Vyners News Items
- Published on 21/05/15
Attached are details for the Year 11 ad 6th Form halt-term revision sessions which will be held between Tuesday 26 May and Friday 29 May 2015.
- Published on 15/04/15
Please follow this link to download an ESafety Guide for Parents and Students.
- Published on 27/03/15
Keeping on top of online trends can be a challenge. It is important for parents and guardians to stay as up-to-date as possible, particularly in light of today's very real cyberbullying, sexting and grooming threats. The following guide outlines current popular apps which your child may have access to online.
- Published on 17/03/15
- Published on 04/02/15
Please follow this link for more information about the Vyners 3 Peaks Challenge.
- Published on 20/01/15
Please click on this link for more information about the Parent Workshop/Learning Programme.
- Published on 19/12/14
Pleae follow this link to view the Grapevyne in magazine format.
- Published on 19/12/14
Please follow this link to view the Christmas Staff video.
- Published on 16/12/14
All parents are asked to note the following arrangements for the end of the Autumn Term and start of the Spring Term:
Friday 19th December
Non-Uniform day. Students pay £1 to wear their own clothes, with all proceeds donated to charity.
Students will attend lesson 1 as normal then will have some extended tutor time, followed by a festive whole school assembly. Break will be at the normal time. Please note that there will be no lunch service in school.
Students will be dismissed at 12.25pm.
Monday 5 January 2015
A level Exam week - no year 12 or 13 lessons.
All other students should return to school at the usual time. The timetable will operate as normal.
Vyners School wishes all its parents and carers a Happy Christmas and looks forward to seeing all its students back safe and well after the holidays.
- Published on 25/11/14
The Scholastic Book Fair will take place from Monday 1st - Friday 5th December.
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