Inset Day Friday 24th May 2019


Welcome
Latest News from The Vyne School
The Vyne Community School is a wonderful school where every student is nurtured and challenged to achieve their full potential.

I am very proud to be the Headteacher at The Vyne, where I and my team strive to always provide the very best education for all our students. As a community school we pride ourselves on being friendly, welcoming and focussed on delivering individual support, advice and guidance to all our students. Every child, whilst part of our school community, is treated as an individual and encouraged to reach their full potential. We think of ourselves as a family, sharing each other’s successes and dealing with challenges together. Our “Vyne Values” embody the attributes we uphold within our school.
Whilst academic success is vitally important for all our students to help enhance their life chances in the future, we believe that school is also about nurturing confident young learners who are resilient, tolerant of others, proud of their own achievements, and determined to be the best they possibly can be. Our dedicated teaching and support staff work tirelessly to help make this happen.
We are very proud of the close relationships we have with the local community and we believe that by working successfully with parents and carers, together we can help create happy, confident and successful young people.
If you would like to come and have a look at what we do, we would be delighted to welcome you and show you around.

Nicola Pearce
Headteacher

Latest Information

Latest eNEWS from the Headtecher - click for more details

Revision Assembly - information for students - click for details

The Vyne School Privacy Notice - sharing of pupil information

Year 11 Parent Information Evening documentation - click for details

Year 10 Parent Information Evening documentation - click for details

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We are overjoyed to say that The Vyne is now a GOOD school! In fact the school was graded 'Good' in all areas

Please click here to see the full Ofsted report

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