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Knitathon at Melksham Oak

Melksham Oak Community School Knitathon took place on Wednesday  5th November.  This was part of The Big Issue’s KNITATHON, a nationwide project. Students, parents, staff and the local community all…

Melksham school says goodbye after 15 years

A RIVER Mead dinner lady has been given a fond farewell by staff and pupils after 15 years’ service.  Wendy Pearce started at the school in 1999 and in that…

Schoolchildren’s Harvest Festival supports foodbank

FOREST & Sandridge School celebrated this year’s Harvest Festival with a special assembly and donations to Melksham Foodbank.  Parents and a local vicar were invited to come and share the…

Aloeric Primary School enjoy a trip to the seaside

Children in Owl and Hedgehog classes of Aloeric Primary School went to the seaside at Clevedon for the day on Monday 15th September. They visited the pier, the beach and…

Triathlon morning for Melksham Oak

205 Year 7 students from Melksham Oak will be competing to complete a mini triathlon on Wednesday 8th October. This is part of the schools new ‘Big Bang’ approach; all…

Melksham student volunteers experience Kenyan life

Rather than spend their summer break relaxing or earning money, a Melksham student formed part group of nine students from Wiltshire College took a trip to Nakuru in Kenya to…

Bowerhill pre-school celebrate moving into newly built classroom

BOWERHILL Primary School pre-school class is celebrating as they now have a new classroom to learn and develop in.  A new mobile unit has been built and refurbished on the…

ABC Nursery celebrate ‘good’ Ofsted report

ABC Day Nursery is celebrating after being assessed as ‘good’ by Ofsted inspectors. It was ABC’s second inspection in a year following Alexis Pavlou taking on full ownership of the…

Melksham teenagers boost their job prospects

TWO Melksham teenagers have boosted their career prospects after taking part in a new traineeship placement at Wiltshire Council. Will Bridger and James Baily took part in a scheme that…

Devizes school finds alternative use for Melksham News!

Devizes school finds alternative use for Melksham News!

DEVIZES School has found an alternative use for the news as they used many copies of the Melksham News to assist an event in their science department day.  The school…