Which Services are available? Our services are freely available across Cumbria aged 11-18, for more go to: Kooth.com – Available for children and young people aged 11-18 What support is available? The service is free, safe anonymous and allows instant access to the platform where you can find: Live chat support from mental health professionals…Details
Calling All CET Students: In 2022, Her Majesty the Queen will become the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service. To mark this very special occasion – Cumbria Education Trust would like to issue all students across all CET schools with a commemorative item – in the form of a pin badge.…Details
Happiness as a fundamental human right and goal for all Happiness as a universal aspiration in the lives of all Happiness as a way of living, being, and serving communities and society Happiness as a north star for individuals, communities, governments, and society. Happiness path toward achieving the sustainable development goals Happiness as a “new…Details
‘Students from year 8 and 9 had the opportunity to develop some art work at Beacon gallery working alongside Fine artist Ian Andrews and Professor of Physics from the University of Birmingham, Patrick Knight. Students spent the day developing a range of creative pieces that were interpretations of what they had learned about particle physics.…Details
Our year 13 Performing Arts students and year 9 students took part in an excellent workshop this week in our brand-new purpose-built Dance Studio. The workshop was part of the wellness project offered as part of Rosehill Theatre’s Creative Wellness Season in partnership with Copeland Wellness Service. Hosted at The Whitehaven Academy we welcomed a…Details
A brilliant first home game in the new sports hall for our year 7 and 8 girls football team, with a 5-3 win against West Lakes Academy. It was an exciting game with some excellent football from both teams – a massive well done from Miss McCall and Mrs Clooney.
Children’s Mental Health Week is run by the children’s mental health charity to focus on the importance of looking after our emotional wellbeing from an early age. This year’s theme is ‘ Growing Together ‘. Human beings change and grow – we do it all the time and in many different ways. Physical growth…Details
This week Year 8 carried out a fieldwork enquiry, investigating micro climates around the school. They collected data from the quad, outside the Science classrooms, the wooded area and the all weather pitch. Next they will be focusing on their data presentation, analysis, conclusion and evaluation. Year_8_fieldwork_photosDetails