Open Events at Wycombe High School
Year 6 Headteacher's Tea Webinar
We have brewed up a safer new way for prospective new parents to ask Mrs Cromie questions – she’s inviting you to tea with a twist.
Coronavirus restrictions mean parents are not allowed on site. So instead, Mrs Cromie is inviting you to a special teatime chat via a live video conference call.
Mrs Cromie said: “Normally, for parents thinking of sending their children here, we would have tours of the school, talks, and a question and answer session in the assembly hall.
“This year, parents can take a virtual online tour, see below, and ask me and some of my senior staff questions, live, in a special Zoom webinar.
“It’s a difficult time for all schools but here at Wycombe High, we like to ‘look beyond’ and this is a great way of giving parents access to the information they need, despite the current safety precautions.
“For parents and their children, this is a big life decision, so we want to make sure they get answers to all their questions”, said Mrs Cromie.
A further Headteacher's Tea is scheduled for Wednesday 14 October from 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm. To register your interest please click on the link below.
Wednesday 14 October by 12.00 pm on Tuesday 13 October. CLICK HERE
Open Event Summer 2020
Welcome to our online Open Event, launched on Thursday 2 July 2020. You will find below a series of pre-recorded videos and presentations for you to view at your convenience. These will give you a good idea of what Wycombe High School can offer your daughter.
Virtual Tour of the School
Pastoral support at Wycombe High School
Wycombe High School in a word
Bird's Eye View
As schools nationally look to wider re-opening from September 2020, we very much look forward to welcoming you to our physical site after that time.
Watch this space for more information in the new academic year.
Following us via social media, particularly Twitter @WycombeHighSch will give you a good idea of what students and staff are doing day-by-day. Availability of tours are also communicated via Twitter.