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Cafe Sci event

Cafe Sci event(Posted on 24/05/19)

On Monday 24th June there is an exciting opportunity to hear from John Box, an ecologist and previous environmental manager who will be coming to William Brookes School to host our next Café Sci event. With over 40 years’ experience in his field and previously working for Sydney University and Natural England, this will be an exciting evening as John delves into the scientific importance of Windmill Hill next... Read more...


LAMDA Students Support Hope House

(Posted on 24/05/19)

Last Friday, 17th May, the following students each performed one of their LAMDA exam pieces in front of family and friends to help raise funds for the local children’s charity Hope House.  Read more here Read more...


Sixth Form Induction

(Posted on 17/05/19)

William Brookes Sixth Form induction is free to both internal and external students. Book your place now - please see details here Read more...


Year 8 Art Competition

(Posted on 17/05/19)

In Year 8 Art lessons, Mrs Abrahams’ groups have been studying Pop Art, in particular the Artist Claes Oldenberg who has a successful career making huge, oversized public art installations of everyday objects such as a melting ice-cream or a shuttle cock.  Read more here Read more...


Engineering Education Scheme Celebration Day

(Posted on 10/05/19)

Once again four Year 12 students did William Brookes proud as they drew their Engineering Education Scheme experience to a close.  Read more here Read more...


School Closure UPDATE 10/5/19

(Posted on 08/05/19)

Apologies but school will be closed again to students from Y8-10 on Friday 10th May. Only Y13, 12, 11 and 7 will be in school.The reason being that contractors will be on site to begin clean-up operations and a part of the school remains out of use while this takes place. There will be work carried out on site over the weekend to ensure that all of our facilities are ready for use next week. The contractors have confirmed that the school will be... Read more...