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Malalwi Fundraising Ball

(19/9/2017) We are excited to announce that we will be holding a fundraising ball for our charity, The Cardinal Wiseman Malawi Trust. The night promises to be an exciting event with entertainment and fundraising activities. Tickets are £50 for individual tickets and £45 when purchasing a table of ten.  Click here for a booking form
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Letter to Parents

(9/9/2017) Dear Parents and Carers I am writing to you at the end of the first week of term here at Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School to tell you about some of the exciting developments that have been taking place over the summer holidays and during our first week. The summer holidays are time for pupils and families to relax and enjoy
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Welcome Mr Leverage!

(1/9/2017) A new Head of School at a Coventry school hopes to inspire pupils to go to university with a new Oxbridge programme. Tom Leverage, from Norwich, officially starts his post at Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School, part of the Romero Catholic Academy, in Potters Green Road, on Friday, September 1. The programme will help pupils applying to Oxford and Cambridge, with the new
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Sixth form Induction September 2017

(27/8/2017) Cardinal Wiseman Catholic Sixth Form Have you received your exam results and are now unsure of your next step? Cardinal Wiseman Sixth Form has to offer: RESULTS – we are consistently one of the top performing Sixth forms in the city OPTIONS – we have a diverse range of courses, including A level and level 2/3 vocational courses SUPPORT –
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Summer Newsletter August 2017

(24/8/2017) Click below on the hyperlink to read our final newsletter for the year. Cardinal Wiseman Summer newsletter August 2017

School will be closing at 1.20pm on Wednesday 20 September to enable staff to prepare for Open Evening

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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