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Local author teaches pupils how to draw dragons

PUPILS in years 3 and 4 at Forest and Sandridge School spent the day with local author and illustrator, Mark Robertson, learning how to draw dragons. Mark has illustrated a…

Local artist joins school to create abstract art

FOREST and Sandridge School welcomed local artist, Lisa Metcalfe, to work with the children to produce large abstract art that represented their new school values. The children enjoyed spending the…

School awarded science quality award

FOREST and Sandridge school has been awarded the Primary Science Quality Mark at silver level that enables schools to work together to provide children with the best education in science. The…

Roof upgrade for River Mead School early years building

Children, parents and staff at The River Mead School in Melksham are celebrating being awarded funding to improve areas of their school. The condition improvement fund, managed by the DfE,…

New set of wheels for school

RIVERMEAD School has received a brand new minibus from The  Lord’s Taverners, the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity. The school successfully applied for the minibus on behalf…

School gets packing for their new sensory garden

ST MARY’S Broughton Gifford Primary School raised over £300 for their new sensory vegetable garden project at a supermarket bag packing event last month. Children from years 5 and 6 packed…

Easter bunny visits school bonnet parade

FOREST and Sandridge Primary School held their annual Easter Bonnet parade on Wednesday 28th March where each child was given the opportunity to show off their bonnet creation for the…

Author cuts the ribbon to unveil new school library

A NEW library at Bowerhill Primary School was recently opened by author Jeremy Strong, as he spent the day giving talks to each year group about his books. Jeremy Strong…

Primary school present “Joseph and his amazing technicolour dreamcoat”

Forest and Sandridge Primary School key stage two pupils tirelessly rehearsed for their school production of ‘Joseph and his amazing technicolour dreamcoat’, performing twice to an audience on Friday 23rd…

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,…