Our after school enrichment programme is designed to support our school vision in providing a wide range of activities beyond the set curriculum. Our vision means we want students to try new experiences, challenge themselves and discover their passions and talents. This programme enables them to do this and we want every student to take advantage of the fantastic opportunities we provide. ‘Life in all it’s fullness’ John 10:10 Enrichment is an after school programme, covering a Read More ...
Wyvern College and St Edmund’s School are two happy and successful schools working together across one large, vibrant learning campus. Whilst the two schools remain legally separate, we operate together sharing excellent facilities and a committed, highly skilled and enthusiastic team of staff. The opportunity to educate young people is a huge privilege and that drives us to ensure that our students receive the best possible education and experiences at secondary school. A strong Christian ethos is Read More …
Exam Update Letter to Year 11 – 3 April 2020
Letter to parents and carers from Sarah Busby 3rd April 2020
Guides for accessing Home/Distance Learning During Covid-19 Year 7 Guide to Home Learning Year 8 Guide to Home Learning Year 9 Guide to Home Learning Year 10 Guide to Home Learning
Letter to parents and carers 27.03.20
Letter from SLT – March 2020
We are now providing childcare places via a hub at one of our schools in Magna Learning Partnership. If you completed last week’s childcare survey you will have received a letter from us today. This advises you about the provision and, assuming that you are a critical worker and your child is not able to stay at home safely, you will be eligible for the childcare. If you have not received a letter and believe you are Read More …
Final letter to Parents Dear parents and carers, Please find click on the above to see a letter from the CEO of MLP regarding full school closure. Please rest assured that we will continue to support you and your children with their home learning and will be writing to you tomorrow with more information on how we will do so. Kind Regards Nicola Bull Headteacher
Thank you for your quick responses to our essential key worker care link. If you have requested care on Monday we can confirm that we will be open to receive your child. Please drop them off at 8AM and instruct them to enter through the normal ‘student’ entrance where they will be met by staff. Please note that all students must be collected at 3PM.
Please find attached the latest letter from the headteacher. This letter contains important information and will require an immediate response from some parents today. The letter can be accessed here.
We now have the information we need concerning how to maintain educational provision. We will write to you later this morning with a fuller response. The government’s advice is below but please note that the advice is clear. Wherever possible, children should not be at school from Monday. DfE Advice on Maintaining Education Provision (Including definitions of critical workers).
Please see the latest letter from the Headteacher regarding school closures and other important information. Letter from Headteacher 19th March 2020
Letter from Sarah Busby, Chief Executive Officer
As you can imagine, we’ve been working through the night to try and understand what last night’s announcement regarding school closure actually means. Schools are closed but not closed… At the moment, this is all we know. We hope that this morning brings the clarification we, and you, so desperately need. We are seeking answers to a huge number of questions; we would guess our questions are the same as yours. We will be working hard, together Read More …