North Somerset’s first dual-school site marks one year anniversary as preschool pupils celebrate

PUBLISHED: 14:00 11 October 2016

St Anne's Primary School, Little Learner's Nursery celebrating their first birthday.

St Anne's Primary School, Little Learner's Nursery celebrating their first birthday.

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A preschool set up as part of a new school development has become ‘fully established’.

St Anne’s Primary School became North Somerset’s first dual school site when its building in Scot Elm Drive, in West Wick, opened last year. Pupils are also taught in Hewish.

Little Learners Nursery was built with the new school, and staff held a birthday celebration to mark the anniversary.

Nursery lead Amy Marsh said: “Being part of the St Anne’s school site means we are able to access the hall.

“We are very proud of how our preschool has grown over the past year into a fully established part of the St Anne’s school community.”

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