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World Book Day Celebrations!

This year World Book Day falls on Thursday 7th March and the event aims to promote reading across the world. We invite Year 7 and 8 pupils to dress up as their favourite book character.

At Wrenn School we believe reading is vitally important to the educational performance of children and so encourage reading for pleasure for our students.

We want to make the day about fun and so do not expect students to buy outfits, but to be creative with their ideas. Students do not have to dress up but must come in school uniform if they do not. Prizes will be awarded to the best costumes in Year 7 and 8 so get creative!

You may have seen the bus parked on the London Road site, this is a school and community project, we will be renovating the double-decker bus into a multipurpose learning environment.

The 'Welli SciTech Bus' will be used for the many Primary School workshops we currently offer as well as a space for our own students to use.

Our own students will be designing and renovating the space with help from the local community, if you can offer help, please contact sam.mallett@wrennschool.org.uk

Wrenn ShieldWe are extremely PROUD to announce that at the Northampton Education Awards, Wrenn School were awarded SECONDARY SCHOOL OF THE YEAR 2018!

We could not be prouder of our achievements and progress we've made over the past year and beyond.

All of the success has been down to the hard work and determination of every single member of staff, every single student, parent/carer, governor and the supporting community.

Evening Telegraph article

Wellbeing for young people.

Our fantastic school counsellor has put together some useful pointers where you can find information, tips and advice on looking after your mental health and wellbeing.

This resource can be found here

We are an OFSTED GOOD School! We are extremely proud to have been rated GOOD during a recent OFSTED visit, an acknowledgement of all the hard work completed by all of the staff and students in the school.

Please click here for our press release, and also please click here to read the OFSTED report in full.