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New Room Numbers

Across the site, you will see (when you get back to school not only is there a one way system in place) there have been some wonderful school improvements in Block 2, 3 and 5 where the corridors have been painted and new doors have been added. We have taken your views into account about the numbering within the blocks that are not logical and so have renumbered Block 5 and 3 so that they make more sense. (See the attached sheet for the changes in room numbers). Hopefully you will agree that these improvements have made a difference!

Message from the Exams Office for Year 11

Dear Year 11

It has been lovely to see you over the last couple of days and for you to finally have your GCSE results. We hope you are celebrating all your fantastic achievements and enrollment is going well at your college of choice.

Thank You Message from Hampshire County Council

Hampshire County Council’s Leader (Councillor Keith Mans) and Executive Member for Education and Skills (Councillor Roz Chadd) have been very keen to thank all of Hampshire’s pupils and students for the part they have played in helping to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.

More Wildern School PPE

We have manufactured another 225 visors. These have been donated to Western Community Hospital & Fareham Community Hospital and are already being used. Thank You to our staff who manufactured them and Covid-19 Keeping Communities Safer fund that paid for the materials.  

Year 7 Textiles

Year 7 students have been working hard designing new scrubs for the NHS workers so that they are protected and also cheerful to make patients happy and smile. We also wanted it to showcase support of the fantastic NHS workers. We had over 40 we shortlisted and gave to Mr Smith to select his top 3/4, however there were so many good ones it could only get narrowed down to the these top 6. 

Wildern manufactures PPE

Today 6 #volunteers from the D&T Dept manufactured 176 face visors & 19 scrub bags for NHS uniform. The visors will be largely going to Soton Hosp, with some going to local care homes. Scrub bags are going to a local #NHS unit specialising in care for children with cancer.