Thursday, 19 July 2018 - About Whatsonatweaverham | Rss


SOME of the latest arrivals to Weaverham High spent some of their summer holidays getting used to their new surroundings during Summer School.

 Members of Year 7 enjoyed taking part in an array of activities during a week of sport, numeracy and literacy, organised by staff and volunteers at Lime Avenue.
The selection of pupils had been nominated by their respective primary schools and were selected to attend summer school, organised by Weaverham’s Family Support Worker Karen Heard and Learning Mentor Anna Walton.
Mrs Heard said: “Both weeks were very enjoyable and successful. Not only did the children seem to have a great time, they also produced some very impressive examples of work.
“Summer school is designed to aid the children’s transition from primary to secondary school and we feel that this has been the case this summer. Thank you to all you took
part and helped make it possible.”

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