A Message from Mr Holden
It has been a busy two weeks at Wyvern, especially for parents, as many of you have taken time out of your busy schedules to attend information sessions for THRASS and Big Write (our whole school literacy approaches) as well as this week’s Parent Teacher meetings. We really appreciate your commitment to such events.
In our busy school we rely on a range of communication tools to ensure that there is clarity around events, activities and, most importantly, the learning that your sons are undertaking in their lessons. Our primary communication tool is Spaces. Whilst there may be information shared on various informal social media platforms organised by parents, the official (and reliable) source of information is via Spaces. I respectfully remind parents who chose to use unofficial social media platforms that it is not appropriate or helpful to other parents to use such channels to pass negative comment about the school community, not least because it is impossible for a solution to be sought. We continually seek to improve all areas of our school offerings and place a high value on parent feedback via the appropriate channels. For further information please click here for the Home School Communication Policy.
Tomorrow we celebrate International Women’s Day. Class teachers will remind their students that it is a special day to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities. It is important at Wyvern that we take time to recognise such mighty achievements as well as to advocate and to promote equal rights for woman both in our country and internationally.
Head of Wyvern House