News in the press...3rd Nov 2016: Bridport News
Headteacher sent to prison following trial by Symondsbury school pupils
LAST week, William Kennett, the former headteacher of Symondsbury Primary School, was sentenced to ten years in prison.
It won’t bother him too much, as he died in 1910. But it was a surprisingly tough sentence, handed down to a missionary who went to Australia in 1867 to “christianise” the natives, and came back home two years later with an Aboriginal and a kangaroo in tow.
The sentence came from Symondsbury School class three and four students - aged from seven to eleven...
2nd Nov 2016: View From Bridport
Seasonal Fun at Symondsbury School
PUPILS at Symondsbury Primary School headed off for their half-term break in seasonal style this year – first enjoying a spooky pumpkin party and then participating in the annual school cross country run around Colmers Hill....http://www.viewnews.co.uk/seasonal-fun-symondsbury-school/