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Published on February 24, 2015

Funding success for Matravers

Matravers School is delighted to announce that it has been successful in its bid to receive capital funding to significantly improve accommodation and facilities further.  The school is one of…

Dilton Marsh School “challenge 100”

This week has been 100 week – marking 100 days since the start of the academic year at Dilton Marsh School. In school the whole school took part in a…

The Big Breakfast at Chapmanslade Primary School

Redwood Class (years 5 and 6) raised money for Cancer Research UK and the NSPCC by holding a Big Breakfast first thing in the morning on Thursday 5th February. They…

Pirate Day at Bitham Brook

Shiver me timbers!  Children at Bitham Brook Primary School recently held a Pirate Day to fit in with their topic ‘Around the World’.  The children came to school dressed as…

Westbury Junior School remembers the Holocaust

Westbury Junior School commemorated the 70 year anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp on Tuesday 27th January. A special guest speaker, Pastor Ben Midgley, took a whole school…

Sound of success for Ukulele Club in accredited exam

Westbury Leigh Primary School pupils were given an opportunity to showcase their musical talents in a Music Concert, held on Thursday 22nd January.   Former pupil Rhiannon Dally opened the…

Maths meets Art at Bitham Brook!

Bitham Brook Primary School was transformed into an art gallery for the day just before Christmas  In the ‘gallery’ every child in the school had the chance to display a…

All change at Westbury Leigh Primary School

Things are changing at Westbury Leigh with exciting plans for 2015. The school has launched a new purpose-built website, joined Twitter to announce events taking place and later this month…

Egg-citing times at Westbury Junior School!

Children at Westbury Junior School were left stunned when three enormous eggs recently appeared overnight on their school playground.  Nestled in a bed of straw, these mystery objects were surrounded…

Matravers welcomes leading professor

Matravers School was delighted to welcome Professor Richard Oreffo, Professor of Musculoskeletal Science at the University of Southampton on Friday 9th January.  Professor Richard Oreffo holds the chair of Musculoskeletal…