Headteacher’s Blog

  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 28.04.17

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 28.04.17

    Good afternoon and a belated welcome back. First of all, my humble apologies for not producing a bulletin last week; I returned from the sports tour to South Africa with …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 31.03.17

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 31.03.17

    Good afternoon I’m going to be unusually and particularly brief this afternoon as I have a pressing engagement; more of which shortly.  I am actually typing this at home having …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 24.03.17

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 24.03.17

    Good afternoon and, finally, the sun returns!  Fingers crossed it remains for the weekend and Mothers’ Day, of course, on Sunday.  Mums really are fabulous and (although I rarely say …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 17.03.17

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 17.03.17

    Good afternoon After some glorious weather this week, in time-honoured fashion, it’s just started to pour down in preparation for the weekend.  Depending on your personal views, is this purely …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 10.03.17

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 10.03.17

    Good afternoon First of all, I must apologise for the lack of a bulletin and parent email last Friday; you may have been aware that I was somewhat pre-occupied with …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 24.02.17

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 24.02.17

    Good afternoon Well, I’ve just come in from the cold to make a start on this week’s bulletin as we near the end of Sponsored Walk 2017.  It’s been another …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 10.02.17

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 10.02.17

    Good afternoon Perhaps we might spare a thought, first of all, for the staff and students on the ski trip who finally arrived at their hotel in Vermont a full …
  • Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 03.02.17

    Headteacher Weekly Bulletin 03.02.17

    Good afternoon Every week’s a good week in the magical kingdom that is Wellington School (I don’t know whether I’m more comparable to the Lion, the Tin man, the Scarecrow …