Artwork unveiled to show school co-operation

PUBLISHED: 11:00 20 June 2014

Mayor Cllr Roz Willis with pupil representitives from Oldmixon Primary, Bournville Primary, Windwhistle Primary, Walliscote Primary and Milton Park Primary Schools, with the Trust's logo that they designed themselves.

Mayor Cllr Roz Willis with pupil representitives from Oldmixon Primary, Bournville Primary, Windwhistle Primary, Walliscote Primary and Milton Park Primary Schools, with the Trust's logo that they designed themselves.

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AN EDUCATION trust has celebrated its first birthday, with pupils designing a piece of artwork to represent the schools’ co-operation.

The Weston Education Trust is made up of Bournville, Milton Park, Oldmixon, Walliscote and Windwhistle primary schools.

The trust, which launched last year, is the first of its kind in North Somerset and aims to enhance the lives of pupils by creating educational activities and opportunities.

The trust celebrated with an event on the Grand Pier, where pupils unveiled the piece of art created by each school.

The schools also held special assemblies, and inter-school sport, music and art sessions.

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