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  • Henbury School pupils read to Bristol Rugby Club stars

    By matt_2009 at 12:11 on 25/01/13
    Henbury School pupils read to Bristol Rugby Club stars.
    Pupils at Henbury School were joined by Bristol Rugby Club stars yesterday supporting an initiative to promote literacy and encourage reading for enjoyment. Bristol Rugby Community Foundation has supplied Henbury School for the past three years with matchday programmes for students to read during "silent reading" in their tutor times. Pupils, rewarded for performing well in these reading sessions, today had the chance to...
  • Pupils return to Sea Mills Primary to find £5 million school buildings completed

    By matt_2009 at 12:18 on 07/09/12
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    Sea Mills Primary pupils returned to school yesterday to find the new £5 million buildings completed. The construction of the new school, finished ahead of schedule, preserves and reuses as much as possible of the original Edwardian school, while creating bright, modern classrooms. Head teacher, Kirsteen Craig, said: "We are all very excited to be moving into our new school buildings and can't wait to see children's...
  • Westbury on Trym Academy crowned the Kings of Chess

    By kiwikid. at 23:34 on 24/06/12
    WOT Chess Team St Glos June 2012
    Congratulations to the Westbury on Trym Chess Team who were crowned the South Gloucestershire Primary Schools Chess Champions 2012. The tournamnet was played out over 6 matches, with 12 players in each team. Westbury had an impressive record and they were the only team not to lose a match. In addition to the teams success, in the one day South Gloucestershire Primary Schools Individual Competition, the team won in every age group. ...
  • Flying with the dragons

    By redmaid at 16:03 on 27/01/12
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    The joint Red Maids' and QEH Choir will be singing at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery on Park Street at 2.30pm tomorrow as part of a celebration of Chinese New Year. 25 girls and 15 boys from Years 9 to 13 will be joining traditional dancers and flying dragons to sing favourites such Bridge Over Troubled Water, Rule Britannia and The Bare Necessities. Mr Stephen Browne, Director of Music at The Red Maids' School said,...
  • Flying with the dragons

    By redmaid at 16:03 on 27/01/12
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    The joint Red Maids' and QEH Choir will be singing at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery on Park Street at 2.30pm tomorrow as part of a celebration of Chinese New Year. 25 girls and 15 boys from Years 9 to 13 will be joining traditional dancers and flying dragons to sing favourites such Bridge Over Troubled Water, Rule Britannia and The Bare Necessities. Mr Stephen Browne, Director of Music at The Red Maids' School said,...

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