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  • 29/09/21

    Homework Expectations

    I am writing to you with an overview of when and how homework will be set. At Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 students will have a set amount of homework each week. In order to help students plan their time we have included a timetable for when homework in different subjects should be completed. The...
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  • 28/09/21

    Bike Theft on School Site

    We would like to inform our Welling School community that a number of bicycles have been stolen from the school site. Most of the bicycles that have been stolen were locked in the allocated bicycle sheds at the front of the school on Elsa Road. The thieves gained access to the bicycle shed from t...
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  • 24/09/21

    Routines for Learning

    It has been a great pleasure to welcome back our students after the summer break. As we return to a more settled learning experience for students and leave the disruption of the past 18 months behind, we have been working with teachers across the school to look at how we maximise each and every less...
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  • 24/09/21

    European Day of Languages

    This week the school has been celebrating ‘European Day of Languages’ with a week of assemblies dedicated to the subject. In assemblies and form time students have explored the richness of learning different languages and how these deepen our understanding and appreciation of people from...
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  • 15/09/21

    Welling School Open Days 2021

    See for yourself what Welling School has to offer at one of our open days. We are excited to finally allow prospective Year 7 students for September 2022 and their families to come on-site for our open events: Open Day Saturday 2 October 2021 09:00am - 1:30pm Session Times...
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  • 13/09/21

    Welcome Back to School!

    I hope that you and your family had an enjoyable summer break, whether it was at home, within the UK or abroad. As we have become accustomed to, our first experience with students this year was completing Lateral Flow Tests in preparation for students returning to school full-time. 1000s of tests we...
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  • 31/08/21

    COVID-19 Testing & Return to School

    We hope all students had a restful Summer break. As part of our return to school, we will be conducting Lateral Flow Testing on all students before they return to the classroom. Thursday 2 September Year 8 Testing from 09.30 – 12.30. Students in tutor groups Alder to Fir should arrive...
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  • 12/08/21

    GCSE Results Day 2021 Statement

    Over the past 18 months students at Welling School have faced unprecedented disruption to their education. The GCSE Results published today demonstrate their resilience and determination to succeed and as a whole school community we recognise and celebrate their success.   Overall, our resu...
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  • 10/08/21

    A-Level Results 2021 Statement

    Over the past 18 months students at Welling School have faced unprecedented disruption to their education. The A Level results published today demonstrate their resilience and determination to succeed and as a whole school community we recognise and celebrate their success. Overall, our resul...
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  • 22/07/21

    End of Academic Year Letter

    We are approaching the end of an academic year that has certainly been challenging and has required both students and staff to show great resilience and character. It is fitting that this week we have been able to finish with Sports Days for Years 7 -10. These have been very enjoyable occasions and...
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  • 21/07/21

    Summer Holidays

    Welling School finishes for the Summer Holidays on Friday 23 July 2021 - this will be a staggered finish, from 12:00 – 12:30pm. Key Dates: Friday 23 July Last day of Term (12:00pm staggered finish) Monday 26 July - Tuesday 31 August  Summer Holidays...
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  • 19/07/21

    Changes to contact tracing in education and childcare settings

    As you know, the Prime Minister announced on 12 July that Step 4 of the roadmap would go ahead on 19 July. One of the key changes that will take place from 19 July is that education and childcare settings will no longer be asked to conduct routine contact tracing. As with positive cases in any ot...
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