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Coaches returning from the Lake District have now departed and are anticipated to arrive back at the school at approximately 4pm. Any changes to this will be updated here. The latest progress update (at 2.50pm) is that coaches are still on track to return to school at approximately 4pm.

 

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We have received notification from Wiltshire Council regarding the road closure in Church Street, Hilperton which will be commencing on Monday 19th October BUT they will not be closing the road until the following Monday 26th October.

Following half term all students who usually board the bus at Church Street, Hilperton will need to walk along to the bus stop near the end of Horse Road to catch the bus which will arrive at approximately 07.35hrs subject to traffic. Students will also be dropped here on return.

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The Connect Newsletter dated 2nd October 2015 outlined the current funding formula and how this means that Wiltshire is one of the lowest funded counties. Our local MP,  Michelle Donelan, has been appointed a patron of the campaign for Fair School Funding and has launched a petition to Government on this issue, pressing for the earliest possible introduction of a new National Funding Formula to redress this imbalance. To read more about this issue see the downloads section below.

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During the week of 5th – 9th October, St Laurence School will be welcoming the artists from the OAE for its annual opera residency. The residency is for the whole of Year 7 to take part in, alongside a range of other Performing Arts groups across the school. The residency culminates in a performance on Friday 9th October at 1:45-3:00pm in the Wiltshire Music Centre (Year 7 Parents welcome).

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Starting on 4 October and continuing until mid-November Wiltshire Council have planned a series of roadworks which will impact travel to and from School. The PDF below gives more information and the relevant web link at Wiltshire Council.

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