Dear prospective parents and carers
I hope you and your family are well and that things are not too challenging for you in these uncertain and unprecedented times. As I am sure you are all too aware, we are approaching the time when you make the crucial decision of choosing the right secondary school for your son or daughter.
The current restrictions placed on us all mean that our usual Open Evenings and Open Days will not be able to run as they have previously. I do understand, however, the huge importance of visiting prospective schools, meeting staff in person and getting a ‘feel’ for the culture and ethos if you have never visited before. We have therefore decided to go ahead with a series of Open Evenings on Monday 21st , Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd of September 2020.
In order to run safely and follow Public Health guidance, these evenings will be much more streamlined and have a very different format to our usual Open Evening.
• Attendance will be by a booked appointment only; to book an appointment, please use the link below:
• Places will be limited and booked on a ‘first come first served’ basis
• There will be 3 bookable ‘slots’ per evening, each lasting 90 minutes
• Maximum of 2 people per booking (one child and an adult or 2 adults)
• Small groups will social distance throughout and receive a presentation from myself and a tour of the key areas of the school from a staff member
• Face masks will be obligatory
• Our current students will not be involved
Whilst we love showing off our wonderful school and welcoming visitors, I am sure you understand that we must operate safely and, in order to do this, we need to strictly limit numbers. I therefore urge you to consider whether your visit is necessary. If you have already made the decision to choose Wolverley for your son or daughter because you already know the school well and have previously visited or you have a sibling already with us, please allow someone who really needs to visit to inform their decision to book a place instead. I will ensure those who do not choose to visit receive all the information from the evening, including a video version of my presentation.
If you have already chosen Wolverley but have specific questions about you son or daughter’s specific needs, then please contact us via email or phone in order to arrange a time for the appropriate member of staff to discuss these with you.
Thanks for your support and understanding. I look forward to meeting you and your son or daughter should you make the decision to attend.
Please follow the links below:
Kidderminster North Safer Neighbourhood Team are holding a FREE Bike Marking Event on Sunday 3rd May between 10.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. This will be on The Lock Car Park, Wolverley.
Crime Prevention / Security advice will be given, as the team security mark the bicycle[s]. PC Richard Leek, PCSO Nicky Merson and PCSO Kate Easthope will be there along with members from West Mercia Policy Cadets.
This event follows on from three other successful Bike Marking events that have been held recently at this location, and encourage residents to do all they can to protect their property.
PCSO Kate Easthope
Kidderminster North Safer Neighbourhood Team
01562 67879 / 07816172486
Non Emergency Incident Number 101
New Menu starts Monday 3rd November. You will find the new menu in the Parents Section - School Meals.