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Published on October 21, 2014

Bratton celebrates Harvest

St James’ Church, Bratton celebrated Harvest Festival on Sunday 5th October. Local farmer Richard Gale gave a sheaf of corn and parishioners brought vegetables and fruit to go with the…

Westbury science students achieve a Gold Crest award

23 A-level students from Matravers have just successfully completed and achieved a Gold CREST award.  This is a highly prestigious and UCAS recognised award that is undertaken in association with…

Westbury Infants promotes healthy living with free school meals scheme

Westbury Infants School is helping to ensure that its pupils  are ready to learn with the implementation of free healthy hot lunches for all. As an infant school, all children…

Westbury students rewarded for training and development tasks

STUDENTS at Matravers School have celebrated passing their  level 1 BTEC course with CVQO, the UK-based educational charity which aims to change lives through vocational training and development.   Matravers…

Matravers School launches Gold CREST award

Year 12 science students at Matravers School presented their Gold CREST award to their teachers, parents and their peers on Monday 21st July.  The Gold CREST award is a UCAS…

Westbury Junior School serve up ‘Porridge’!

Westbury Junior school drama club performed Westbury’s premier of the musical ‘Porridge’ to a delighted audience of family and friends on 16th July. The drama club have been rehearsing weekly…

Horse & dog show weathers the storm

Fairfield Farm College Horse & Dog Show went ahead in Dilton Marsh this month in spite of heavy rain in the village. The show, which was held to raise money…

Matravers School ends the term in style!

Matravers School held its first ‘Big Picnic’ event at the school on Friday 18th July.  This was a reward event for an exceptional year in which standards and expectations have…

Chapmanslade puts on a show

Children from Redwood Class (Years 5/6) of Chapmanslade School have been working towards an African production with other village schools, as part of the Small Schools Music Festival. They have…

Shakespeare Rocks at Dilton School

Oh! What a show! Dilton Marsh pulled out all the stops recently as Years 5 and 6 joined forces to present a plethora of talent, proving that Shakespeare really does…