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Come and meet our Sixth Form staff and students and discover what it’s like to spend your college years at St Wilfrid’s!
We’re excited to host you for our annual Sixth Form Open Evening event and look forward to welcoming you into our fabulous purpose-built facilities. Our staff and students will be on-hand to show you around and answer any questions you may have. You’ll have the opportunity to speak to subject specialists and hear a short presentation from our Sixth Form leadership team.
The event will kick off at 5pm this year and the main presentation will take place a number of times throughout the evening. We encourage you to arrive early.
Thank you for the support you have shown towards the 1:1 iPad scheme. I am pleased to inform you that the distribution of the devices will take place during the early evening of Thursday 7th November.
You will be able to collect your iPads between 4.30 – 6:30pm.
To ensure the collection process is secure and efficient, it is essential that appropriate photo identification is shown. Without this and the retainer payment, the process is incomplete meaning that the device cannot leave the Academy. If you have not yet paid the retainer payment, you can do so on ParentPay.
At least one form of ID from each section stated below must be produced on collection of the device.
|Photographic ID||Proof of Address |
(dated in the last 3 months)
Current Driving License – photo card with counterpart
Birth Certificate – issued at time of birth
Biometric residence permit
HM Forces ID card
|Bank or building society statement |
Credit card statement
P45 or P60 statement
Council Tax statement
Benefit statement, eg Child Benefit, Pension
Utility bill (not a mobile phone bill)
Before leaving the Academy, you will also be asked to watch a short e-safety video to help keep your children safe online at home.
If you have any queries, do not hesitate to contact the Academy.
Mr N Ashman