Dear Parents and Carers, This week sees the conclusion of the Spring Term 2021, and it has again been a time filled with numerous unexpected challenges. However, as with so much this year, the most difficult of times has brought out the very best in our school community and thank you for playing such an…

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Dear parents and carers, On Monday afternoon our IT team identified a Ransomware threat which had begun to infiltrate our network. We understand that there has been a significant increase in prevalence of these attacks in recent weeks which have affected other local schools, businesses and public sector organisations. This has caused considerable disruption to…

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Dear Parents, Carers and Students, For all students in years 7-11, please follow the link below to find your World Book Day £1 book token- if you have more than one child at Wollaston, this can be used or printed on separate occasions for each child. All instructions and terms of use are included. https://www.worldbookday.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/booktoken_SecondaryUK.pdf…

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Dear Parents and carers, As you are aware, the use of face coverings in Secondary Schools is being expanded from 8th March 2021 as we open to more students. All students and adults (apart from those who are medically exempt) must wear face coverings on school buses and transport. All students, staff and visitors (apart from those who…

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Stuck for ideas to keep the family entertained during the Half Term break? Vitality are running a live YouTube channel packed with live celebrity videos, a full list of the live sessions can be found below. Sessions include yoga, cooking, and fitness. Please click HERE to access the channel. Vitality Half-Term_Calendar_15th to 21st Feb Vitality…

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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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The assemblies that took place last week were on  centred around Memorial Day on Wednesday.  Usually these assemblies will be delivered by Holocaust Ambassadors and overseen by Mrs Correa-Humphries and Mr Hopkins.  Usually, at the end of the assembly, we ask students and staff to lay a stone as a symbol that we will remember.…

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