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The pupils from Longleaze Primary School, Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire
. Longleaze Primary School

Longleaze Primary School is set on the northern side of Wootton Bassett near Swindon in Wiltshire. Wootton Bassett is a developing market town with a population of approximately 12,000, set in attractive countryside two miles from junction 16 of the M4.  The school was opened in September 1973.  The premises consist of the main block, three mobile classrooms, audio visual and music room, provided by the Longleaze School Association (L.S.A.) (for more details about the L.S.A. follow the link at the bottom of the page).  September 2003 saw the opening of our impressive, new computer suite.  Seventeen networked PCs offer the very latest in Educational ICT.  The school also has two hard playing areas, a quiet area, grounds (including a conservation area) and a caretaker's bungalow.

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  Longleaze Primary School

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The Flint Field.
The Flint Field.

 

The flattened fields.
The flattened fields.

 

The field leading to Shaw Village.
The field leading to Shaw Village

Many of us saw many stones called sarsen stones ..
Many of us saw many stones called sarsen stones.

 

A Sarsen.
A Sarsen.

 

Wansdyke where the road runs through it.Wansdyke where the road runs through it.

The Ridge way and Plains of Wiltshire.
The Ridge way and Plains of Wiltshire

 

The Wansdyke.
The Wansdyke

 

The Shaw.
The Shaw.

On top of the Wansdyke.
On top of the Wansdyke

 

This is the actual Wansdyke.
This is the actual Wansdyke.

 

This is a picture of when Class 9 were doing their sketches of the Wansdyke.
This is a picture of when Class 9 were doing their sketches of the Wansdyke.

Everyone went up to the top of the Wansdyke and had our morning snack...
Everyone went up to the top of the Wansdyke and had our morning snack...

 

This is the Wiltshire Plains..
This is the Wiltshire Plains where our teacher stopped us and said this is what Wiltshire is really about - big open fields with very few people living there...

 

This picture shows Class 9 walking alongside the Wansdyke.
This picture shows Class 9 walking alongside the Wansdyke.

The Ridgeway.
The Ridgeway.

 

Tan Hill.
Tan Hill

 

This is the wood that we walked through.
This is the wood that we walked through.

At The Beginning Of West woods.
At The Beginning Of West woods

 


The Wiltshire Plains

 

This is when we walked back to the bus.
This is when we walked back to the bus.

Copyright 2003, Longleaze Primary School. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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Longleaze Primary School
Byron Avenue
Wootton Bassett
Wiltshire
SN4 8BA
Telephone: 01793 849251
Fax: 01793 849251
Email: admin@longleaze.wilts.sch.uk or  head@longleaze.wilts.sch.uk


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