I am delighted to be able to welcome you to the Wren Academy Enfield website. Since opening in September 2020, our new school has developed into a happy and supportive learning community which enables all students to make excellent progress. This is achieved through outstanding teaching within an innovative curriculum which allows the gifts and talents of each individual to be encouraged and celebrated. Our ethos, rules, tutorial and house systems are designed to help all children flourish in a disciplined yet caring environment which balances responsibilities and privileges.
Sponsored by the London Diocesan Board for Schools (LDBS), we are inspired by the Biblical account of the encounter between Jesus and Zacchaeus to provide an education that which enables all students to thrive and reach their full potential. This is achieved so that our community then has a positive impact on the world, inspired by our foundational Bible passage:
Do justice, love kindness, walk humbly with your God - Micah 6v8
I hope you are able to spend more time exploring the website to find out more about the education offered at Wren Academy Enfield.
Accessing the Academy
The entrance for all students is via the gate situated on Hunters Way.
All other visitors to the site, including parents and carers, should access the site via Hunters Way where they will be let in by the Reception team.
If you drop your child off by car, please do so at a reasonable distance from the Chase Farm site and certainly not on Hunters Way. This should be done in plenty of time before the start of the school day so that students do not need to rush to be on time. Please ensure that students exit the vehicle no closer than Lavender Hill and at a safe location. If it is essential to pick up your child at the end of the day then this again should happen well away from Hunters Way and the Chase Farm site.
Contacting the Academy and Staff
If you have any questions or concerns then please phone and make an appointment. We are more than happy to discuss any questions or concerns with you.
The telephone number is 020 3150 4604. First contact queries by phone will be dealt with by our receptionist Sharon Ellis or Christine Jesuthasan, who will be able to direct the query to the most appropriate member of staff.
You can of course email us too at: firstname.lastname@example.org