A message about Road safety
A message about Road safety
We have great pleasure in informing you that the ESSA swim event up at St Swithuns was a huge success and great to see.
A warm welcome back after the summer break.Â We have a full on start to the term this year and I will update this blog throughout September
As we draw to the close of yet another year we would like to begin by extending our sincere thanks to you all for your continued support of all we do at Wildern. Not simply the support of your sons and daughters but our whole school events and information evenings. We frequently talk about our partnership which is critical in securing the best outcomes and support for your youngsters. Parentsâ€™ attendance at all our events has been overwhelmingly positive and sends a clear message to our students that we are here for them.
During the Spring term, students and staff alike were busy taking photographs that they submitted to the Photography Competition run by the Rotary Club on the theme of A Moment In Time. On the 8th May Ringwood School held a prize-giving ceremony, where students and staff were invited to celebrate their fantastic efforts. In the category Years, 7-10 there were over 500 entries where Ryan Cousins and Toby Dean were shortlisted and received certificates in highly commended. In the adult category, Mr. Rodregez also received a highly commended certificate. Overall, the evening and the competition was a great success and a wonderful opportunity to be creative!
Huge congratulations to the 102 students in the winning Rock Challenge team It was a fantastic result. I am really looking forward to the final on the 27th April. Seeing it at again at the dance showcase, close up, you have such a clear view of the quality. Well done to all involved in the Dance showcase also it was amazing.
Welcome back after half term in what is a very short term with lots to cram in. Already there has been a lot of successes both team and individual, much of which will be shared in the end of term newsletter.
Well, we are finally at the end of a long term where much has happened. This is a short message from me wishing you all a wonderful Christmas with your families and friends. The students and staff have worked very hard and thoroughly deserve a break, as I am sure do all of you.
Welcome to my first Blog of the year, my apologies for the delay but we felt the first Blog of this academic year would be best placed on our new Website. If you are reading this Blog then you have successfully navigated your way to it through what I hope you agree is a much smarter and more modern Website. We have spent several months fine tuning and tweaking it and are delighted with the positive feedback we have had which I am pleased to say has informed further changes.