Sixth Form Open Evening, Thursday 15th November 7.00 to 9.00pm
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Sporting Success

Sporting Success(Posted on 19/10/18)

This past week we saw some of our students achieve amazing results in both netball and cross country. Our Year 7 netball team participated in the Telford Schools Netball Tournament and both teams won first. That's not all; Isabelle Price (London 7) came 3rd in the National Cross Country Qualifier. This means she will run the British Championships early next year! Read full newsletter here. Read more...


Macmillan Coffee Morning - a Piece of Cake

Macmillan Coffee Morning - a Piece of Cake(Posted on 12/10/18)

On Friday the 28th of September, commencing at 10am, sixth formers and staff worked collectively to transform studio one into a coffee shop with a warm, bubbly atmosphere; perfect for outsider visitors to enjoy a cup of coffee and a slice of cake all while raising money for a good cause!Macmillan annually supports these coffee mornings in order to raise money for cancer. It is a charity which focuses on the social, emotional and practical impact... Read more...


Open Evening Fun

Open Evening Fun(Posted on 12/10/18)

This past Wednesday William Brookes School had the opportunity to meet potential Year 7 students during the Open Evening on 10 October. There were many activities, ranging from remote controlled BB8's to a cake competition. For Year 11 students interested in the Sixth Form Open Evening, please join us on Thursday 15 November. Read the full newsletter here. Read more...


Guess the Teacher

Guess the Teacher(Posted on 05/10/18)

There is a new game in the library where one member of staff will have their photo taken and students must guess who it is. Anyone can participate! So if you know who it is, you can submit your answers for a chance to earn a green dot and a packet of haribo. Read the full newsletter here. Read more...


Admissions Policy 2019-20 Update

(Posted on 26/09/18)

Due to an administrative oversight, one of our criteria for admissions was omitted from the 2019-20 Admissions Policy, namely: -4c. Children of staff in either or both of the following circumstances:a) where the member of staff has been employed at the school for two or moreyears at the time at which the application for admission to the school is made,and/orb) the member of staff is recruited to fill a vacant post for which there is ademonstrable... Read more...


European Languages Week

(Posted on 21/09/18)

Next week we will be celebrating National European Languages Day in school to raise language and cultural awareness. Read the full newsletter here. Read more...