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Wildern Academy Trust
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Vacancies for Members, Trustees and Local Governors.

Wildern Academy Trust has governance vacancies for Members, Trustees and Local Governors. Members oversee the strategic actions of Trustees who in turn oversee Local Governors in each school, each have a responsibility to support the leadership team in each school to achieve its aims. An interest in education and in the community is essential as is the willingness to undertake training to understand governance in the Trust. In particular, it is desirable that Trustees have business and/or finance skills. These current vacancies are not open to parents or carers of pupils/students in the school. If you are interested and meet these requirements please contact the Clerk to the Trust Board, Annette Towgood at

Summer 2022 Message

Dear Parent/Guardian

As we drawn to the end of another year a short letter from me to extend my personal thanks to all our parents for their ongoing support and involvement with all our schools this year. As I alluded to in my awards evening speech it has been a challenging year that has tested all of our resolve. COVID was clearly our biggest challenge and I do not think any of the headteachers believed it would present the challenges it had in the previous year. Sadly it did but they met it head on and managed it with total professionalism and resilience, at times not sure how they were going to staff their schools. So many of you acknowledged that over the year with your emails of support in everything the schools did to remain open and function as normal as possible. While COVID numbers have gone up again this term it has had less impact, it has been the high temperatures that have tested in the last few weeks!
All our schools are full for next year with Boorley moving into its fourth year with two new classes in Reception, Deer Park moves to year two and Wildern enters its 90th year! Various events have happened at all schools from dance showcases, awards celebrations and summer fayres, quite a variety that reflects the culture and ethos of all three schools. All have their own unique qualities with some common principles shared across the trust, all of which are linked to do the best for the children in our community.
On behalf of all my colleagues’ thank you all for your continued support and reflections, they help to guide what we do and adapt as we sometimes need to. Parent and student voice is important to us to ensure that our provision successfully serves our large community. Our ambition on growing the trust as you all know is to ensure we had great schools providing quality learning and opportunities.
We look forward to working with you again closely next term and I wish you all a lovely summer wherever it takes you.
My sincere thanks to you all.
Yours faithfully

Miss M L Litton
Executive Headteacher

OFSTED Inspection Wildern School

Today we had our Ofsted call which we have been waiting for since Jan. We are looking forward to showing the Inspectors how wonderful our students (your children) are & showcasing the work that we do together as a community

Further Information has been emailed to all Wildern School parents

Spring Message from Miss Litton

Dear Parent/Guardian

As another term draws to a close we find ourselves moving towards lighter days and better weather with at last a journey to work in the daylight. This term, as always, has been full with much happening across all three of our schools. While we have continued, like so many schools, to be hit by the ongoing challenges of COVID we have endeavored to operate across the Trust as normal. It has been a challenge and on behalf of all three headteachers I thank you for your support and understanding when classes have had to be collapsed, some students having to work remotely or indeed have a different teacher. The resilience shown by students, staff and indeed parents is testament to the community we are part of, although I am sure we are all feeling rather worn down by it now. Two lockdowns has taken its toll on all of us, especially the youngsters but with all of our support they will continue to thrive and make progress, of that I am sure.

Boorley Park has now been open three years and next year we see our first Year of Key Stage 2 begin and we finally move to using some of the upstairs classrooms. As the school grows so has the staffing body and I am delighted to confirm that the school is fully staffed for September. Some of the colleagues have been training at the school and are excited about taking up their first teaching post with us. Mrs Ozanne has been appointed as Assistant Headteacher and will work with Mrs Sillars in supporting the work and vision for the school.

Deer Park, which only opened in September with 124 children, welcomes five more classes in September. We have a small but fabulous group of teachers who have worked tirelessly this year to create a wonderful learning environment for the students. Mr Jones, currently Deputy Headteacher, moves into the Headteacher post in the summer term which will then enable me to return to me Executive Head role, basing myself back at Wildern some of the week and the other schools for the remainder. It is genuinely a thrill to work with such gifted Headteachers who work so hard for the children in their care. Deer Park is virtually fully staffed for next year and thanks must go to our Wildern colleagues who have come and taught at Deer Park this year, we could not have done it without them. While some will still support us a little next year, by year 3 the school will be independently staffed. Like Boorley we have recruited some excellent teachers who we look forward to welcoming in September.

Wildern continues to thrive as another cohort moves towards their final term and examinations. All credit must go to the Year 11 students whose commitment to their studies despite the challenges of the last few years has been unwavering, we are very proud of them as I am sure you are. Again Wildern is full next year and remains oversubscribed as has been the pattern for over twenty years. Adding a second school has certainly helped alleviate some of that pressure and ensure that all in catchment children have secured a place at their local schools. As many of you know this has not always been the case. Wildern always attracts great teachers and is fully staffed for the coming year. In typical Wildern style the students and staff have embraced their charity work, which in such dark times internationally their generosity is amazing. We are not living in easy times but still bags of goods were brought in to support the Ukrainian appeal, just one example. This selfless approach typifies our children and families.

To conclude our family of three schools continue to thrive, despite the challenges. My sincere thanks as always to all of you for your continued support and patience’s at times. I wish you all a restful Easter when it arrives and hope the sun continues to shine.

Yours faithfully

Miss M L Litton

Executive Headteacher


Consultation Outcome
Trust News

A meeting was held by the Wildern Academy Trust on 14th February 2022 to discuss the outcomes of the recent consultation to make changes to Boorley Park School admissions arrangements. During the meeting The Wildern Academy Trust approved the following admissions arrangements changes which will come into effect from September 2023.

Xmas Message 2021
Trust News

Dear Parent\Guardian

When putting up the Christmas tree this weekend it was hard to believe how quickly it has come around again. It has been another turbulent year for us all since the stresses of last Christmas, which saw many of us unable to see our families and friends. Let us hope that despite the new challenges of Omicron - things will be different for all of us this year in a positive way.

It was good to see Deer Park open on time in September and that for both Wildern and Boorley Park some normality returned with the removal of bubbles and a general return to school as we know it. We had successful Open Evenings for all three schools which were well attended and we hope gave an insight into the life and educational offer across all our schools. We saw our major school production at Wildern again and in the remaining couple of weeks our Dance Showcase, Christmas Concert and Nativity plays.

There have, of course, been several challenges. In particular for Wildern with the biggest student population, Covid and general winter illness has certainly taken its toll in a way that has not hit Deer Park and Boorley Park. All credit to my colleagues at Wildern for digging deep when absence of both students and staff have been a real challenge. Your patience and understanding has been a huge support when challenging and difficult decisions have had to be made. All credit to Mrs Oakley and the team in managing this and limiting the disruption as much as they can, here’s hoping for a better January. Thank you to all our parents for supporting the new measures across all our schools regarding the wearing of masks, I know we had all hoped that those days were behind us, if however, it helps to keep us safe it will be worth it.

The context of our three schools does vary; with one very established and two new and growing. However, the values and principles remain consistent across all three. Our relationship with our parents is critical and I thank you for your ongoing support and the kind messages we receive each day thanking colleagues for the job they continue to do despite the challenges.

I wish you all a restful and positive Christmas break when it arrives. Keep safe and enjoy time with your families.

Miss Litton

Deer Park School official opening
Deer Park

Deer Park School, the new state of the art secondary school in Hedge End, which opened its doors to its first pupils last month  September 2021), has hosted a grand opening to introduce its facilities to the local community.

At the event held on Thursday, 14 October 2021, the school was officially opened by The Mayor of Eastleigh, Cynthia Garton. Other guests at the opening, hosted by Executive Head Teacher, Marie Lou Litton, included: Hampshire County Council Leader, Councillor Keith Mans; County Council Executive Lead Member for Children’s Services, Councillor Roz Chadd; and representatives from the Department for Education (DfE).

The £21.2 million Deer Park School is part of the Wildern Academy Trust, funded by the DfE as part of its National Free Schools Programme. The school has been built on land owned by Hampshire County Council and designed by the County Council’s award-winning Property Services Team, with environmental friendliness in mind.

Contractors Kier led the construction of the main building and an adjacent sports hall with capacity for 1,050 students. The three-storey main building boasts a central triple-height atrium, 46 ‘digitally rich’ classrooms, a learning resource centre, science laboratories, art rooms, design and technology facilities and a music and drama space. The two-storey sports hall features a four-court main hall, a multi-use activity studio, and changing facilities.

Additional and extensive sports facilities for both the school and local community to use are also being developed, thanks to a joint investment of a further £2.4 million by Hampshire County Council and Eastleigh Borough Council. Pupils and local residents can look forward to several grassed sports pitches, including a 400 metre running track, a synthetic turf pitch, and a multi-use games area with three netball courts and floodlighting.

The design of the school’s buildings includes a number of significant environmental features to help reduce running costs and carbon consumption, such as:

• a solar photovoltaic array on the roof to harness solar power
• a rainwater harvesting system serving the toilet-flushing system, together with low water consumption taps and toilets
• ample covered cycle stores to encourage pupils to cycle to school, complemented by safer routes to school infrastructure.

Deer Park School Executive Head Teacher, Marie Lou Litton, said: “We have started with our first cohort of 124 Year 7 students. It is a truly wonderful learning environment that we know will continue to evolve and thrive year on year as new groups of students join us.”

Councillor Roz Chadd, Executive Lead Member for Children’s Services, said: “I am very excited to see Deer Park come to life as a school and recreation space for families settling into new homes which have been, and are being, built in the area. Schools should always be at the heart of a community, and this is even more important when a new village is evolving. Our property design team have done a fantastic job of visualising a sustainable school to become a backdrop to learning for many years to come. Our investment in community sporting facilities and through supporting the employment of local construction trainees onsite means that the benefits of Deer Park go beyond the school itself and help to further embed it into the Woodhouse Meadows neighbourhood.”

Summer message from Miss Litton
Trust News

Dear Parents/Guardians

What a year it has been! My last letter saw us in the middle of the COVID crisis and while it still remains a concern for us all we do appear to be moving to a better place thanks to the vaccination programme and measures we have implemented. While this is something that will be around for some time to come we appear to be moving in the right direction and can only hope that the governments roadmap is a reality as planned. Certainly the track and trace practice and children having to isolate is something we would all like to see as part of the past and not our future moving forward.

At both Boorley and Wildern staff, parents and students have worked together to ensure life in schools is as normal as it can be. Year R and Year one continue to play and learn together with the same enthusiasm and energy as ever, it is a joy to experience and trust me on a low day is the best therapy any one could have. At Wildern the students have managed well in the new world of year zones which we have all found frustrating and restrictive but well done to all of them for supporting this regime, let us hope that these can be removed as we move forward, fingers crossed the guidance will support that. The intermingling of all year groups together is such an important part of secondary school life and we have all missed it.

Deer Park is progressing well and will be officially handed to us on the 12th July. During the summer the ICT and loose furniture will be installed ready for our first cohort of year 7 in September. This is an exciting time for the Trust but also the community where we are able at long last to offer the youngsters in our catchment a place at two great secondary schools. While road and housing developments will continue around us the school is fantastic and like Wildern and Boorley will offer a great education for our children built on the principles of Care, Opportunity and Quality.

My role as the Executive Head continues across all three schools although in the interim I will be the Headteacher at Deer Park until we appoint a permanent Headteacher within the first year. I have a fabulous team of colleagues at the school which includes three senior leaders Mr Jones Deputy Head, Mr Hastings and Mrs Dixon Assistant Headteacher, all of whom I have worked with before. During this time I will still visit Boorley as I do now and divide my time between Deer Park and Wildern, the proximity of both schools lends itself to that nicely. My role of working with both Mrs Oakley and Mrs Sillars remains the same, I am very fortunate to work with such amazing leaders. My thanks must also go to all our volunteers who supported the student testing when we returned after lockdown. This was a huge undertaking with such large numbers of students and staff, all those who supported this were incredible in guiding the students and staff through this process.

The last 18 months I know has tested us all. We will have learnt about each other and indeed ourselves and I am sure found an inner strength we did not know we had. In my final letter to you this year thank you all for your unfailing support, patients and understanding. Wishing you all hopefully some form of break over the summer and I look forward to working with you all again from September.

Yours faithfully


Miss M L Litton

Welcome Letters 2021
Deer Park

Welcome letters for all Year 6 Parents joining either Wildern School or Deer Park School in September 2021 were posted home on the 17th March 2021.

Both letters contain a link to a data collection form to be completed asap

Tree Planting December 2020
Wildern School

On Wednesday year group bubbles from the eco group planted 27 saplings around the Wildern School site to help boost our ecosystems and improve biodiversity at Wildern.  Thank you to the Woodland Trust and some late additions donated from Borley Park.  The students had wonderful enthusiasm and have left a legacy at Wildern for generations to come.  

December Trust Letter from Miss Litton
Trust News

Dear Parents and Students,

My last letter of 2020, a year that most of us will be glad to see behind us I am sure. While many of the things we regularly love to see during this term from main school productions, Christmas concerts and nativity plays have sadly been put on hold, where possible we have endeavoured to do remote events which have added some normality to our term even if a little different. At Boorley Park during my last visit I heard the children practicing Christmas songs and I know at Wildern a remote concert is being planned with rehearsals under way. While our world may be far from normal we are continuing to add some sparkle in the build up to Christmas. It is lovely to see the Christmas trees being decorated at Boorley Park with the students’ own home made decorations, very impressive especially the purple dragon. Our thanks to all of the kind companies who have donated trees to both our schools, more than one.

From my perspective the energy we gain from the students in school has been welcome and when walking around both schools the children’s world continues to move forward with productive learning across all phases. For some of our students we know this has been sadly interrupted with periods of isolation, but we are thankful that unlike many local schools we have had very few identified cases of Covid. Remote learning, while far from ideal, has supported those youngsters affected and my thanks must go to all colleagues who while delivering in class lessons are also setting work for students at home. I am sure all our staff and students would agree they have learnt even more new IT skills over the last ten months.

These continue to be anxious times for all of us, students, staff and parents as we manage learning and work combined with the worry for our own families. The supportive culture across both schools has been amazing and my thanks to everyone for their unfailing commitment, positive feedback and general ‘let’s get on with it attitude’. Community spirit in such times is undoubtedly at its best. I am, like all of us, looking forward to the day I can walk around each school without a mask and send a smile to staff and students that can be seen.

If you have driven down Woodhouse Lane recently you will see that the new school, Deer Park, is developing at pace. Our regular meetings confirm that the project remains on track for completion this summer with our first cohort of children starting in September 2021. Much work is going on behind the scenes in preparation for that, with recruitment of key staff in between deciding on furniture, new equipment and colour schemes. I will look forward to sharing more details in the New Year when we also hope to launch the new website and social media updates.

For now, as we move into the final weeks of the term, I would like to thank you as always for your support and I wish you all a restful and safe Christmas with your families.

Yours faithfully

Miss M L Litton

Executive Headteacher

Boorley Open Evening Presentation
Boorley Park

With the COVID19 guidelines in place, we know that we cannot safely provide you with the traditional Open Evening this year. Instead, we are planning to do this remotely; designed to try and bring you as many of the elements from that evening to you at home, allowing your child and you to explore and experience life at Boorley.

We are hoping that this evening and subsequent information will provide you and your child with a flavour of what Boorley has to offer, the support we provide as well as the learning opportunities. We want you to be able to hear from our pupils about how they feel about their school too.

Below you will find a presentation from the Executive Headteacher, Miss Litton and the Headteacher, Mrs Sillars, alongside a virtual tour of the school. A copy of the presentation, our prospectus and pictures of inside the school are also at the bottom of this page.

More Information click here

Deer Park Uniform
Deer Park

Please find examples of the new uniform for Deer Park School

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Hamble/Wildern Catchment Proposal
Wildern School

Please the attached map from Hampshire County Council

Deer Park Open Evening Information
Deer Park

Please see the attached Open Evening Flyer: We will be filming the first presentation which will be available to view here if you are unable to attend an Open Evening.

Click here for the Open Day 2020 slides

Deer Park FAQ Page Click here

Wildern School Prospectus
Wildern School


Click here for the Wildern School Prospectus

Wildern is a special place where we all believe in the same ethos, values and principles. There is warmth at Wildern that you cannot fail to notice as you walk around, despite our large size.

Care is high on our list of priorities. To us this means respecting community values like honesty, integrity and concern for others in an ever-changing world; so at Wildern we are there to support, guide and care to help our students make the right decisions. We ensure that our students feel safe, understood and are valued as individuals.

Application Process Letter
Trust News

7 September 2020

Dear Parent/Guardian

I hope that the return to school for your son or daughter has gone smoothly and they are settling confidently back into school life and their final year at primary school. While there is still an exciting year ahead I write to you today about next year and the start of their secondary education. As you will no doubt be aware it is at this time of the year that schools hold their annual open day and evening events so that parents and students can make the preference for their new school.

In our locality this year there will be two schools serving the local community, Wildern and Deer Park. The purpose of this letter is to explain how, under the current COVID restrictions, the open day and evening events will take place and remind you of the application process.

The Application Process:

The new Deer Park Secondary School, run by Wildern Academy Trust, is opening in September 2021. In the first year of opening new schools usually organise their first admissions intake outside the main co-ordinated process organised by the local authority. There are a set of unique circumstances developing in Hedge End, where the second school is due to open its doors to its first intake in September and both schools are part of the same Trust with its outstanding history of providing secondary phase education for children in Hedge End. We are pleased that the Department for Education have agreed that applications for the new school will be processed as part of the usual process for children moving from primary to secondary school. There will be no requirement for parents to go through two application processes, one for Wildern and one for Deer Park. The following information will help you as you consider secondary places for your child now that Hedge End will have two secondary schools.  

How to apply for a secondary school place

To apply for your child’s secondary school place in September 2021, you must apply through your home local authority. For Hampshire residents, you can apply from 14 September either online via the Hampshire County Council website or by using a paper form, available on request from the school. Full guidance about the application process is also available on the website


Non Hampshire residents should contact their home local authority for an application. The national closing date for applications is 31 October 2020.

Choosing your preferences

This year, Hampshire parents are allowed to name up to 4 schools on their application, in order of preference. Parents of children living within the catchment area of both Deer Park and Wildern School (the schools apply the same catchment area in their admissions policies) are strongly encouraged to name both schools on the application. Where more than one of your preferred schools can offer, the highest named preference will be allocated. If only one school is named and you are unsuccessful in gaining a place, and the other local school fills from on-time application, your child could be allocated a school some distance away. Naming both schools will give your child the best chance of receiving a local school place offer

Open Evenings:

Wildern School:

We will be running a remote evening for Wildern. This will include a pre-recorded welcome presentation from myself and Mrs Oakley Headteacher, a copy of the presentation slides and a virtual tour of the school as well as some additional information about the school. This will go live on 30th September 7pm. We will regrettably not be able to hold an open morning or evening this year due to the COVID restrictions. We hope the presentation will cover the main questions along with the new Deer Park Secondary School.

Deer Park:

Deer Park is brand new and the building will not be handed to us until the summer of next year so we will not be able to provide a tour at this stage. However, we do feel as we are not an established school we would like to hold some face to face open evenings with prospective parents. The school will be opening in the first year only to Year 7 and so the events will be for Year 6 parents only. We will be holding these over five nights in order to accommodate as many parents as we can, following social distancing rules. The evenings will be held between 6pm and 7pm at our Boorley Park Primary School. The flyer in the prospectus explains how a place can be booked for one of the evenings.

This is a very exciting time for the Trust and having provided high quality education in the local area for many years we are delighted that having an additional new school will support and accommodate all the youngsters within our community. We look forward to welcoming you either virtually for Wildern or face to face for Deer Park. We do appreciate there may be questions regarding both schools and on the Wildern Website there will be Frequently Asked Questions.  For Wildern FAQ please visit and for Deer Park FAQ please contact us at

Yours faithfully

Miss M L Litton

Executive Headteacher

Deer Park Prospectus
Deer Park

I am delighted to introduce you to Deer Park, a new secondary
school in your local community. I have had the privilege of
being involved in each stage of the school’s development:
from early design drawings; to the first spade in the ground; to
the fit out and formal opening. This involvement has enabled
me to look at each aspect of student learning, from room
layouts to specialist facilities.

Deer Park will offer outstanding learning for all students.
We will build positive relationships and a culture focused on
achievement and success within a new environment, where
each individual will grow and flourish. The teachers and
leadership team are excited about the journey ahead and we
are looking forward to welcoming our first year group.

End of Term Message from Miss Litton
Trust News

20th July 2020

Dear Parents and Students

Well what a four months it has been for us all, with many challenges we were not prepared for. As we move to the end of this academic year, I wanted to write to extend my sincere thanks on behalf of both our schools and staff for your patience, understanding, unfailing support and feedback. That has helped us all enormously to find our way through this, often finding ourselves having to respond quickly to new guidelines and expectations. Did we get it right all of the time for everyone, possibly not, but I know that both schools have done their very best.

We are in no doubt that this has been challenging for all of you, parents and students alike. I suspect in many ways we have learnt a lot about ourselves and found that we can do things differently when we have to and indeed an inner strength that we perhaps didn’t know we had. I genuinely hope we can now move forward again and return to some form of normality.

Prior to receiving my final letter, you will have had updates from both Mrs Oakley and Mrs Sillars about our plans for September. Clearly, we remain hopeful that things continue to improve and some of what we have planned may not even be necessary, either way we will be ready and excited about welcoming back all our students. A lot of planning and preparation has gone into our plans so that you, the children and our colleagues are confident to return. We believe the sooner we can get back to normal routines and work patterns the better for all of us.

We fully recognise that there will be some anxieties, that is inevitable after such a long period of absence, but I am confident we will all get back into our school day routine. We will of course do all we can to allay any fears and support our youngsters and staff on their return.

The end of formal school for Year 11 was less than satisfactory but we were determined to arrange a proper farewell, which again Mrs Oakley has outlined in her letter to you. Certainly, unlike many schools we were determined to do this properly so rain or shine we will all look forward to the 19th August.

To conclude I genuinely hope that none of you have been touched by this terrible virus and that you remain healthy and safe with some form of holiday, even if just in this country. It will be different but I personally am just looking forward to seeing my family and friends more than in recent times, that is for me enough for now.

Thank you once again for everything you continue to do for us, we look forward to working with you closely again next term.

Yours faithfully

Miss M L Litton

Executive Headteacher


Progress Photos from Deer Park
Deer Park

Deer Park development continues to progress and is on track for September 2021 opening.

Should you have any questions please email them to

If you have any questions regarding the wider development then you should visit the Uplands Farm website. 


Boorley Park Wildlife Watch
Boorley PArk

It’s been a busy time at Boorley and wildlife seems to have been a fascination for both classes over the last two weeks.

We were very kindly donated some sunflowers and so each class has been working out where the best place to plant theirs are. They have suggested a competition to see which class can grow the tallest sunflower so watch this space for the results!

Ladybird class discovered grasshoppers and butterflies in their outside classrooms and have been exploring the long grassy areas at the side of the field.

Butterfly class have been learning about some of the fascinating birds of prey they have spotted circling over the school grounds. They have also discovered some holes on our school field—their investigations suggest they are rabbit warrens but they haven't spotted any rabbits around yet. They tried their best to persuade Billy to make snacks for the animals too!

Keep us updated on any wildlife you see at home or when you are out and about—the estate seems to be attracting lots of different types of wildlife.


Wildern School Virtual Awards Evening
Wildern School

A recording of the Wildern School Virtual Awards Evening Broadcast

Deer Park Section 10 Consultation
Trust News

We are delighted that our proposed new free secondary school, Deer Park School, has progressed to the pre-opening phase and we are now undertaking statutory (Section 10) public consultation. As the existing schools within the area are already at capacity or oversubscribed, and with the predicted numbers for school places required within the local area increasing, a new seven-form entry secondary school will be required to meet basic need. Hampshire County Council working in partnership with the Department for Education (DfE) and Wildern Academy Trust will build this new school, which will be located on the Woodhouse Lane site of Uplands Farm Estate. The proposed opening date is September 2021 for 120 students, growing year on year to full capacity of 1050 students by 2027. Deer Park School will form part of the Wildern Academy Trust and will be located in close proximity to the existing Wildern cluster of schools, which already have a strong and established relationship with Wildern. We look forward to hearing your views, in order to provide parents/carers and the community we serve with the best schools possible.

Royal Marines Band
Wildern School

Wildern School orchestra spent the day with the Royal Marines Band on Tuesday.  It was an absolutely brilliant day and all students got completely involved.  A wonderful experience for all students involved.  

Boorley Park Official Opening
Boorley Park School

We were so lucky to have a beautiful sunny January afternoon to celebrate the official opening of Boorley Park Primary School. Even though we have been open since September 2019, and in our own building since November 2019, we took the opportunity to celebrate the completion of the building with representatives from the Department for Education, Hampshire County Council, Interserve, Eastleigh Borough Council, the local Parish councils and members of our local community.

Mrs Lane (the chair of our trust board) and Ms Litton (our executive headteacher) both made speeches thanking all those who have been involved in the project while Mrs Sillars shared a presentation from the children talking about what they like best about our school. We also shared a film of the children telling us what they want to be when they are older.

047 Boorley Park Opening

Finally, Councillor Chadd cut the ribbon to officially open the school. Billy and chef Dan from Wildern produced some fantastic snacks for our visitors (the children polished off the leftovers this morning!)

Thank you everyone who was able to attend. It was a fantastic occasion for the school.

Pirate Day
Boorley Park School

We've had a great day today celebrating the end of our pirate topic this half term. The children have all worked hard on completing a range of pirate challenges to earn their pirate licences. We've loved seeing all of their fantastic costumes and they've had great fun dancing, singing and completing treasure hunts around the school. Captain Brown Beard is delighted to welcome them to his crew.

Flying visit from Choir
Wildern School

Southampton Airport had a 'flying visit' from Wildern School Choir on Friday to raise funds for Wessex Cancer Trust. Thank you to all students involved - they were a real credit to the school.

Winter Concert 2019
Wildern School

Thank you and Congratulations to all those involved in the Winter Concert 2019. The commitment, hard work and passion for music that the students demonstrated has absolutely paid off in fantastic performances that put audience members and staff alike in the Christmas mood.

Christmas Jumper Day 2019
Wildern School

Thank you so much to Staff and Students for supporting Christmas Jumper Day on Friday.  There was a fabulous array of Knitwear! 

We have raised £1330.42 for Save the Children with 25% being donated to our local charity, The Hampshire & Isle of Wight Air Ambulance Service.  

And now for the House Results: 







Well done to Mr Jones and Sovereign House! 


Trust Attendance