(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
(25/5/2017) Parents, here is our new monthly Newsletter`Wiseman Words’.
(18/5/2017) Students from Cardinal Wiseman recently worked with Rosie Kay Dance Company to create a routine which was then performed as a Curtain Raiser before the final performance of Rosie Kay’s MK ULTRA at Warwick Arts Centre. MK ULTRA is a high energy supercharged mash-up of thrilling dance, music and imagery inspired by the bizarre realm of pop culture mind control
(4/5/2017) During Easter sixty students and eight staff took part in an awesome ski trip to Madonna Di Campiglio in Italy. The trip was a once in a lifetime experience for the students and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Students were a credit to cardinal Wiseman. Alongside the skiing, students took part in bowling , a visit to a pizza restaurant and various
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