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Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea at Daisychain

A special Mother’s Day tea took place on the afternoon of Monday 12th March at Daisychain nursery, Whitley, when many of the children’s mummies came along. The nursery reports, “Sandra,…

Lambs arrive early at Wiltshire College

They say when it comes to little ones, expect the unexpected. And that is certainly the case at Wiltshire College’s Lackham campus, where more than 50 lambs have arrived a…

World Book Day At Daisychain

Little Red Riding Hood came to Daisychain nursery on World Book Day along with the Gruffalo, The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Fantastic Mr. Fox; Mary Poppins, The Rainbow Fish, Farmer…

Light Up, Light Up – new dimensions at pre-school

DAISYCHAIN in Whitley recently converted a secluded corner within the pre-school unit into a sensory exploration den for their babies, toddlers and pre school. Staff from the pre-school explain, “This…

Non uniform day is a roaring success

PUPILS at Bowerhill Primary school had a non-school uniform day on Friday 23rd February, raising the sum of £400. The school is supporting ex-employee, Maureen Poulsom, in raising money for…

Introduction to osteopathy for Melksham Oak students

Lowbourne Osteopaths reached out to the next generation of potential osteopaths by attending a Careers Fair at Melksham Oak School on Tuesday 6th February. Steve McMullen, an associate osteopath at…

Open days for early years provision at River Mead School

RIVER Mead School invite you to take a look around their brand new early years provision. In September, River Mead School, which is one of the schools within The Mead Academy…

Proud of the progress at Oak School

MELKSHAM Oak headteacher, Stephen Clark, says he is proud of the progress being made at the school following the publication of the Secondary School League Tables last month. In a…

Contest to find the Best Public Speaker

MELKSHAM Rotary Club is celebrating the success of the Stonar School senior debating team, who are representing them in this year’s Rotary Public Speaking Competition, ‘Youth Speaks.’ Last week, the Stonar…

School appeals for help to build sensory vegetable garden

ST MARY’S Broughton Gifford Primary School is appealing for donations to help build a new sensory vegetable garden. Teaching assistant for years 5 and 6, Hayley Gardyj said, “We are currently…