Monday, 3 April 2017


Barista Success

On Tuesday 28th March, the “Greeno Centre Day Care Shepperton Dementia Patients “ came to our Café for afternoon tea, where they were served with tea and coffee and sandwiches, sausage rolls and homemade cakes .

 When Mrs Crowe went to have a chat with them, they had nothing but praise for our students ( Molly MgGuire , Molly Peachey , Jayden Hylands and Morgan Gravett) These four students did an amazing job and represented Winston in such a positive way;  'Service before Self'.  They have now finished their Barista course having all passed their qualifications and Mrs Clark, our Barista Tutor, looks forward to seeing the next cohort of students, to train, after the Easter holiday. 

Assemblies at Winston

We love to celebrate the success of our students and staff at Winston and at the end of every term we hold celebration assemblies.  We all enjoy celebrating aspects of school life including attendance, sporting success, achievement points and community service, alongside academic achievement.  Everyone has the opportunity to be recognised for the contribution that they make to Winston.  Part of the celebration is to enjoy some of our outstanding performers, as they showcase their talents.  sadly I was unable to attend the Year 10 assembly last week but look forward to the summer term celebrations.

Year 11 Celebration Assembly

Celebrating Sporting Success!

Year 9 Celebration Assembly

Year 8 Assembly

Celebrating Achievement Points!

Year 7 Assembly

  Thank you to our Form Tutors

 Thank you to our great Peer Mentors.

 Sports Leaders sharing their team's success.

 Finishing with the whole cohort and the Hand Jive from Grease!!

Year 10 Easter Egg Hunt!

Last week in tutor time 10LSN spent some time planning and creating their Easter baskets ready for Friday morning's Easter Egg hunt around the classroom. A few students lead the way with their successful designs, such as Nishant's basket which incorporated handles and Rihanna's small compact and sturdy basket. Other students spent longer on their decorating with Vlad meticulously drawing an Easter bunny and Dylan preparing a more abstract Easter pattern. When it came to the actual Easter Egg hunt special mention must go to Liam who's fast reaction skills meant he cleared one corner of the room before some students had even got their hands on their baskets! Once students had found all their eggs we sat down to a challenging Easter Quiz with a mixture of religious, cultural and music questions. For example, when Jesus died on the cross what natural phenomenon then occurred, and, who does the straw doll which some Christians burn around Easter time represent?