Four intrepid Year 6 swimmers represented Westholme at the ESSA National Qualifiers at Everton Park in Liverpool.
Thursday was an exciting day for year 3, it was their first netball fixture!
A howling gale greeted us at Highfield for the first Year 3 football match. However, nothing could extinguish or dampen the boys excitement!
The boys and girls in Year 5 enjoyed a fabulous interactive African drumming workshop with specialist, Mr Ian Bamford today.
On Wednesday 11 March, Year 5 enjoyed travelling back to the Tudor times to discover what life would have been like at Tatton Old Hall in the 1500s.
An epic day for the Yr4 boys first ever football festival.
This afternoon we welcomed children’s’ author Konnie Huq to Beardwood Bank to talk to the Junior School children about her first book, ‘Cookie’.
The Year 6 House Public Speaking Competition was held this afternoon, and what a fabulous event it turned out to be!
Year 3 had a great day on Thursday when they went to Liverpool World Museum to ‘Meet the Mummy!’ This trip was a great end to a fantastic topic on the Ancient Egyptians.
Saturday was an exciting day for the junior school…it was our first Saturday fixture for the netball teams and the first netball game for our many of our year 4s.
The children in Year 2 have been enjoying exploring the contents of their latest Lancashire Museum Loan Box.
Year 2 have been learning the skills involved to work well as part of a team.
On Monday we had an historic first for Westholme. Our first ever Boys Hockey team, of any age, took to the field. We travelled to Manchester Grammar School to participate in the AJIS Boys Hockey tournament. There were 12 schools taking part altogether.
It was certainly the day for an indoor event, with extremely inclement conditions outside.
A wonderful afternoon of cross country at Sedbergh.
Perhaps the greatest day for Westholme junior rugby for many a year?! The players today were super and deserve real credit.
A great day of Junior sport! One in which every single pupil had an equal chance to compete and be a true Westholme hero for their house.
Brilliant, brain-boggling and the best day!” Just some of the words used to describe the Year 5 trip to Jodrell Bank on Wednesday 15th January.
On Friday afternoon, the students from Junior School gathered together with parents, siblings and friends at Blackburn Cathedral for the Carol Service, led by The Very Reverend Peter Howell-Jones, Dean of Blackburn.
Friday saw the Year 6 swim team compete at the annual AJIS gala.