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d. 1023, English churchman, archbishop of York (1003–1023) and bishop of Worcester, whose Latin name was Lupus. He is buried at Ely. Homilies are attributed to him, but most of them are doubtful; from them as from those of Ælfric written for Wulfstan, many details of English law were derived. A homily on the millennium in English alliterative prose, styled Lupi sermo ad Anglos [Wulfstan's address to the English], is usually ascribed to him.
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The proportion of pupils at Bishop Wulstan gaining five or more GCSEs graded between A* and C - the Government benchmark of future success - fell by eight per cent last year.
The dispersal zone covers Southam Road, Stockton Road, Wulstan Drive, Leigh Crescent, Sitwell Avenue, Grand Union Canal including the woods, Shepherd Close, Leather Street, The Green, Village Hall Yard, Beechcroft, and Church Road from Bascote Road to River Itchen.
About 500 people attended a meeting on Monday night to hear about plans to close Bishop Wulstan Catholic School.
I also want to pay tribute to the dedicated governors, staff, parents and students of Bishop Wulstan School, which sadly closed in 2007.
Bishop Wulstan Catholic School in Rugby, could close in September if the local authority decides to shut it down because of a shortage of pupils.
The death of the popular former Bishop Wulstan pupil, who worked at a window factory in Rugby, spawned hundreds of heartrending tributes at the scene, including a vast sea of flowers and football shirts and photos signed by grieving family and friends.
Only 25 11-year-olds have selected to go to Wulstan Catholic School in Rugby, Warwickshire, next year which has seen a steady decline in results for several years.
Kevin Wright, a window fabricator for Nationwide Windows in Rugby, and a former BIshop Wulstan pupil, died following an incident in the Church Street area, near St Andrew's Church, Rugby, last Monday.
CLLR KING'S letter (Your Say, March 20) criticising the decision to close Bishop Wulstan School shows her wish is to try to score political points rather than promote the interests of the young people in Rugby.
THE situation that has now come to light on the lack of secondary school places in the Rugby borough does not come as surprise to people who fought against the closure of Bishop Wulstan Catholic School last year.
The Rev Ian Read, who was 65, was rector of Stoulton with Drakes Broughton and Pirton and Norton, near Pershore, Worcestershire, since 1992, having previously served as vicar of St Wulstan in Worcester.