Important and unique opportunity for parents/carers of child(ren) currently considering The Wren School:
Reading Borough Council have advised that you can accept a place at The Wren School AND accept a place at another school for child(ren) starting in September 2015. This means that even before the site of the Wren school is confirmed, you can accept a school place with Wren in complete confidence. Find out more here…
Submitted by admin on Mon, 01/19/2015 - 00:00
We are pleased to announce The Wren School Public Consultation starting with a public meeting at Reading Town Hall on 31st January, with a second meeting on 9 February. Everyone is welcome to come along, share views and meet our new Headteacher.
Submitted by The Headteacher on Sun, 01/11/2015 - 21:32
We're still taking applications for year 6 and 7 children to join The Wren School in September 2015 Apply Here!
I am delighted to be able to take this opportunity to introduce myself to you all. My name is Jo Broadhead, and I’m thrilled to inform you that I have accepted the role as Head Teacher for The Wren School. I’m currently Deputy Head at Little Heath Secondary School in Tilehurst, so some of you may know me or may have heard of me. I will formally take up this role in the New Year, but in the meantime I wanted you to be the first to hear about my appointment.
Mrs Jo Broadhead - Biography
Mrs Jo Broadhead is an established senior leader and teacher having worked in education for over 32 years. She has held senior leadership roles in three mixed comprehensive schools, most recently as Deputy Head at Little Heath Secondary School in Tilehurst, where she has held this position since 1997. Prior to this she was a senior teacher at Ranelagh School in Bracknell for 6 years.