Our year 12 students are getting their teeth into making a wave machine using skewers, duct tape and jelly babies. Although a few babies were lost in the making (😂), a fully working wave machine was built and wave speed, frequency and wavelength measured and calculated.
School Transport: Lowca, Bransty, Parton, Kells, Greenbank, Woodhouse, Mirehouse Please see the timetable for the bus service we have set up solely for The Whitehaven Academy students. This is for students who DO NOT HAVE A BUS PASS WITH SCHOOL TRANSPORT or access to any other buses. A reminder that a single is £1.30 and…Details
Students from The Whitehaven Academy collected their results on site and were finally able to celebrate their hard work in GCSE’s. Following the challenges of lockdown and the uncertainty of results nationally, it was wonderful to see students and parents receive good news, with many planning to return to the new West Coast Sixth Form…Details
All CET students and staff were encouraged to complete a mile in the most creative way possible.Details
Year 10 have been doing independent research into renewable energy resources as part of the GCSE Physics course. Bethany McDonnell has produced this fantastic report and display covering all the tasks set and to a very high standard. I have also been informed that Bethany has really enjoyed doing this piece of work. It definitely…Details
More excellent examples of work from our students for the Learning Festival. Well done to the following students: Fin Richardson Tilly Gregg Jacob Dineley Isaac Walkingshaw Holly Kitchen Khai Chapman Here is Tilly’s boat challenge. It is a pirate ship and has 2 x 120g bags of rice and some oxo cubes in and it…Details
There were lots of amazing entries and creative designs submitted which made the judging of this competition incredibly hard.Details