Wollaston School Leaver , Laurence Edmunds, who left us in 2016, spoke about his experience of undertaking an apprenticeship with Mr Myers (Careers Leader), and is now an accountant with McIntyre Hudson. Why do an apprenticeship? An apprenticeship gives you the opportunity to study as well as gain vital work experience in the real world. …

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Year 13 Wollaston School Leaver , Austin Coleman was recently asked a few questions by Mr Myers (Careers Leader), regarding his decision to pursue the apprenticeship route: Why do an apprenticeship? The list is almost endless. It puts you in a unique position which gets you ahead of those who go down a traditional route.…

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Welcome to our Wall of Positivity! It has been a truly inspiring week, receiving each of the positive images, quotes or affirmations that the students have shared with us. Now we have pulled all of these together to share with the school community and share the amazing positivity and resilience demonstrated by our fantastic students.

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Please remember: all students should complete the following survey by the end of term to let us know their views on reading 😊📚: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GKYRM6Q Miss J Woodcock – Literature Leader

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Literacy Update and Library Newsletter Jan 2021 – CLICK ON LINK TO READ THE LATEST UPDATE

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This week has seen the roll out of the new Government Lateral Flow Mass Testing Programme at Wollaston School, which has seen the team, consisting of Wollaston School staff members, process over 220 tests!    We are delighted with the success of this programme and staff have been really appreciative of being able to get…

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A big thank you to all of you who have donated food, presents and treats over the last week or so. Yesterday we filled two cars completely full for Wollaston is Kind and the salvation army. Today we transported a mini bus full of food & sanitiser to Re:store in Northampton.

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Staff just want to thank all of our parents who have written such kind and humbling messages (not to mention the amazing poetry!) during these unprecedented months. We have the messages displayed on our little Christmas tree in reception for all to read!

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  Students and staff across the school took part in the annual ‘Children in Need’ event this year, we have raised £1215.35! Unlike most years we could not run house events and cake sales but the National theme was ‘Come as Yourself’ and our staff and students did not disappoint – we had soldiers, hikers,…

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