The College aims to provide the best state education in England within an inclusive and caring boarding community to which all are proud to belong. We expect students to work hard, to maintain high standards of personal presentation and behaviour and to demonstrate respect for others within the College, in the local community and further afield. We encourage students to match their academic attainment with personal integrity, physical fitness, aesthetic sensitivity, emotional maturity and an open approach to spirituality based on broadly Christian values. We are committed to working with other schools and organisations for mutual benefit and to promote the achievement and welfare of children generally. We strive to adopt best practice in consulting members of staff and in promoting their interests as employees. We use resources prudently and efficiently to further the aims of the College, whilst meeting our responsibilities to minimise the environmental impact of our activities. We welcome the involvement of parents and carers in the education of students.Above all, Wymondham College seeks to be a place where wisdom may flourish.
Congratulations to the nine students who successfully passed their RLSS National Pool Lifeguard Qualification (NPLQ) during the Easter holidays.
Mair Cup 2014
The Lion: Spring Term Newsletter
Combat Cadet Weekend Challenge
Norfolk County Council and Wymondham College work together to support the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme and provide opportunities for young people aged 14-24.
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