Key Stage 3 have produced a chalk board of how they can be free and safe on the internet. #SaferInternetDay
The kindness fairies were hard at work on Friday. They decided the staff could do with a treat so they baked a cake and created a card with a kind message for each one of them. What acts of kindness have you done so far in 2020?
We have managed to raise £84 for the St Wilfrid’s School PTFA through your donations to Cash4Coins.
The collecting bucket will be returning to the school office later this week so please get donating again!
All foreign coins and banknotes
Current UK coins and banknotes
Any old British and Irish money
Even obsolete money
Thank you for your support.
As part of their History lessons, Year 7 & 8 have been learning about Elizabethan England. This culminated with creating a news report about the Spanish Armada….
We are lucky enough to have doctors from RD&E joining us over the next four weeks, teaching every St Wilfrid’s pupil the basics of CPR…DRSABCD!
Pupils were treated to a superb Christmas lunch. Thank you to Mrs Clack, Mrs Dent and Mrs Timms for cooking.
A huge thank you to Mrs Timms for organising our ‘Adopt a Bear’. Each pupil adopted their own bear through a lucky dip raffle. Each bear was named and given their own personality.
We were lucky enough to be visited by Father Christmas, Mother Christmas and the Elfs.
All lower school pupils received two presents.
An excellent Carol Service & Prize Giving at St David’s Church.
We were treated to a delightful ‘Victorian Christmas’ play by the lower school and were lucky enough to have a speech from our special presenter, Exeter Chiefs star Harvey Skinner.
Festivities continued back at school with the Christmas Raffle, mince pies and mulled wine.
From Reception to Year 11, all our staff are specialist subject teachers. Pupils are taught in small classes and benefit from substantial one to one tuition. We are a non-selective school with an impressive GCSE Record.