Wenlock’s busy term

The pre-Christmas term saw a flurry of activities and events at Much Wenlock Primary School. In November, a number of Year 6 children joined the Friends of the Old Cemetery for a remembrance service. The children read out moving poems they had written especially for the occasion and placed poppies on the war graves.

A charity day was held for Macmillan, during which KS1 pupil Edward, along with his father, braved the shaver to raise money for the cancer support charity. Finally, as part of road safety week, Y6 took part in Bikeablility and had a fun time learning practical skills and understanding more about how to cycle safely on today’s roads.

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