Sixth Form Deadline for Applications 14th January 2019
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DofE - 559 Volunteer Hours

DofE - 559 Volunteer Hours(Posted on 07/12/18)

William Brookes School Duke of Edinburgh students were awarded with a certificate showing the 559 HOURS of volunteer service that 43 of our students had given to the community. Read the full newsletter here. Read more...


William Brookes Sixth Form Trip to Cysoing

William Brookes Sixth Form Trip to Cysoing(Posted on 30/11/18)

William Brookes Sixth Form Students meeting with the twinning group in Cysoing, meeting the students at the Institute de Genech and attending lessons and dinner with the local teens. Read more...


Cysoing Visit

Cysoing Visit(Posted on 30/11/18)

WBS Y12 and Y13 students are having a fantastic time in Cysoing on work experience at a local French primary school. Teaching lessons, meeting students and signing autographs. Read more...


West Midlands Pistol Shooting Championships

West Midlands Pistol Shooting Championships(Posted on 30/11/18)

On Wednesday 28 November, Benjamin Adney, Year 7 (Sydney 4), became the first student to represent William Brookes in a shooting competition! The competition was the West Midlands regional qualifier and was held at Ellesmere College. Read the full newsletter here. Read more...


J.L. Edwards Memorial Trust 50th Anniversary

J.L. Edwards Memorial Trust 50th Anniversary(Posted on 23/11/18)

Last Friday, the 16 November, saw this year’s J L Edwards Memorial Trust Award Winners come together to make their presentations to friends and family, Committee members, representatives of the Edwards family and other specially invited guests. (Continue reading from pages 6 - 8). Read the full newsletter here. Read more...


Rememberance Sunday Event

Rememberance Sunday Event(Posted on 07/11/18)

William Brookes School are delighted to host this Much Wenlock community initiative.A nationwide Day of Commemorative Events marking the Centenary of the end of the First World War and paying tribute to the millions killed or wounded in battle, and those on the home front who struggled amidst pain and loss to help ensure freedom survived.In Much Wenlock, as in communities throughout the land, we will mark this day. All are welcome to attend.... Read more...