Teaching staff at two schools have been putting their technical skills to community use helping make vital personal protective equipment.
Category Archives: William Howard School
Students representing all 7 schools in the Cumbria Education Trust (CET) participated in the inaugural collaborative School Council meeting.
Cumbria Education Trust hold first ever cross-trust GCSE revision conference aimed at helping students to maximise their potential
Almost 500 Year 11 students from across Cumbria Education Trust’s (CET’s) secondary schools and academies were brought together for the trust’s first ever Year 11 Revision Conference in preparation for the summer 2019 exams.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]