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Issue No. 115 - 4th October 2006
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Happy First Days At School

They say that school days are the happiest of your life and below is proof of that. Here are the last of the photographs taken of this year's reception classes. At every school I visited, the teachers were nice and the children very happy.


New to St. Joseph's Primary School, Ross are: Carys Williams, James Stephenson, Amie Lamputt, Lily Caulfield, Tom Sheppard, Kendra Williams. Middle: Rosie Prosser, Holly Powell-Jones, Aesha Kaddem, Charlie Price, Callum Price, Joseph Button, Ryan-Luke Davies, George Phillips, Sebastian Roffey and Alistair Olsen.

Children at Goodrich Primary School enjoy their first lessons.

At Weston-under-Penyard Primary, new pupils included George Aubrey, Isaac Bailey, Charlie Couch, Mia Evans, Phoebe Gibson, Katie Hughes-Watts, Thomas Marshall, Ingrid Morgan, Imogen Ryan, Nia Ryan, Archie Sharland, Jack Waite, Alphie Weyman, Lydia Whitehouse.

At Gorsley Goffs Primary, Pat Williams, Teaching Assistant, Karen Cole and , Jodie Challen Reception Class Teachers and Lindsay Butler Teaching Assistant are joined by Ollie, James, Ella, Imogen, Luke, Alexander, Freddie, Matthew, James, Leoni, Nathan, Sasha.

At Walford Primary School, (above and below) Teacher Miss Helen Card and Teaching Assistant, Miss Rachel Cave give a lesson in hand painting to James Blackwell, Ella Burton, James Cook, Joseph Cotton, Alexander Cubberly, Anamae Dawson, Lewis Fowler, Henry Godwin, William Hall, Kirk Hatch, Bethany Hopcraft, Hestia Jewell, Alastair Mcintosh, Finn Maudie-Jones, Georgia Pearce, Thomas Perkins, George Ricks, Billy Sargant, Phoenix Tempel, Louis Trotman, Kayne Walker, Willow Walshe, Robert Whitlock and Thomas Wootton.


Cycling Safety at Walford Primary School

David Holmes from Herefordshire Council Road Safety Unit visited Walford Primary School on Wednesday, 27th September, giving pupils a lesson in cycling safety. He taught the cycling skills necessary to get the children ready to take their Cycling Proficiency Test when in Year 6.


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