We are proud to announce the election of our new student officers for the next academic year.
Congratulations and well done to Year 9 students, Amy Dixon and Ruby Williams, who have both been selected for the U15 England Hockey Performance Pathway Programme.
This competition involved over 17,000 secondary pupils from across the UK competing against each other over the ten day competition period.
Hollie Cubbon and Harry Smith (Year 9) were invited by the UK Mathematics Trust to attend the Mathematics Masterclass Day on Saturday 8th June.
Congratulations to Theo Cains (Year 11) who is the first Westholme student to be awarded an Arkwright Scholarship.
Sports Day at Senior School was contested today with great spirit and camaraderie.
As part of their GCSE course Year 9 Chemistry students visited Hanson Cement in Clitheroe.
On Monday, the Year 10 GCSE EPR students spent a calm and reflective day at the Manjushri Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Ulverston.
10 adventurous students set off for the North Lake District on Saturday morning.
Yr 7 took turns to take a trip to Hothersall lodge outdoor centre this week.
Wartime Britain came alive last night in the Croston Theatre as our junior students performed ‘Edith’s Wartime Scrapbook’.
In September, we were delighted when Year 10 student, Tilly Daley, won second place in a design competition run by the Transport Training Academy.
The Art department were delighted to welcome local urban landscape artist Gosha Gibek to Westholme on Monday.
Today we hosted our annual Year 5 STEM Challenge Day with visiting schools from across Lancashire. The schools entered teams of four students to compete in the subject areas of Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Product Design and Maths.
Eight mountain bikers from Years 7 to 10 woke early on the 25th of May to head to North Wales.
Year 8 student, Sam McCumiskey, took part in a charity bike ride with his Scout group, cycling from Leeds to Liverpool.
On Thursday before half term, the whole of Year 8 went on the annual Biology trip to Chester Zoo, to study adaptations of animals to their environment. This is a very popular trip, with many staff offering to accompany us.
A fabulous afternoon at Kirkham for the first round of the AJIS Cricket Cup yesterday. The sun shone, the pitch was perfect for batting yet still offering something for a bowler who hit the right length.
The annual Hindu Shrine competition has taken place and the wonderful creations are currently on display in the LRC for everyone to enjoy.