The Senior House Cross Country event took place today and despite the extremely soggy conditions, it was contested with great spirit and impressive effort from everyone!
Our Upper Sixth students enjoyed a networking and interview techniques workshop on Friday.
The students from Infant and Junior Schools have been celebrating Harvest Festival over the last week.
Biology week activities have been enjoyed by many students and staff.
The first round of the BPSSA Cross Country took place at Witton Park.
On Wednesday 9th October 2019 the children of Y6 were transported back in time when they visited Quarry Bank Mill and became Victorian Mill workers.
Last Wednesday, our Sixth Form chemists and physicists had a brilliant day touring Heysham Nuclear Power Station.
At the weekend, 23 intrepid students from Year 11 and Sixth Form set off very early to the remote side of the Lakes on Cleator Moor at Ennerdale.
Lara Ingram-Weston and Theo Cains made the journey to Giggleswick School in North Yorkshire this weekend for the 2019 English Schools Fell Running Championships.
Westholme students and staff took to the hills for an epic mountain bike ride at the weekend.
The Lower Sixth Geography students went to Ainsdale near Liverpool as part of their geography A Level course.
In the last few weeks, 51 Year 11 students have successfully completed their final, assessed expedition for their Bronze DofE Award.
As part of their studies, 36 Year 11 and Sixth Form Art and Photography students went to York for the day, to gather inspiration and photographs for their A Level and GCSE coursework assignments.
Red, White and Blue Day is always a significant event in the fundraising calendar at Westholme Infant and Junior Schools.
The annual Magowan Memorial Gala is always a highlight in our calendar. It is an event where we honour the memory of William Magowan and celebrate one of his great passions, swimming. This year was made even more poignant by the fact that it is the 10th anniversary of William’s death.
Westholme celebrated National Poetry Day in style today!
A glorious sunny day on the Fylde coast at Rossall gave us perfect running conditions. The course provided a challenge in that it was extremely wet and boggy in places, runners would have to pick the correct lines through. Luckily we had the chance to walk the course beforehand so knew where to run!
The sixth form chemists and physicists had an action packed afternoon at Heysham Power Station!
On Tuesday lunchtime we held our first Overseas University Fair.