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Sports Awards 2020

Sport plays such an important role at Westholme, so that when the news came that we could not celebrate the success and participation of our students in the usual manner at Ewood Park, we thought how can we showcase our sporting heroes in a different manner?

Feeding Communities

Over the past few weeks, our School caterers, Thomas Franks have been working tirelessly to bring to life a community kitchen project.

A Birthday Message

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Over the past few weeks, we have all been amazed by the superb fundraising efforts of Captain Tom Moore who has now reached almost £30 million.

A Marathon Effort!

Year 3 teacher, Mrs Sutcliffe, will take on the challenge of competing in 26 sports over the weekend – all in her back garden and all for charity!

Music Success for Anvitha

Congratulations to Year 3 student, Anvitha Reddy, who has been accepted onto the prestigious Saturday Music College at the Junior Royal Northern College of Music.

Year 7 Channel Challenge

Year 7 students set themselves a challenge to swim the distance of the English Channel in our very own swimming pool here at Senior School, to raise money for Sport Relief 2020. This is what happened…

ESSA Swimming Gala

Four intrepid Year 6 swimmers represented Westholme at the ESSA National Qualifiers at Everton Park in Liverpool.

Reception Grip and Go

The children in Reception had a fantastic time at the ‘Grip and Go’ climbing wall in Haslingden.? They had great fun exploring the all different climbing walls.

National Theatre Trip for A-Level Drama Students

Yesterday, A Level Drama students in both Years 12 and 13 went to London to visit the National Theatre Archives to watch recordings of their set texts: Hedda Gabler (Henrik Ibsen) and Our Country’s Good (Timberlake Wertenbaker).

Year 5 African Drumming

The boys and girls in Year 5 enjoyed a fabulous interactive African drumming workshop with specialist, Mr Ian Bamford today.

Year 5 trip to Tatton Old Hall

On Wednesday 11 March, Year 5 enjoyed travelling back to the Tudor times to discover what life would have been like at Tatton Old Hall in the 1500s.

Soloists’ Recital

The Soloists’ Recital was an enjoyable opportunity for students to practise performing in front of an audience and they all rose to the occasion magnificently, creating a memorable evening which delighted the audience.