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Pupil Premium ReportWe are required to publish our Pupil Premium funding figures and what they have been used for:
Click here to view the report
For health and safety reasons there is CCTV monitoring on our school site.
BullyingTo report an incident of bullying please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
"This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment."
Details of our Safeguarding Policy are available on link to the left hand side of this website "Safeguarding Statement"
County Council Seeks Assurances On Food Supplies
Staffordshire County Council
We are very aware in Catering Services the concerns of parents and staff of the recent issue relating to the contamination of horse meat within certain branded products.
Staffordshire County Council has gained assurances from its catering suppliers that meals served in schools and care establishments are not affected by meat contamination.
GWHS in the News
"Great Wyrley High School striving to be at the community’s heart"
External Examination Timetables
External Examination timetables for November 2012 and January 2013 are now available. Click here to go to Exams
Congratulations to all students on their 2012 GCSE Results
“The school is pleased to celebrate another very positive year of achievement at age 16. Over 72% of students achieved 5 or more high grade passes with 20% of them gaining 10 or more high grade passes. Of these 56% achieved 5 or more A*-C grades including English and Maths.
here were many individual success stories among overall levels of achievement. Including:- .
Headteacher Chris Leach praised both the ability of the young people and the professional support they get from the experienced and dedicated staff at the school.
“It is very pleasing to see hard work and mutual support from home, school and young people translate into these type of outcomes. Many of our students are now equipped with the qualifications and skills they need to progress to the next stage of their learning, training and employment. We are very proud of all of them! ”
2012 A-Level Celebrations
Another hugely successful year for our A-Level students at Great Wyrley High School. We’re very proud of all our students who, along with the staff, have worked extremely hard to achieve their successes. We are delighted that at A2 our pass rate remains high at 97% and over a third of these passes were graded at A or B.
Some outstanding results for our A2 students include; Jodie Bird A*A*A, Sam Morris A*A*A, Cameron White A*AA, Sophie Hardy A*A* C, Alysha Davis A and 3 Distinctions, Jordan Arblaster AA and Distinction.
At AS-Level there was also alot of success, in particular; Sam Layland AAAA, Emily Jenkins AAAA, Josh Pearce AAAB.
A message to Year 7s who are joining us in September!
A reminder to take photographs of your HUM BUG in a place of geographical, historical or religious importance! These can be local, national or international! Bring your printed off photos to your Geography, History or RE teacher in September and get VIVOS (a school reward)! Take as many photos as you like as each one will get a reward - but the HUM BUG must be in the photo! Have a good Hum Bug holiday!
Humanities Theme Week
The following students have received a headteacher commendation for the best travel journals during humanities theme week:
Free School Meal Applications
If your child is eligible for Free School Meals, an online application form is now available at www.staffordshire.gov.uk/freeschoolmeals which removes the need to print and scan/email/post the form and so should make the application process easier and quicker for both schools and parents. The paper form is still available from the same webpage if required, or you can obtain a copy from the School Office.
Save Our Soldiers
We were very pleased to recieve a letter of thanks from the charity Save Our Soldiers and would like to share it with Staff, Students and Parents. Click here to view the letter
Pupil Premium Report
We are required by the DfE to publish how our Pupil Premium funding has been spent: Click here to view the report There is also a link to the document on the right of this page
The following students have been hand painting a Mural design onto an outside wall at Moat Hall Primary School - Lydia Keen, Jordan Jones, Eden Maxwell and Liam Fisher. Students worked so hard yesterday, the Mural is nearly complete and photos will be on the website shortly. Well done!
July 2012 Newsletter
Our May newsletter is now available. Click here to view it.
School Transport for Tuesday 4th September 2013 (first day of term only)
Please see the School Transport page of our website for information regarding modified pick-up times on Tuesday 4th September 2013 (first day of term only)
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