Last night students from all year groups came together in an extravagant showcase of talents and a sneak preview of our 2019 Rock Challenge performance. The Christmas Fair beforehand included stalls from local businesses and attracted many to look around and enjoy festive refreshments. The raffle was fantastic and we’d like to say a massive…
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Well done to all involved in raising money for Children in Need 2018. An amazing £478.92 was raised.
Students and staff embraced the festive sprit today and donned their Christmas Jumpers to raise money for charity. Thank you to everyone who took part and especially to those who donated even though they didn’t wear their jumper; we’ve raised just over £130 for Save the Children.
The choir were able to visit West House in Whitehaven on Wednesday 12th December, to entertain the residents with some Carol Singing. The choir were fantastic and are looking forward to their next opportunity to sing for the community at Bethel House on Monday.
Year 7 Rugby Victory Our Year 7 Rugby team played their 2nd game of the season against Workington on Tuesday. The boys played incredibly well and won with a score of 38-8. Thanks to Hensingham Rugby Club for allowing the match to take place on their pitch.
On 1 December 2018, Cumbria Education Trust (CET) became the proud sponsor of TWA. CET is now looking ahead with a focus on a brighter future for students and staff.
The first fundraiser this year was our Bingo night on Wednesday, 7 November, we raised £400 from the Prize Bingo and Raffle.
On Wednesday, 19 December, Rock Challenge will be hosting a Christmas Fair and Show to raise funds for the competition.
The Whitehaven Academy has been involved with an exciting project called ‘Start at Rosehill Theatre’ for over a year.