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  • Whole School : 97.4%
  • Year 5 : 98.3%
  • Year 6 : 97.0%
  • Year 7 : 97.5%
  • Year 8 : 96.6%

House Points

  • Badbury : 3989
  • Elgeric : 4073
  • Vespasian : 4315
  • Waga : 3644

Send my Friend to School

'Send my Friend to School' is a global campaign that aims to bring together thousands of children across the UK to speak up for the right education and remind world leaders of their promise that all children should get the chance to go tos school.  This year's campaign focuses on enabling the 24 million children with disabilities who are missing out on school, to gain  access to education.

Having learn about 'Send My Friend to School' during tutor time Charlotte Curtis, Bethany Beattie and Isobel Myers all year 7 pupils decided to engage their peers in helping to make their voices to be hard.  They eagerly led whole school assemblies both at Lockyers Middle School and Henbury View First School informing pupils of the campaign.  Following this every pupil from these schools coloured in a disabled school paper child and wrote a message for educational change to occur.

Councillor Annette Brookes and Councillor Susan Jeffries met with the pupils and collected a vast bundle of complete 'Send My Friend to School' children and delivered them by hand to David Cameron.
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We are pleased to announce that we converted to Academy Status as part of Wimborne Academy Trust on 1st July 2018 and that we have been awarded Unicef’s Gold Rights Respecting School Award