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The Girl of Ink and Stars

Children from year 6 of The Mead Academy Trust went to The Arc Theatre, Trowbridge, for a special performance of ‘The Girl of Ink and Stars’ on Monday 10th June. …

Work experience with Co-op’s Manchester-based public relations team

Melksham Oak sixth-form student, Amy Dobbin, has gained a work experience placement at the Co-op’s public relations department in Manchester. Sixteen-year-old Amy hopes to pursue a career in public relations…

“The safety of our students is paramount”: Oak’s interim principal offers reassurance to parents

Interim principal of Melksham Oak, Aidan Blowers, has offered reassurance to parents that the school is taking measures to keep students safe following the report of a fight earlier this…

Last call for George Ward School reunion

IF YOU attended George Ward School in Melksham and left in 1975 (aged 16) or 1977 (aged 18), then why not meet up with former school friends and teachers at…

Primary school’s great British spring clean

STUDENTS at Forest and Sandridge Primary School took part in the Great British Spring Clean on Wednesday 27th March, making a difference to their local area, by collecting litter in…

Seend C. of E. Primary School deemed ‘Good’ by SIAMS inspection

Five years to the day since their last inspection, Seend C. of E. Primary School have undergone another SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) inspection.  The SIAMS evaluates…

Primary school’s gymnastic success

The Forest & Sandridge gymnastics team came first in the schools gymnastics competition. They then went on to compete in the School Championships against the other top two teams from…

West Country Educational Agency celebrates 20th anniversary

West Country Educational Agency, located next to the Post Office in Canon Square, Melksham, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Since 1999, the agency has been providing supply, temporary and permanent…

People encouraged to have their say on future of special schools in Wiltshire

The extended consultation on how Wiltshire Council can best invest at least £20million into providing special school education in the future is now live. People are encouraged to have their…

Primary School help beat cancer by joining virtual choir

Children from the River Mead School in Melksham are raising money to help beat cancer by joining a ‘virtual choir’ in a rendition of “Count On Me” by Bruno Mars.…