chief scientific advisor, MoD, to their “distinguished speakers programme”on Friday 9th February. He gave…

Fairfield College students’ spooktacular entry in dance festival

STUDENTS at Fairfield Farm College participated in The West Wiltshire Schools Sports Partnership Dance Festival last month. The students spent weeks rehearsing for the show at The Forum in Bath…

Pre-school youngsters collect food donations for Crosspoint

KINGFISHER Pre-School has been learning about those who are less fortunate than themselves  and then collected food donations for the Westbury-based charity Crosspoint. Tracy Raymond, nursery manager said, “YMCA Kingfisher Pre-School…