Scam Alert from the Department of Education

We have been alerted by the Department for Education that some parents/carers have received an email stating: ‘As schools will be closing, if you’re entitled to free school meals, please send your bank details and we’ll… Read More

Coronavirus Guidance News

Ted Wragg Multi Academy Trust has been keeping up to date with latest government advice regarding Coronavirus. Currently there are very few cases in the UK, and the government assess therefore that the risk to… Read More

St Luke's Church of England School joins the Ted Wragg Trust

  St Luke’s Church of England School has formally joined the Ted Wragg Educational Trust. The Trust was formed in 2010 with the aim of creating an outstanding educational experience for all of Exeter’s children and St… Read More

Congratulations to Exwick Heights!

The Trust are delighted to share the fantastic news that at the end of last term Exwick Heights choir won Radio Devon's Star at Christmas competition. The children in the choir did so incredibly well and… Read More

St James School - Foreign Language Spelling Bee Success

The Foreign Language Spelling Bee is a national competition for students in Year 7 (aged 11) who are learning a foreign language to practise and improve their vocabulary, spelling, pronunciation and memory skills in the… Read More

Grenville House Day 2!

Sunshine again, another scorcher! We had another amazing day of activities. Canoeing, kayaking and climbing the high ropes, with hand-made sandwich lunch to break up the day. There was much excitement every time somebody chose the… Read More

Grenville House – Day One!

The Grenville Residential starts today! We arrived after a short coach journey just in time for a tour of the facilities and the dos and don’ts of Grenville life! Laughter and merriment ensued as most of… Read More

Key Stage 4 Awards Evening – Years 9 and 10

On Thursday 27th June we celebrated Key Stage Four Award’s Evening for pupils in Year 9 and 10. The evening started with a performance of ‘When I Grow Up’ from the musical Matilda. We were… Read More

Furry Friday!

To support our chosen charity as voted for by the school council (the RSPCA), we have raised money by donating £1 to dress up in our best animal gear for Furry Friday. The range of… Read More

In the jungle

In the Jungle Although it has been a very busy week we have still had time to explore ‘the jungle’; discovering what the climate is like and the wildlife there. We used the poetry book ‘Rumble… Read More