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Another term draws to a close and it has done so in fitting fashion for Weston Green with the truly splendid Key Stage 1 show ‘Kids’ being the centre-piece. What a show it was! As stunning in its variety as its high-quality performance, it was thoroughly entertaining, celebrating the role of children in West End shows so superbly. I am sure all of you will join with me in saying a huge ‘well done’ to the children and to Ms Griffin whose own genius and passion for the performing arts shone through so strongly in the children’s obvious enjoyment, confidence and masterly presentation.

Mr Harrison, Headteacher
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A spring round-up
As term finishes, the children (and staff) love to look back on all the wonderful things they have done this term. This delightful slideshow (to the soundtrack of our House Music songs) is a superb reminder of all the joyful learning which has taken place this term.
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What a show!
We’ve had a fantastic week in Key Stage 1. The children in years 1 & 2 blew us away with their excellent talent and individual performances in their end of term show. ‘Kids –  a celebration of children in musical theatre’ proved to be a toe- tapping, uplifting successful production.
The Magic of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ comes to WGS
Key Stage 2 were incredibly lucky to welcome a group of Shakespearean players to the hall last week.  The group came in to teach the children about the often complex plot of Shakespeare’s comedy, ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. Rather than just perform the play for the children, the company invited many of them  to  become the actors themselves and were invited to participate in some of the most famous scenes.
Digital leaders join new E Safety committee
We have had a focus recently on e-safety across KS1 and KS2, with biennial training for everyone involved with the school incorporated into this.

Alan Mackenzie, an independent e-safety adviser with many years’ experience, firstly ran sessions for the children during an afternoon, speaking to them about how to stay safe when using the internet and finding out about the most popular games, sites and platforms.

Year 5 mathematicians rise to the challenge
Last week Mrs Hawkins was invited to take along mathematicians to a challenge morning at Epsom College. It wasn't easy to pick the team - year 5 are all great mathematicians, but in the end the intrepid four - Sam, Thomas, Amelie and Saisha - set off for Epsom. Once there they quickly chose their team t-shirts and got on with some tough warm-up exercises.
Red Nose Day
Red Nose Day is always an eagerly anticipated event at Weston Green School, never more so than this year with the excitement of finding the rare red nose and being lucky enough to have Hampton and Richmond Borough Football Club in to lead sessions with all of the children.
  Sensational swimming gala rounds off the term  
  As the end of term approached, the usual routine of school life was disturbed by what is one of the most entertaining fixtures in the school calendar – the Inter-house swimming gala. In previous years, this competition has been the final competition which has separated the winners of the Harvey Cup, and given a morale boost to those who need it most. Which house would be victorious? 

Message from the office
Children return to school on Thursday 20th April. There will be games lessons as usual on Friday afternoon for KS2.
  Weston Green School, Weston Green Road,
Thames Ditton, Surrey, KT7 0JN
Telephone: 020 8398 2778
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