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Friday, 10 July 2015
Tuesday, 7 July 2015
A big thank you to all those who have visited the End of Year Art Showcase in the past month. The exhibition displayed imaginative art work from GCSE and A Level students. The final pieces displayed skills with a range of media and some of the sketchbooks were works of art in themselves. Well done to all the students involved.
Friday, 19 June 2015
Webber would like to congratulate Year 9 student, Robert Beilby on a fantastic recent drama performance at Leighton Buzzard Theatre.
The production was called The Factory Children, set at the time of the Industrial Revolution with a poor family against a rich family. The poor family's children worked at the factory which the rich family's father owned. Robert played the oldest 'poor' child, a part that included a lot of singing, both solo and duets.
Monday, 8 June 2015
We would like to invite you to join us for the End of Year GCSE and A Level Art Showcase. This exhibition displays the talents and hard work of Webber’s Art students so please bring your friends and family along to help celebrate the Class of 2015. The event will take place on Wednesday 10th June, 4.30 – 6.30pm in the Drama Studio. We look forward to seeing you there.
|Self portrait - Lola de Gorter|
Saturday, 23 May 2015
This week, our Year 3 and 4 students organised and ran their own tuck shop to raise funds for Water Aid’s Nepal appeal.
As part of their IPC topic, ‘On Tap’, the Year 3s and 4s had been learning about how some people around the world do not have access to clean water. They had been considering how to help to improve the lives of people in poorer countries. In light of the recent earthquakes in Nepal, they decided to help to raise funds for the Nepalese people to have access to clean, safe drinking water.
The children planned, advertised and ran their own tuck shop, all the while showing great empathy for the people of Nepal. They brought in food, drink and stationery donations to sell and encouraged students across the school to bring in money to spend.
The children took their roles as ‘shop sellers’ seriously. They all demonstrated enthusiasm and a responsible attitude. We were very busy at times and the children coped extremely well under the pressure to sell, count coins and calculate change quickly.
In total we raised an amazing £458.35!
Well done to Year 3 and 4 and thank you to everyone who shopped at the tuck shop!