We are proud to announce the election of our new student officers for the next academic year.
Students and staff at Senior School have been treated to a fabulous array of performances to mark the end of term.
Today, we have enjoyed a special assembly where a number of presentations were given to students.
Last week the Croston Theatre played host to a spectacular production of the long running West End show, Chicago.
Yesterday were delighted to have a visit from alumni Camilla Ainsworth, successful business woman and finalist on the BBC programme, The Apprentice with Lord Sugar.
This morning in assembly, we welcomed George and Jenny Lamb once again to School to present their awards for Science and Art respectively.
The annual Art, Photography and Product Design Exhibition took place last night in the Learning Resource Centre.
The Hall Cup has been introduced at Westholme this year, which saw the Sixth Form take on the staff team for the first time in history.
We are very proud to be taking part in National Cupcake Day today!
On Friday afternoon, Year 12 took part in an afternoon of Employability Skills workshops to help them to identify and learn how to develop key employability skills that are essential in the world of work.
Archimedes said it could be done and now the Westholme Sixth Form STEM group have proved it can be done. The challenge was simple: given £70, could you build a pair of shoes to help you walk across the swimming pool?
We have enjoyed three days of celebrations to bid a fond farewell to our Upper Sixth students.
Year 10 took part in their DofE Expedition Bronze Practice in the Ribble Valley.
Tilly Sturgess in Year 13 is congratulated on being awarded a place on the prestigious BAE Systems aerospace engineering degree apprenticeship.
A team of three Year 12 students took part in the Royal Society of Chemistry Young Analyst competition held at UCLan Chemistry department last week.
Five Sixth Form students undertook an arduous practice expedition for their Gold DofE during the Easter holidays.
Once again, Dr Stockwell kindly arranged an evening to talk to the Year 13 Physics students about medical imaging.
The Blackburn with Darwen Netball Tournaments are an important fixture in the seasonal sporting calendar.
One of the challenges the Maths Department set for British Science Week was a ‘Pi off’.