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Students and facilities at William Brookes School in Much Wenlock, Shropshire


School transport information for Parents

(Posted on 27/08/20)

A letter has been issued to all parents from Shropshire Council regarding important safety information relating to school transport from September 2020. A copy of the letter can be found here Read more...

William Brookes in the news

(Posted on 26/08/20)

William Brookes assisted the Much Wenlock and Cressage Medical Practice by providing space and facilities for them to run their drive through Flu Clinic, the full story reported in the Shropshire Star can be found here Read more...

GCSE Results 2020

(Posted on 26/08/20)

Students at William Brookes School celebrated receiving their GCSE and vocational results today. After what has been an extraordinary year 11, cut short by the coronavirus pandemic lockdown, the students have been rewarded for their hard work and resilience over the 5 years to date at school.Special mention must go to our top ten performing students: Adam Thomas, Josh Walker, Emma Baker, Alistair Mackie, Aimee Hickinbottom, Oliver Firmstone, Anya... Read more...

Catering information from September

(Posted on 24/08/20)

Please find information regarding catering from September 2020 here Read more...

School Bus Transport September 2020

(Posted on 16/07/20)

A letter detailing the arrangements for dedicated school bus transport from September 2020 organised by the LA for free bus travel to school can be found here Read more...


(Posted on 01/06/20)

A new Newsletter for May 2020 has been added to our website and can be found here Read more...

Phased re-opening of Shropshire Schools

(Posted on 23/05/20)

An open letter from Shropshire Council to parents and carers regarding the phased re-opening of Shropshire schools can be found here Read more...

Message from the Head - phased re-opening of School

(Posted on 22/05/20)

Dear all, I hope that you are all safe and well. There are conflicting messages in the press around the re-opening of secondary schools.I want to confirm that William Brookes School will not be opening to students from Y10 and 12 (new Y11 and 13) on Monday 1 June but we will:Share a plan with you, in early June, about re-opening when we have consulted with staff, Governors, Local Authority, Unions and DFE. The science around re-opening will... Read more...

Message from the Head

(Posted on 13/05/20)

It is with great sadness that I have to share news of two deaths:Ellie Hall an ex student has sadly passed after a fight against cancer. She only left school five years ago and this is a tragic loss of a young life and very kind person. I know this will have had a massive impact on some of our more recent ex students who will have shared many happy times with her.The second was the very sad loss of Maths teacher and Assistant Head Don Steward. Don... Read more...

Work Experience Programme News

(Posted on 12/05/20)

Dear students and parents, due to the current situation nationally we have decided to cancel the Work Experience Programme this year. This means that we do not expect students to attend a work experience placement during the week September 1st to 7th 2020.We have made this decision for several reasons but mainly because:We cannot at this time guarantee the well being of our students in prospective placements (this may change in the future but at... Read more...

New Timetables

(Posted on 30/04/20)

We have decided to introduce our 2020 to 2021 timetable from Monday May 4th. This will allow current year 9 students to start to study the subjects that they chose as part of the options process.You will still be able to access work that has already been set on ClassCharts but it will appear under your previous year group's work. New work will be uploaded into your new classes and students will start to get invites to join class groups on Microsoft... Read more...

WBS helping produce visors

(Posted on 23/04/20)

Following a request from the NHS in Staffordshire, our Product Design teacher Mr Colburn has set up a production line to make protective visors for themUsing students in school, our laser cutter and 3D printer, we assembled the first batch of 30 visors yesterday, 22 April 2020.Now that more materials have come into school today we are hoping to make a further seventy before the weekend.We distributed a trial batch to three local Care homes: The Wheatlands... Read more...