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Featured News

  • Community letter from Wiltshire Police

    Please see the open letter sent from Wiltshire Police on the topics of violent crime, weapons and how to talk to young people understand the consequences of carrying or using a weapon, and feel they have someone to talk to about their worries and concerns.

    April 27, 2021

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  • Return from Lockdown Survey

    The past 12 months in education have been like no other. Students, parents, teachers and support staff have had to adapt to an ever-changing landscape as almost every aspect of school life was impacted in some way by the fight against the pandemic.

    Throughout this time, parent input received via various surveys we have carried out has helped shape our approach. As school is beginning to feel like the place we know and love we are keen to hear your views again. These will enable us to plan effectively for the remained of this year and beyond to ensure that the education we provide to our students is in line with our overarching intent and appropriate to their needs. 

    Please click this link to complete a very short (5 minutes) survey.

    April 23, 2021

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  • The Big Ask

    The new Children’s Commissioner for England, Dame Rachel de Souza, has launched The Big Ask – the largest ever consultation with children aged 4 – 17 in England. It aims to find out children’s concerns and aspirations about the future so that we can put children at the heart of our country’s recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
    Please ask your son/daughter to complete this survey. Parents and carers and those working with children are also invited to complete the adult survey.
    To share their views about the future for children and young people today and what they think is holding young people back. The results from this survey will help the Children’s Commissioner identify the barriers preventing children from reaching their potential, put forward solutions and set ambitious goals for the country to achieve. The survey is introduced here by England and Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford and Dame Rachel de Souza, Children’s Commissioner for England The Big Ask - YouTube

    April 23, 2021

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