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  • Vyners Magazine

    Published on 19/12/14

    Pleae follow this link to view the Grapevyne in magazine format.

  • Vyners Christmas Video

    Published on 19/12/14

    Please follow this link to view the Christmas Staff video.

  • End of Autumn Term Arrangements

    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.

     

     

     

     

  • The Scholastic Book Fair will take place from Monday 1st - Friday 5th December.

  • 1000 Tin Challenge

    Published on 24/11/14

    Food collection for St Margaret's Church Uxbridge Foodbank.

  • House Drama 2014

    Published on 10/11/14

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  • These are the different activities for the Themed Learning Day for this Friday 24 October 2014.

    Please click on the link below:

    Themed Learning Day Friday 24 Oct 14

     

  • Catering survey open to parents !

    Published on 18/09/14

    Catering survey now open to parents.  Please let us have your views by 24 October 2014.

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