It was a busy week in Food Technology. Year 11 students have been learning how to mince pork and make their own sausages! The year 10 Catering pupils have been working hard of developing their skills in preparation for their Catering exam making meringues. As part of our cultural foods module this term we have […]
Another successful trip to Somerset for the lads: The only downer being the absolutely perishing conditions: damp, really windy and freezing! How better to warm the cockles of your heart than a few good victories? Well, the under 15s didn’t get off to the best of starts losing to a very strong Bucklers Mead A […]
Dear parents/carers, Westhaven School is selling wristbands this year for Sport Relief, a charity for children who have great needs both in the UK and all over the world. Wristband are only £1 – why not buy for the whole family! Mr Barlow has the supply, take your money to him and support Sport Relief today!
Today we had a wonderful day celebrating World Book Day at Westhaven. Children and staff were dressed up as their favourite book characters. Dr John H. Watson (aka Mr Burges) gave a presentation about reading. Pupils also received £1 vouchers which they can use to claim a free book or use it towards buying a full price book […]
This Wednesday three coaches came all the way from Nailsea and worked with every class in the school except for one (who were busy preparing for an exam!) The coaches were really skilled and brought special equipment to help our pupils with their skills. The foci today were Vaulting, Front and Back Somersaults, Balancing and […]
Clevedon Tennis Club is holding a FREE Taster day of tennis, aimed at those with Learning Disabilities and Learning Difficulties and the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. At CLTC they have an experienced tennis coach (also ex-Men’s Singles Deaf Champion) Sid Falconer who is deaf, does sign language and has experience of working both with hard […]
The winners of this terms cups were announce in assembly on Friday 12th February. The dance club performed a preview of their Jessie J dance for us and Charlie played the clarinet. Lots of 100 merit certificate were given out much to the dismay of Ms Towler!
Stephen Jenkins and Dave Buck from the Welsh Table Tennis Association paid another visit to the school so that all pupils could watch exhibitions of really high quality sport. Pupils were thrilled by the amazing display which included an attempt on the world record for most shots in a rally in a minute, (they managed […]
The Mercury is supporting Westhaven School’s bid to raise money for a new sports hall and changing rooms. Westhaven School in Uphill caters for 96 pupils with a range of learning difficulties or physical disabilities which mean they cannot use the facilities available in mainstream schools. Over the past 10 years, Westhaven has expanded to […]