Where has the last term gone? It seems only yesterday that we were celebrating the achievements of our magnificent Year 13 and Year 11 students. Since the start of the new academic year everyone connected with school have been working diligently to provide the very best opportunities for our students. The expectations and aspirations of our students have been raised and it is important that we continue to embrace our ‘Proud to be Wrenn’ values, all the way up to the Christmas holidays.
We have a variety of events that we would like your support with over the next two weeks:-
|Tuesday 12th December 2017||Mince pie afternoon with the Learning Support department||2.00pm -4.00pm||Doddington
|Wednesday 13th December 2017||Our Christmas Concert ‘Ebenezer Scrooge’s Quiet Night In’. Entry is £2.00 payable on entry and includes free refreshments.
|Friday 15th December 2017||Save The Children’s Christmas Jumper Day. An opportunity for students to swap their blazer for a Christmas jumper. The remainder of the school uniform should be worn as normal. Students should bring in a £1 donation for the charity Save the Children.
|During the school day||Both sites|
|Saturday 16th December 2017||Wrenn Christmas Fayre. It will be the place to find unique Christmas gifts, decorations and cards as well as an opportunity for the Wrenn community to get together for the festive season.
|10.00am – 3.00pm||London Road
|Wednesday 20th December 2017||The school will be closing early at 1.00pm. Students who require lunch will be able to purchase this from London Road canteen. For those students who cannot return home, provision will be made at both school sites until the end of the normal school day. Please inform the relevant Year Teams if this is the case.||1.00pm||Both sites|
Further information on events at Wrenn Academy can be found on our website: http://www.wrenn.northants.sch.uk/parents/useful-dates/
We would like to welcome our new staff starting in January 2018, Miss Scott who will be teaching Mathematics and Miss Carr who will be joining the Senior Leadership Team as Director of Mathematics. Last month we welcomed Mrs Jeffs who has joined us as our new Cover Supervisor.
I would like to wish you all an extremely happy and thoughtful Christmas with your family and friends. It is a time where our ‘respect others’ value really shines, where we have an opportunity to think of others before ourselves.
On behalf of all at Wrenn Academy, I would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.