WE BELIEVE IN COMMUNITY
Our work reflects the role of a school in a small town, celebrating the people, our shared history and improving life chances in every home we serve.
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A KNOWLEDGE-RICH CURRICULUM
We follow a knowledge-rich curriculum, structured by traditional subjects, to ensure systematic and thorough teaching for all.
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READING IS CRITICAL
We believe it is critical that our students’ are confident, competent readers. We value our students’ reading, vocabulary and fluency in both speech and the written word, to give them confidence in the world.
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ATMOSPHERE, IDENTIFY, RESPECT (AIR)
We need to ensure that we create and facilitate a positive but challenging learning atmosphere that is calm and orderly at all times. A key element of these high expectations is students’ uniform and their consistent identity as part of our community. We insist that all students show respect to others. The three core principles of atmosphere, identity and respect demonstrate our positive culture at Wayland Academy.
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SCHOLARSHIP IS EMPOWERING
We promote a love of subject as a pathway to greater knowledge, Understanding and enrichment, and to promote the broadest range of opportunities.
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Welcome from the

Principal

Wayland Academy (formerly Wayland Community High School) is a mixed secondary school located in Watton in the English county of Norfolk. Wayland Academy is designed with long term learning in mind, students should be able to take what they learn into adulthood and use it to provide them with opportunities to succeed in life...
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Attainment

37%

9-5 in English & maths 2019

55%

9-4 in English & maths 2019

52%

9-5 maths results 2019

44%

9-5 English results 2019

House Points

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8895

Nelson

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Macmillan

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School
Ambassadors

Jacob
Jacob

Jacob

Former Head Boy

Jacob is a former Head Boy at Wayland academy, he graduated with the class of 2011.
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