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    • Wentworth Music Festival 2019

      Published 11/03/19
      The Wentworth Music Festival 2019 will be held on Saturday June 15th in the grounds of Wentworth Woodhouse.  This year they have over 40 acts across 4 main stages, headlined by Tony Hadley. Read More
    • Key Stage 4 Evening 'Next 3 Years'

      Published 07/03/19
      Our Key Stage 4 'Next 3 Years' Evening was on Thursday 7 March 2019. Read More
    • National Citizens Service

      Published 23/01/19
      Dear Parent/Guardian/Carer, Rotherham United Community Sports Trust’s NCS team have recently been into Y11 to tell them all about a fantastic opportunity that is available to them this summer once their exams are over! Read More
    • School Clubs

      Published 22/01/19
      Our school has a wide range of extra-curricular activities and we encourage all of our students to take part in something that interests them. Attached is a PDF list of some of our clubs. Read More
    • New Student ICT Guide

      Published 19/07/18
      Attached below (in PDF format) is some useful information for new students about using the computers in school. Read More
    • Wath Comprehensive School Privacy Notice

      Published 06/06/18
      As you are probably aware, privacy guidance across Europe changed on the 25th May 2018 with the introduction of General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). At the foot of this article is a PDF download explaining what student information we hold and who we share it with. Read More
    • Music Peri Lesson Fees

      Published 21/11/17
      The downloads are in DOCX format. Read More
    • Free Microsoft Office for Students and Staff

      Published 17/07/15
      Students and staff can use Microsoft Office software at no cost while they study or work at Wath Comprehensive School A Language College on up to 5 devices... Read More

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