Social, Moral, Spiritual, Cultural
Dimensions of Education at Winston
Art: The Exhibition
The work of Year 11 students was exhibited at a private viewing on Wednesday. The standard of the pieces was excellent and the work was supported by sketch books tracking the development of each exhibit. Thank you to Miss Sharma, Mrs Rothenburg and Mrs Ward for helping our students to reach their potential and for creating an evening aimed at celebrating success.
World Games Day
On Wednesday 25th June The Winston Churchill School held their annual World Games Day. This year was the biggest one yet with over 300 children in attendance from our local Primary Partnership Schools and more than 80 Young Leaders from Year 10 were involved. As always the World Games Day had an International theme, linking in with the current Football World Cup. Each Primary School represented a country from the World Cup Pools and created flags and a huge poster with interesting facts about their country. On arrival our Art Leaders face painted all the children with the flag of their country which always goes down very well, with most of our leaders getting involved too. Our Music leaders helped to keep everyone entertained with some great performances throughout the day. Once the events got underway, the day had a real buzz of excitement with children competing in activities such as assault courses, vortex throwing, sprinting and team building. This is also when our leaders really shone. On many occasions throughout the day I had teachers commenting on how impressed they were with all our students and I think they were excellent role models, representing Winston in such a positive way. The day concluded with a medal ceremony and the Music Leaders ensured we were all upstanding for our National Anthem which everyone sang beautifully.