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

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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Tea Fit For A Queen

Sixth Form and Year Eleven students at Writhlington welcomed members of the community to school for a guided tour a...

Award Winning Show to perform at Writhlington

Prospect Theatre welcome award-winning director for a special one off performance. Writhlington welcome back Exi...

Jumping To New Heights

After his success at the World Championships, Writhlington Year Eight student Corey Walkes has not relented in his ...

Students win first prize at National Science Competition

Five of Writhlington’s A Level scientists are celebrating winning the National Science Competition after two days o...

Writhlington Girls Rugby Kicks Off To A Superb Start

Diving in the mud and preparing for battle Year 7 and 8 girls embraced their first competitive rugby game. As th...

Top Prize for Students

Year 13 student Zoe Parfitt and Year 10 Ashley Teall are celebrating this week after winning the top prizes at ...

World Book Day Triumph

Writhlington’s staff and students celebrated World Book Day in style this year as colorful, creative and wacky cost...

A Challenge And A Half

Despite the cold and drizzly weather, over twelve thousand runners pounded the streets of Bath for the 33rd annual ...

Girls Reach County Finals

On Monday 3rd March Writhlington hosted the North East Somerset round of the Lady Taviners Under 15 girls cricket ...

Sporting Triumph for Year Ten Girls

Despite the wind, rain and hailstones, Year ten girls netball team left victorious from their match against Oldfiel...

Spring Orchid Even 2014

Writhlingtons Orchid Club will be opening the doors to their Orchid Empire for visitors on Thursday 6th March to a...

Students prepare for the finals of the National Science and Engineering competition.

This month is competition time as two teams of Writhlington students prepare to compete at the NEC Birmingham in th...

Twelve days, Thirty-seven Thousand Scouts and One Writhlington Student

Year Eight student Lydia Swanson has been chosen from hundreds of Scout ambassadors across the United Kingdom to re...

Gale force winds, Flood water and hailstones.

While most of us have taken to extended hibernation, a few brave souls have been battling against intense weather c...

Twitter Sensation

Sixth Form student Holly Powney has created quite the stir in the twitter world after tweeting her hand painted por...

Election Success Third Year Running

Year Twelve student Edward Joseph has been elected to represent thousands of young people across Bath and North Eas...

Christine Sprowell visits Writhlington School

This term Writhlington students welcomed Christine Sprowell, The Tennis Foundation\'s Further Education Manage...

Charity Showcase Concert 2014

Writhlington and Downside Schools have a long held tradition of hosting charity showcases celebrating the wealth o...