It gives us great pleasure to announce the airing of the very first broadcast from our new Sixth Form news team, WSS News (Westholme School Student News).
At the end of the Summer break Fynlay (9P) competed in the Lancashire U14 Championships held at the stunning Lancaster Golf Club.
Over the Summer Year 7 pupil Elizabeth Rimmer (7B) was selected for Tennis Nationals and competed in Nottingham over two weekends.
Congratulations to Year 9 student Will, who along with his Pony Poppy, has been selected to ride for the North of England Mounted Team Games.
Today our Year 7’s have been taking part in a Team Building Day as part of their first week introduction to the Senior School.
2020 has been a year like no other with the turmoil in education, and the awarding of GCSE and A Level grades has been fraught with uncertainties.
Year 8 have been studying the work of Ida Skivenes who creates artwork on toast.
Well done to all those who took part in the Virtual Sports Day. It was fantastic to see so many people get involved and take on the challenges to score points for their House.
Over the last few weeks, we have received some impressive news of student success in the performing arts and creative world. We are very proud of them.
The annual Hindu Shrine competition normally takes place organised by the EPR department.
Westholme are now actively planning for the future after being given approval to create an exciting new primary school within the extensive grounds of the current Senior School campus.
Year 7 students set themselves a challenge to swim the distance of the English Channel in our very own swimming pool here at Senior School, to raise money for Sport Relief 2020. This is what happened…
Yesterday, A Level Drama students in both Years 12 and 13 went to London to visit the National Theatre Archives to watch recordings of their set texts: Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen) and Our Country’s Good (Timberlake Wertenbaker).
The Infant, Junior and Senior eco-committees met all together for the first time this week.
Year 7 enjoyed a fun filled day at Catalyst, a Chemistry museum in Widnes, on Friday with the Chemistry department.
On Tuesday, all students in Year 9 and students who take GCSE and A Level Drama watched ‘Hard to Swallow’ by Mark Wheeller, the GCSE set text.
The gods of running were certainly smiling on us as the weather broke, the rain stopped, the sun weakly bathed us in its radiance- nigh on perfect running conditions for our juniors at Witton Park.