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Writhlington School and the local community have benefited from the £42 million investment.

This has produced an incredible learning environment for our students, complete with industry-standard, state-of-the-art resources within a stunning setting. In fact, Writhlington School was recognised as the best new-build secondary school in the country in 2012 by the British Council for School Environments. However, it is what goes on behind its doors that I believe makes Writhlington simply remarkable.

The behaviour and attributes of a Writhlington student are second to none; I am privileged to work with incredible young people, as well as exceptional staff.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

As you know our Open Evening is on Thursday 25 September. As in previous years the school will be closing early in...

Young Gardener of the year leads team to gold.

The Writhlington School orchid growers are celebrating winning two major awards this summer. Fifteen year old, J...

Pupils at the new Mendip Studio School to develop bio-technology in Rwanda

An innovative biotechnology project developed at Writhlington school is set to become a key component of the curric...

Hard work pays off for Writhlington high fliers

Writhlington students produced another strong set of GCSE results this year despite turbulence in the examination s...

Records hit new heights at Writhlington

Sixth Form students at Writhlington are celebrating a record-breaking year of A Level results. Over a third of the ...

New Science and Technology Studio School at Writhlington Campus Next Year

The Department of Education has announced that Writhlington School’s application to open a brand new \'Studio ...

Tanzania Update Wednesday 25 July

News is through that the group are all safely down Mount Meru. Mr Moore reports it was hard work and everyone is t...

Tanzania Update – Monday 21 July

The latest news from Tanzania is that everyone is well. Alison Blofeld reports that they have just finished the con...

Students Raise Awareness Of ME

Over two hundred and fifty thousand people in Britain suffer from ME with thousand of people undiagnosed or sufferi...

Girls Make National Finals

On Wednesday 9th July, the Under 15 girls cricket team represented Somerset in the South West regional rounds of th...

Outstanding art at The National Students Art Exhibition 2014

Seven pieces of art from Writhlington students were selected from thousands across the country to be exhibited at t...

Emily Farebrother awarded RBA Art scholarship

The National Students’ Art Exhibition 2014 has been held at the Mall Galleries, London. This is the twelfth year of...

Young Scientists Win Grant

Three Writhlington Students aged twelve and thirteen have won a £600 research grant from the Whitley Wildlife C...

Cheering Their Way To The Top

Writhlington’s very first cheerleading team have come out on top following a trip to the British Cheerleading Assoc...

Bike Project Launch a Success

Students have been given the opportunity to Join Writhlington’s first Bike Project coordinated by inclusion manager...

Dressed to impress!

Last week over two hundred and sixty Year 10 students took part in a Mock Interview and Careers day. Through out...

Race For Life

If there is one thing that students at Writhlington are passionate about it’s Fundraising for charity and this year...

Year Ten Take Victory

The year ten girls rounders team played in the B&NES district tournament on Tuesday last week at Norton Hill sc...