Over the past few weeks we have been receiving letters of thanks for our musical groups and the events they have been attending.
Luke Johnson from Music for Youth wrote "I wanted to write to thank you so much for bringing Wardle High School Brass Band to the Schools Prom. It was such a privilege to be able to hear them perform as part of the Schools Prom. They're a fine band and we've had so many positive comments about their performance. In addition to the brilliant Dimension, the Lost Chord was absolutely incredible and probably the highlight of the Schools Proms for me. Thanks for taking on the challenge of collaborating with Ysgol Dinas Bran Male Ensemble and delivering it in such a spectacular fashion. Well Done!"
Michelle Hall, Deputy Election, Civic & Ceremonial Manager wrote "Thank you and all the members of the band for your participation in the Remembrance Day Service and Parade on Sunday 13th November 2011. The band led the Parade in fine style and the young musicians are a credit to our Borough, their parents and their teachers at Wardle High School."
"I would also like to thank the group of youngsters who came to the Cenotaph on Friday 11th to play in the short service; again they played wonderfully and with such emotion."
At Wardle High School we have a strong tradition in the performing arts, but particularly in brass band music.
We provide instrumental teaching for every pupil who wants it, be it string, woodwind, percussion or brass.
We are very proud of our musical groups and would like to thank them for their hard work and the excellent standard of music they continuously provide.
Wardle Goes Social!
Wardle now has its own Facebook and Twitter page. This means that it is now easier for us to share school achievements and to share messages such as training days and snow days.
Please click on the links below to access and follow these pages.
Latest Results for Year 7 Netball Fixtures:
-Away at Oulder Hill Lost 3-5 Woman of the match Chloe
-Home to St. Cuthberts Lost 6-1 Woman of the match Olivia Wilkinson
-Home to Holy Family Won 7-1 Woman of the match Olivia Krogulski
-Away at Middleton Technology Won 8-2 Woman of the match Megan Deacon
Adam Kutereba SDR Fund
We are currently holding a wristband sale within school for Adam Kutereba's SDR Fund.
Adam Kutereba is a 9 year old boy who has been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.
Adam has been accepted for an operation in America but needs £60,000 for this to become a reality.
The Junior Leadership Team will be selling wrist bands to purchase for £1.
All proceeds will be donated to the Adam Kutereba Fund
Help us help our students and raise funds for school rewards
We have teamed up with the fundraising website 'easyfundraising' to help us raise funds for the school rewards scheme. We would like to ask whether you would consider supporting us by using this fantastic new site.
The way if works is simple. All you have to do is use the links provided on the easyfundraising site whenever you shop online, and at no extra cost to you, we'll receive a free donation of up to 15% from every purchase you make! Click here for instructions on how to register with easyfundraising.
You still shop as normal and there are over 2000 well known retailers to shop with, including Argos, Next, Amazon, Boots, M&S, Tesco and many more. You can book holidays and flights, make DIY purchases, buy insurance, electrical items and lots more.
You can even raise funds by making business purchases such as computer equipment from DELL, PC World, Apple or HP or stationery from Staples and Viking. Click here for an A-Z list of Retailers.
You can also support us by searching online with easysearch, a new charity search engine where our school will raise funds when you search the web. Use easysearch instead of Google or any other search engine and you could raise around £20.00 a year by searching just 10 times a day.
And just like easyfundraising, easysearch is completely free for you to use!
Please support us by shopping online with easyfundraising