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William Brookes School students celebrate excellent A Level exam results

William Brookes School students celebrate excellent A Level exam results(Posted on 17/08/17)

Sixth Form students at William Brookes School have seen their hard work rewarded in an impressive set of A level exam results with 24% at A*/A grades, 44% at A*-B and an overall pass rate of 97%.Head of William Brookes School, Geoff Renwick commented:“In a year when the course structure has changed so dramatically to a full two year course without the half-way check of AS levels, it is really pleasing that our students have achieved such excellent... Read more...


Performing Arts Spring Concert

Performing Arts Spring Concert(Posted on 06/03/17)

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A Level Dance Showcase

A Level Dance Showcase(Posted on 06/03/17)

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It's time for our 2017 Musical

It's time for our 2017 Musical(Posted on 10/02/17)

Dozens of actors, singers and musicians are busy this weekend with rehearsals for this year's musical: Little Shop of Horrors.Our first performance is a Monday Matinee in front of the whole of year 7, and evening performances are Monday, Feb 13 through to Thursday, Feb 16 with a 7.30pm start.Tickets, priced £6 - £12, are still available from the Edge Arts Centre Box Office, Tel. 01952 728900 - www.edgeartscentre.com If you'd... Read more...


Our commitment to first response team

Our commitment to first response team(Posted on 08/02/17)

Community First Responders - Much Wenlock Ambulance Response Car Community First Responders are trained by West Midlands Ambulance Service to respond to "999" emergencies in their local area.  Their vehicle covers Much Wenlock and approximately 10 miles in every direction (so Broseley, Cressage, Buildwas etc) and the idea is that the response car can get to a patient before a full-time ambulance travelling from Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury... Read more...


Cafe Sci take athletic approach to Science

Cafe Sci take athletic approach to Science(Posted on 11/01/17)

Learn about the science behind some of the training and performances of Team GB athletes particularly about the biomechanics of movement, the forces and loads that go through athletes’ bodies and how to modify equipment to improve success. Time, date and place: Tuesday, 24th January at William Brookes School - 7.30pm. Read more...