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Wyedean School

PRINCIPAL'S WELCOME

Wyedean School provides the very best in terms of quality provision in the area. Our school and sixth form centre are equipped for exceptional learning and our teachers are enthusiastic, experienced and know how to get the best out of our young people. This provision is underpinned by a broad and exciting curriculum offer. We offer an outstanding record of academic excellence in our examination results, together with exceptional guidance and well-being support.

Aspire Together, Achieve Together

Our ethos as a school is based on the development of the whole student to meet the ever-changing challenges and opportunities of a globalised society in the twenty-first century. At Wyedean, everyone has the opportunity to develop their individual talents and aptitudes within and beyond the classroom. Outstanding Teaching and Learning is at the core of our offer and is delivered by dedicated, professional, specialist teachers. Our students have come to expect the highest quality of education.

Our school is a vibrant, caring and supportive community that equips students with the best possible preparation for their future lives. Our students experience learning beyond the classroom in choosing from an extensive range of extra and super-curricular opportunities, including the Duke of Edinburgh Award, Cyber Club, Gospel Choir, the Debating Club to name but a few. These  experiences develop new skills and help our young people to become resilient and flexible and of course form lasting friendships, support academic success and healthy well-being. 

Wyedean School and Sixth Form Centre is rightly recognised as a centre in the South West for academic high standards, aspirations and achievement. We have a strong collaborative relationship where students, staff, parents, and the community have an integral role to play in supporting our students to achieve their potential.

I hope you enjoy exploring our site and learning further about the success and story of Wyedean School.

Aspire together, achieve together

Adfecere pariter, Perfecere pariter

Gwennan Jeremiah 
Principal

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Gwennan Jeremiah
Contact Position
Principal
Telephone
01291 625340
E-mail
headteacher@wyedean.gloucs.sch.uk

Where to go

Address
Wyedean School
Beachley Road
Sedbury
Chepstow
Gloucestershire
Postcode
NP16 7AA

Local Offer

Local Offer Details

When teachers plan their lessons they will think about exactly what your child needs to know and learn, what teaching approaches work best, and what they need to do to overcome any barriers that will stop your child learning.

Subject teachers will plan carefully other ways of overcoming any barriers to learning your child may experience, such as using technology, rather than just relying on a teaching assistant.

Based on the needs of the child the following support/interventions may be used:

Small class sizes
Support staff, under the direction of the class teacher
Small intervention groups for targeted work
Specialist equipment
Specific strategies and guidance for the teacher, aimed at overcoming your child’s barriers to learning
Homework support
Mentoring (peer and adult)
Use of Learning Support during ‘free time’
1:1 interventions with qualified teaching staff

For children with an EHC plan

As above but to also include:

Detailed transition programme
Key Worker
Access to targeted careers support

 

Contact Name
Ms Cari Sullivan
Contact Telephone
01291 625340
Contact Email
headteacher@wyedean.gloucs.sch.uk
Links to further SEND information
Wyedean School SEN Information Report
SEN Provision Type
Universal

SEND Local Offer Form  

Who is your service for?
Universal
Local Offer Age Bands
11-16 (Secondary School)
16-18 (Transitions into Adulthood)
Describe any training or experience you/your staff, have had or are having in issues around SEND?

Dedicated Inset for support staff will be focused on whole school development areas; our areas of development for 2015-2016 are:

 Marking and feedback

 Questioning of students

 The role of prompts, readers and scribes

 Independent Learning

 Speech and Language Interventions

Teaching staff will receive regular training and opportunities for learning through Inset, briefings and Advisory Teacher input. Parents are offered the opportunity to speak with teachers to aid their understanding of their child’s needs and in some cases (in particular students who have a physical disability) will be encouraged to offer training themselves.

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