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Year 11

The Grange Festival

This Spring The Grange Festival have continued their inspirational collaboration with WWF, this time focusing on food sustainability, examining how we produce, eat and often waste our food. Essential to our everyday life, do we consider the effect that our food consumption has on our planet? We were shocked to learn over a third of our food is wasted.
The Grange Festival's creative teams and students from our partner Basingstoke schools debated and discussed how we could improve our eating habits. They responded and expressed their thoughts by writing their own text, composing music to create their own, original songs to represent their opinions.

Vyne CCF Cadet becomes Lord-Lieutenant's Cadet

Congratulations to Cadet Sergeant S. Nicklen from the RAF Section of the Vyne School CCF on being appointed as the Lord-Lieutenant's CCF Cadet for 2021-2022.

Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenants are the personal representatives of the Crown for each county in the UK. They are responsible for the organisation of all official Royal visits to their county and presenting certain decorations and awards on behalf of The Queen.

Each year the Lord-Lieutenant appoints a number of cadets, one from the Combined Cadet Force and each of the community cadet forces to support them on official engagements during the year. The appointment marks the achievement of outstanding service by an individual to the Cadet movement. They are awarded a certificate and a badge they are entitled to wear when they are in uniform.


Collaboration with WWF

This summer, Learning@TheGrange, in collaboration with WWF, has given a voice to nearly 250 young people aged seven to 23 years, to express their hopes for a sustainable future.

Through interactive workshops guided by exceptional creative professionals, groups from ten schools and educational institutions discussed and debated different global landscapes from the Amazon Rainforest to our Ancient Woodlands here in the UK. They examined WWF’s scientific truths, explored the steps that countries and individuals need to take to drive transformative change and developed a vision for the future.

In responding, they were encouraged to dig deep into their imaginations. They wrote text, composed music and choreographed dance to represent how they want life to be on our living planet. Their songs were filmed and illustrated with WWF footage.

These films are intended to be shown at a number of global conferences, including COP26 in November, to drive conversations about how to sustain life on Earth.

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 PearceHeadteacher