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Published on August 14, 2018

Pre-schoolers have a splashing end of year

Cygnets Pre-school’s ‘Class of 2018′ made a real splash as they enjoyed a water fight and leavers’ party to celebrate the end of term. Squeals and shrieks could be heard…

Matravers welcomes Police Commissioner

MATRAVERS School welcomed Angus Macpherson, Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon, to hear talks on child sexual exploitation as part of their PSHE programme. Matravers School said, “As…

Graduation for college leavers

FAIRFIELD Farm College celebrated another successful year and said a sad farewell to this year’s group of leavers. The college said, “We wish our leavers all the very best in…

Summer ball celebrations at Fairfield Farm College

STUDENTS and staff of Fairfield Farm College joined together for a summer ball on Friday 29th June to celebrate the end of another successful year at college. The college said,…

Westbury Leigh Primary School’s Sports Day

Westbury Leigh Primary School held their sports day on 21st June with great success. The school reports, “KS2 took place in the morning with KS1 and EYFS in the afternoon.…

Wiltshire College receives glowing Ofsted report

Wiltshire College is celebrating a successful Ofsted inspection which rated the college as ‘Good’. The report found the college to have high expectations of students who benefit from effective teaching…

Summer fun for pre-schoolers at teddy bears’ picnic

Four-year-olds from across Westbury and their favourite cuddly toys enjoyed a Teddy Bears’ Picnic in the sunshine on 5th July, as part of a programme of activities for those transitioning…

GCSE students under too much pressure says local parent

A PARENT of a Matravers School student has expressed her concern about the amount of pressure put on students in preparation for their GCSE exams. Danielle Ashwell says that her 16-year old…

Eco-warrior awarded Blue Peter badge

A YOUNG pupil from Westbury Leigh CofE Primary School, Adam, was awarded a green Blue Peter badge for his ideas towards helping his school use less electricity. The primary school has…

School praised with a ‘Waste Watchers’ award

WESTBURY Infants School celebrated their ‘Waste Watcher’ award presented by Wiltshire Wildlife Trust for their continued work to reduce, reuse and recycle. Gemma Annan, education and wellbeing officer for the…