Year 8 student Maia, was recently awarded a Grade 5 certificate for Rock and Pop Vocals from Trinity College London.
Congratulations to everyone who has completed their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in the last 12 months.
During lockdown over the Summer, some of our Year 12 (now Y13) biologists took part in the Intermediate Biology Olympiad.
Dr Richard Robson is the incoming Principal at Westholme School. We interviewed Dr Robson prior to his arrival in January 2021.
The School cross country races took place last week at Wilmar Lodge and there were some fantastic efforts and impressive times from everyone involved.
Article written by Miss Incerti
Year 13 biologists recently spent two enjoyable days at the Blencathra Field Studies Centre, in the Lake District, working on the Ecology topics for their A Level.
Yesterday, Westholme students commemorated Remembrance Day throughout the Senior and Junior School.
Every year, the children at the Infant School, take part in a poppy competition to raise money for the Royal British Legion.
Over the past few weeks, LAMDA Musical Theatre students here at Westholme have been working hard with Mrs Eames and Mrs Long.
Katherine Gostick – Alumna 1985.
We are delighted to hear that former Westholme student, Katherine Gostick, née Croasdale, has recently published two books: ‘Finding a Place to Park my Melon: Memoir of a Trailing Spouse’ and ‘The Spy who Saved Christmas’.
We were delighted to hear that Jake, in Year 8, was awarded the runner-up prize for his age group in the Young Food Writer of the Year 2020 competition.
Our Pre School children have been excited preparing all week for their Halloween Party that took place this afternoon.
Last week, our Pre School children were having lots of fun with various activities over half term.
Professor Sophie Scott CBE – Alumna 1971 – 1983
Last week, we were delighted to hear that former Westholme student Sophie was awarded a CBE for her services to Neuroscience.
Last Friday, there was a special assembly for children in Year’s 3 & 4 to celebrate the Harvest Festival at the Junior School.
We are delighted to announce that we are partnering with Heaton Sports & Cricket Club in Bolton for the next three years.
This lunchtime, representatives from all year groups gathered together to launch the 2020/21 student council.
This morning, members of the Sixth Form chemistry class were tasked with the challenge of producing Benzene Carboxylic Acid.
Today our students wore green and blue in support of the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity and the NHS.
Pupils from Year 8 entered their work into the ‘Rotary Young Writer’s Competition’.