Thursday, 1 December 2016

Young Entrepreneur’s Club

The Young Entrepreneur’s Club is a group of Year 6 and Year 8 students who meet twice a week to learn more about what it takes to come up with good business ideas and to execute these ideas successfully.

As part of this initiative, students have to come up with a small business venture that they can manage and run themselves for a short period of time in order to give them some experience of retail and commerce.

Today at lunchtime the groups set up their stalls in the foyer and were busy selling their merchandise.


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...


The finish touches were put on the Christmas tree this morning and it looks fabulous! A special thank you to FOWIS and bus drivers for their work on this.

This afternoon Pre-Prep are performing their Christmas Play for parents and teachers, break a leg!

Monday, 28 November 2016

First Prize for Webber Art Work


Congratulations to Year 9 student, Om Sharma who was recently awarded First prize at the National Final of the ISA Art Competition 2016. Om's winning art work was entered into the Key Stage 3 3D category and the judges were very impressed with his decorated hand based upon the theme of American technology.

Well done Om!

Friday, 18 November 2016

Children in Need


A great effort was made for Children in Need today with students raising £425 through non-school uniform donations and a cake sale.

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

What the Dickens!


Accomplished Year 11 thespian Robert Beilby, centre, devotedly inspired and led performances of adapted scenes from Charles Dickens` Great Expectations for Webber`s annual Open Day on 5th November, followed by several ensuing performances for other year groups.  Here, ably assisted by Rochelle Dunne (as main protagonist Pip, left) and Stefano Beni (The Aged Parent, right), the humble clerk Wemmick introduces Pip to his geriatric father in a scene of comic idiosyncrasy ... one of several eccentric moments in the great Dickens landscape which our students relished with their own interpretations.

Year 11 are tackling Dickens'  masterpiece for their GCSE English Literature examination.

Photo by Daniel Katecha; background scenery by Charlie de Gorter.