The Humanities faculty recently ran a competition for staff and students to decorate hardboiled eggs and place them in an historical, geographical or religious setting.
This year’s National Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day took place on Saturday 18th March. Its aim was to highlight the issues surrounding Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE); encouraging everyone to think, spot and speak out against abuse to prevent adults developing inappropriate relationships with children or children developing inappropriate relationships with other children.
In the run up to the national awareness day, a group of Withernsea High School students attended a CSE Youth Summit at Hessle High School. The summit was organised by ‘Not In Our Community’ – a Humberside Police initiative to protect young people from grooming and child sexual exploitation.
Back in January, a number of our students attended the East Riding School’s Basketball Competition at South Hunsley School where they successfully competed in two teams against other schools.
Following their successes at that event, the teams made it through to the regional basketball championship finals which took place yesterday (5th April) at Grimsby Institute.
After the huge success of British Science Week, a number of students were given the opportunity to take part in an additional STEM activity the following week which explored the energy generated by wind turbines.
On Tuesday 21st March, 40 Year 9 students took part in ‘The Power Race’ – a unique challenge where learners worked in teams of four to design and construct a working model of a wind turbine.