Developing the Village Hall Garden

By the time you are reading this, we will be well into the summer holidays and in relaxation mode. Over the summer term we have been very busy developing the Village Hall garden here at Playgroup and I must admit it looks blooming marvellous. Who are we? – Wenvoe Playgroup is a registered charity, managed by local residents and parents […]

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Another School Year Come and Gone!

  Well, we can’t believe that another school year has come and gone! We would like to say a very big thank you to our PFTA who have raised over £4000 this year. We really do appreciate all their tireless work in raising funds to enhance the children’s learning experiences. The children have enjoyed super school trips this past year; […]

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CIRCUS SKILLS WORKSHOP

  Did you know 2018 celebrates the 250th anniversary of circus? Join in and be part of the celebrations, come and have a go and learn circus skills together in a safe and friendly environment. We’ll be juggling, spinning plates, learning tricks on the diabolo and flower sticks, hula hooping, balancing skills, riding trick bikes, building human pyramids and more… […]

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Mischief Makers

      Wenvoe Community Library would like children aged 4 to 11 to have fun reading six library books during the long summer holiday. Children receive special rewards each time they finish a book and there's a certificate for everyone who completes the Challenge. The Summer Reading Challenge 2018 is called Mischief Makers, inspired by the much-loved children's title […]

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Community Orchard Visit

  Most recently our afternoon group visited the Community Orchard. We walked over the foot bridge near to the Playgroup and on into Monkton house as I know it (some of you may know it as the tennis courts or football field) and down to the bottom into the Orchard. The children enjoyed investigating the area and I must say […]

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May News and Events

  The month of May opened with the feast day of St. Philip and St James, known to many as the feast of “Phil and Jim”, and May Day brings to mind the young maidens of the village dancing around the May Pole. How things have changed, with May Day being associated with parades, gatherings of working people to air […]

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March and April Activities

  Well, here we are at the start of the Summer Term already! The time really is going by so quickly. Just before we broke up for Easter, the children in our Foundation Phase took part in an Easter Bonnet parade! The bonnets were, without exception, delightful! The parade took place in our school playground and was well supported by […]

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