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Welcome from Stuart Tonks, Headteacher of The Wilnecote School


It is a very exciting time to be part of The Wilnecote School

        If you want to know more about the CAT please visit the website www.community academiestrust.org 

  • Our 2016 exam results were the best for many years and confirm recent improvements in the quality of teaching and leadership at the school.

At Wilnecote we aspire to provide an outstanding education for your child.  Joining the Community Academies Trust is an important stage in our learning journey and will help us to achieve our vision as an excellent community secondary school for the children and families in our community.

As a learning community it is important to us that we work together - students, staff,  parents and our family of schools in the Community Academies Trust -  to provide :-

  • Excellent teaching, interesting and challenging lessons and an exciting curriculum so that students are ambitious and achieve outstanding academic, personal and social outcomes.
  • An inclusive learning environment that values students as individuals and in which they feel safe, happy and well cared for.
  • High expectations along with excellent relationships for learning and behaviour.
  • Opportunities for students to develop their talents and skills and to broaden their horizons

The school is proud of the many successes of our students – in examinations, in the Arts, in Sport, as leaders and peer mentors and in th

e many other activities we offer. We are committed to improving the opportunities for all our students to flourish as global citizens in the 21st Century and to develop the skills of leadership, cooperation and personal responsibility.

The school is a genuine community school.  The majority of young people in the area come to our school but students from across the town also come here.  We remain committed to the Tame Valley Cooperative Learning Trust, a partnership of The Wilnecote School and 7 local primaries that share a common set of values and principles and a shared desire to work collaboratively and sustainably to improve the learning of young people.

Stuart Tonks


The Wilnecote School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.




Fri 21st October

Year 11 Oxford University Trip

On Tuesday 18th October, ten year 11 students (Matt Bishop, Carter Bradshaw, Ben Clarke, Beth Grzesciczek, Callie Horton, Chloe Maker, Josh Nethercot, Tristan Sparshott, Rebecca Taylor, and Luke Tighe)  went to Oxford University for the day, as part of the “outreach” work the University is doing with state schools. We survived all that the M42 could throw at us, with Matt’s emergency “Lunchables” still intact, to arrive at University College (Oxford University...


Mon 17th October

The Great European Bake Off

On the 26th September, The Wilnecote School celebrated European Day of Languages. All year 7...


Fri 07th October

The Wilnecote School appoints House Captains

With the school year fully underway one of the latest exciting things to happen has been the appo...


Upcoming Events

October 24th, 2016
Half Term Break
November 18th, 2016
School Photos Year 11 & catch ups
December 5th, 2016
Y11 Mock Exams commence
December 9th, 2016
Awards Evening