New chapter at Walliscote

THIS week thousands of youngsters picked up their schoolbags and lunchboxes again as they returned to primary and secondary schools across the district.

These children at Walliscote Primary School returned to find a new non-fiction library which had been built at their school over the summer, and immediately got stuck into some reading after a summer away from their textbooks.

The school’s literacy coordinator Liz Kilvington said: “We hope that the children will enjoy using the library for many years to come.”

Did your children go back to something new at their school this week? If so, let us know at newsdesk@westonmercury.co.uk


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