(21/8/2017) Mrs Morris and Mrs O’Gorman invite all students in Year 11, to join us from 9am in the main hall to receive their results from recent GCSE examinations. Staff will be on hand to support students on next steps in education and can give Information, Advice and Guidance on destinations of choice available in light of qualifications. Mrs Morris, and
(18/8/2017) From September we have clarified the uniform guidance for all year groups through our revised policy. School uniform plays a valuable role in contributing to the ethos of a school and setting an appropriate tone. It is a badge of pride. Furthermore, a school uniform: creates an identity for our school promotes respect improves learning by reducing distraction and sharpens focus
(17/8/2017) Cardinal Wiseman School is celebrating another year of excellent A-Level results, with many students progressing to their university of choice. An impressive 49% of students in Year 13 achieved A*-B grades, with 21% of the total cohort achieving A*-A. Cardinal Wiseman, part of the Romero Catholic Academy, has continued to offer a wide range of academic and vocational subjects which
(6/7/2017) Day 6 A day that was expected to merely be a trip to Bunda Church and a shopping expedition happened to result in an interesting and coincidental meeting. After awaking at 6:30 in preparation for an early 7:00 breakfast, the team along, with Edgar and Innocent, ventured towards Bunda to participate in the two hour long Sunday service. We were
(20/6/2017) Being a parent/carer can be a nightmare. Trying to track how your son/ daughter is keeping safe on their device is difficult especially when they are in Key Stage 3, 4 or 5. At Cardinal Wiseman, e-Safety is of prime importance to ensuring we safeguard our students in school and at home. Therefore we ensure we train staff, implement and review policy
Time of day change
As we come to the final half of the summer term, this is a point in which we do look to planning for the forthcoming academic year. Following discussions with the leadership team, I am informing you that from September, we will be returning to the school day on Wednesday finishing at 3.20pm. We will be revising the curriculum and timetable over the next half term and this is much needed time to ensure the allocated timetable for learning is used to the fullest. We will be advising buses of this change from September.
As part of an ongoing partnership between police and schools in the area we are committed to working together to protect our young people and children from harm and encouraging them to stay safer on line. West Midlands Police have issued a letter with regard to online safety which you can read here