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Wilnecote High School to join the Community Academies Trust (click to see details)

Welcome

At Wilnecote we aspire to be an outstanding school with high expectations and high aspirations for each student. 

As a school we are proud of the many successes of our students – in examinations, in the Arts, in Sport, as leaders and peer mentors. We are committed to improving the opportunity for all students to flourish as global citizens in the 21 st Century and to develop the skills of leadership, cooperation and personal responsibility.

We recognise that such successes can only be achieved in an environment based on respect and positive relationships and in which young people feel safe, well cared for and supported. It is for this reason that "The Wilnecote Way" is so important to our ethos.

In 2012 we became a founding member of the Tame Valley Co-operative Learning Trust and a Co-operative Academy. These ventures put our learning community (parents, students and the local community) at the heart of everything we do and will help us to improve the learning of young people collaboratively.

I have been enormously proud to lead Wilnecote since 2006 and to work with young people and families of our community. My ambition is to build on the strengths of the school - the ethos, the achievement of students, the relationships, the opportunities available to young people, the positive outlook, the desire to improve - in order to improve and, ultimately, become outstanding.


Stuart Tonks
Headteacher

News

Fri 22nd July

Wilnecote Students Perform on the Coventry Belgrade Stage

On Wednesday 20th July 2016 twenty students from Wilnecote High School were given the opportunity to perform at The Belgrade Theatre in Coventry. They participated in a project called The Physical Fellowship which included two days of in-school workshops with the performance company Highly Sprung, in which they created a performance about the end of the world.

On performance day students were given workshops by professionals from some of the country’s leading the...

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Tue 19th July

Send My Friend to School

Students from Wilnecote High School have once again joined other schoolchildren from all over the...

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Fri 15th July

The week that was… From radio shows to talent shows and lots in between!

The penultimate week of the school year has certainly not been a quiet one, with a host of events...

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Upcoming Events

August 25th, 2016
GCSE Results
September 7th, 2016
School re-opens