Category Archives: William Howard School

Young Handbag Designer of the Year Winner

Congratulates to Year 12 student Sophie Bell who is the proud winner of the ‘Young Handbag Designer of the Year’ – a national competition run by Clothes Show Live. The competition brief was to design a futuristic bag for 2040. The finished products were modelled by a professional model on a catwalk at the Clothes Show Live […]

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Recital at Carlisle Cathedral

William Howard students gave a fantastic recital at the Cathedral on Tuesday, 8 November. The performance had the biggest turnout of the season with over 70 people coming to support. Every year group was represented and all of the 42 students did a superb job. The students were praised very highly indeed by all of the […]

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Light up a Lake Event

WHS students performed at the ‘Light Up a Lake’ event for the Eden Valley Hospice, where over one thousand lights were floated onto Talkin Tarn to represent loved ones who had sadly passed away. It was a lovely evening with singing below clear skies and across the beautiful tarn to over 1000 people who had come […]

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Our Academies

Welcome to the New Academic Year

All our schools returned to a new academic year with renewed vigour and enthusiasm, eager to build on last year’s achievements. Read the ‘welcome back’ letters below from our Headteachers: William Howard School – Welcome letter from the Headteacher (Sept 2016) Longtown Primary School  – Welcome back letter (Sept 2016) Workington Academy – Introduction letter to […]

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Ex-WHS Students at Olympics

Ex-WHS Students at Olympics

Good luck to ex-WHS Students, Nick Miller and Lauren Smith, who will be competing for Team GB in the Olympic Games in Rio. Nick is a hammer thrower and Lauren is a badminton player. We will all be cheering them on in August. The dates Nick will be competing are: Heats – 17 August Final – 19 August Medals […]

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A-Level Geographers in France

21 A-level geographers have returned from an excellent and very productive week carrying out fieldwork in the Cevennes, Southern France. This year we were accompanied by A-Level Geographers from Solihull Sixth Form College; a lovely group of like-minded students. On arrival we stumbled out of the coach into the clear French mountain air expecting to be shown […]

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