The boys and girls in Year 2 braved the weather today and were very excited to bring their bikes and scooters to school for ‘CycleDay’ as part of their ‘Healthy Me’ project.
Year 1 were very excited to take part in their Polar Explorer day today.
On Wednesday 15th January, our A Level French students visited Manchester Metropolitan University for an Essay Writing Workshop on the film they are studying this year; La Haine.
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.
Some of our Sixth Form students enjoyed a PSHEE lesson with a difference today. Our Head Chef, Matt Burke and Catering Manager, James Pate, from Thomas Franks hosted a ‘Cooking Basics for University’ session.
The last week of term at Westholme has been full of the joy of Christmas and festive activities galore!
Sunday saw the first competition for the school dressage team. Despite the snow and a few last minute edits to the team, we had four students compete.
On Thursday Year 3 and 4 and the Senior Choir had the fantastic opportunity to sing at Stanley House at the Lancashire Christmas Business Network Lunch.
As part of our programme to ensure our students are fully engaged with current affairs, the Social Science Faculty ran a Mock Election for Year 11 students to see if our results were similar to the General Election.
There is a good deal of commotion in a Bethlehem stable when the animals realise that there is a baby in the barn!
Today, the Schools Working Together group took part in a session being run by Odd Arts regarding Isolation to Radicalisation.
After the success of the Junior School Carol Service last week, the Senior School service took place yesterday evening at Blackburn Cathedral and the festive cheer was there to be felt by all.
The children of Preschool and Reception took part in their captivating performance of ‘Whoops-a-Daisy-Angel’, which took place at the Nursery and Infant School this morning.
On Friday, a team of four Sixth Form students took part in the UKMT Senior Team Regional Final at Lancaster University.
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.