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The Wye Valley School is a co-educational secondary school in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, England. It is a community school, which takes children from the age of 11 through to the age of 18. The school has approximately 760 pupils.
In September 1998 the school was awarded specialist school status as a Sports College, by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES).
Wye Valley offers a range of different opportunities to all pupils including extra curriculum clubs and the chance to get the best results possible to start them off in adulthood. Wye Valley in 2010 has achieved a 77% A*-C grades and managed to start gcse courses early in year nine and already have pupils achieving A and A* in science modules. Wye Valley provides a happy attitude to all pupils making sure that everyone reaches there full potential. Wye Valley have recently succeeded in dance competition Global Rock and have song in the O2. Wye Valley offers a range of different subjects and opportunities for all pupils and with caring and skilled teachers every child cant fail to settle in and find something they are good at. Wye Valley also has specialist areas the ARP and LSD which help pupils with autism and learning difficulties still live a full, normal and active secondary school life.
‘At the Wye Valley School we firmly believe in ‘Achieving Success Together’, where all members of our community are encouraged to develop their potential in a caring and supportive environment.
‘I am delighted to be joining the Wye Valley School at the exciting time in its development: students’ academic performance continues to impress, with the 2010 GCSE results brings the best ever, and the opportunities for our young people to gain a wide range of skills whilst enhancing their personal qualities is excellent preparation for life and fure careers.
‘As a sports college we value the importance of a healthy, active lifestyle as part of a students’ development and additional Applied Learning Specialism enables our students to gain understanding and skills relating to the world of work.’
Jonathan Oliver - Headteacher
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