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CURRICULUM Links, resources and support for curriculum areas. PRIMARY ENGLISH Information, projects and resources to support Primary English. PRIMARY MATHEMATICS Information and resources to support Primary Mathematics. PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES Information of local and nationally run projects and initiatives. SECONDARY Information, projects and resources to support Secondary subjects.

LPDS NATIONAL CURRICULUM SUPPORT MATERIALS Resources for developing a whole school curriculum. SHARING GOOD PRACTICE Information about the LPDS Award. As a school, Wellingborough places academic achievement at the heart of its curriculum, creating a challenging education which promotes self-awareness, active participation and responsibility. As a school, Wellingborough places academic achievement at the heart of our curriculum, creating a challenging education which promotes self-awareness, active participation and responsibility. The School values altruism and community, as is reflected in our commitment to charity and to building links with the world outside of the school gates. Our aim is to create an environment in which pupils can develop to their full potential and thrive as individuals.

The School creates a happy, supportive atmosphere, derived from people knowing each other well and a lack of anonymity. My fondest memories are of my years at Wellingborough School. I made my closest friends there and kept in touch with them throughout university and into the world of work. Every day at School is exciting and fun.

We learn so many new things and the teachers make the lessons interesting, even when what we are studying is hard work. 3rd place in Secondary school category. OSYwxE4Okx and use the Parents’ Booking System which is open until 16:00 on Wednesday 18 April 2018. On Wednesday 21st March Science welcomed a representative from EDF in conjunction with Hinkley Point C to run a work shop with year 9. The morning focused on the current energy crisis and how we can solve it. Students competed to build the most efficient wind turbine, as well as learning about the production of electricity, and the wealth of careers available to them within the STEM industry. 8pm in time for a tasty dinner and fitting of ski equipment.

Everyone then collapsed into bed for a good night’s sleep. The first day out on the slopes was brilliant. The temperature varied between minus 8 and minus 1, but the sun was shining and the slopes weren’t that busy. As a result all the non-skiers did superbly well and were working their way down blue runs, and taking chair lifts up again, by the end of the day.

This was an outstanding fundraising effort and Ms Bennett would like to congratulate all those that took part, made donations, baked cakes or took part in sponsored events. We are very proud of your achievements. Students hold up the presentation cheque for Children in need. 50 year 11 students from the school have already signed up for the 2018 programme. The NCS programme is aimed at 16 -17 year old.

It takes place over the school holidays. As well as two separate periods of away from home residential which includes a range of exciting  outdoor activities, students will also be given time to develop new skills whilst learning more about their communities and how they can make a difference through social action projects. We went on Wednesday 13th December to the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton. Mr Woodward drove us in the school minibus. Students from both Nurture groups, Sunstone and Citrine went with Mrs Smith and Mrs Hopkins as well as Mr Woodward.

We were able to test the different materials such as wood, metal, fabric, carbon fibre, leather and honeycomb composite to see if they were flexible or stiff and rigid. This tied in with what we had been learning about materials in our science lessons. We also tested how strong the materials were by standing on them. They day was fantastic and it was great to be able to use the learning we had done in school to help us with the workshop activities.