Overview

Wren Academy is a Church of England school sponsored by the London Diocesan Board for Schools and Berkhamsted School.  The Academy is founded on Christian principles and is both a community school, meeting the needs of local residents and an Academy which serves the children of the Christian community in the area.

The Admissions Policies of the Academy seek a balance between those who come from a Christian background and those who come from other faith backgrounds or no faith background.  We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and faith traditions.  We do however expect that everyone who comes to Wren Academy, will be fully supportive of the school as a Christian foundation.  This is in line with our aim to be a distinctive school, but also an inclusive school.

The Academy takes part in the Pan-London Co-ordinated Admissions Scheme.  To make an application, you need to complete an online application for your child through the e-admissions website www.eadmissions.org.uk.  All applicants are considered for Community places.  If you also wish to be considered for a Foundation (Christian Church) place, you will need to complete the Wren Academy Supplementary Information Form.
 

Click here for the link to admissions changes due to Covid-19.

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  • 22 September A small part of a great project! Read more
  • 22 September The team at have been hard at work, and we couldn't be more pleased to announce that our films are now ready to watch! You can find links to each of the ten plays on our website: Read more
  • 22 September In 2021, the Connections Festival couldn't take place at , and we weren't able to welcome Connections Companies to our building. Instead, we chose 10 groups around the country, & worked with to film their productions of our 2021 Connections plays.
  • 22 September Delighted to see two fab productions from Festival part of this, congratulations to and ! Read more
  • 21 September in Finchley took A series of public apologies (in response to an unfortunate incident in the school lavatories) by John Donnelly, and created an entirely digital response. in behind the scenes footage, the students discuss this approach to the play.
  • 16 September Open Evening Info: Principal's Speech: 23 Sept @ 5, 6, & 7pm. (No tours, just the speech). Daily Tours: 27 Sept-8 Oct from 9am. Covid: Places MUST be booked for Speech and Tours. No entry on the door. Subject videos on website: 23 Sept. Book here: Read more