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As the spring term draws to a close it provides an opportune moment to thank all students, parents/carers and staff for their hard work and support of the school over the last term. We have enjoyed so many wonderful events since Christmas, it’s impossible to recount them all here. Needless to say, students have continued to excel and make great progress and the school has taken further steps on our journey from good to great.

The Easter holidays are an exciting time with trips to Switzerland and Germany. Don’t forget, the ski trip to Saas-Fee departs on Good Friday. Students need to be at school for 11.45am and they plan to arrive back at school between 4pm and 7pm on Saturday 11th April. The Historians who are going to Munich will be meeting at school at 4.15am on Tuesday 7th April and are due back around midnight on Friday night, 10th April. We wish all those going abroad a safe and enjoyable trip. Don’t forget you can keep up to date with their progress by following us on twitter - @wmount.

Staff are also running a programme of revision classes for Year 11 students and details can be found here.
As for everyone else, I hope you all have a fantastic break and we look forward to welcoming students back to school at 8.40am on Monday 20th April.

Follow us @wmount to keep up to date.

Jennifer Templar - Headteacher
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