The West Bridgford School

A Specialist Technology Academy

Celebration assembly week

The next week sees pupils across school experience our Celebration assemblies in an extended assembly slot. These are highlights of the school year and are a way of recognising and celebrating the effort and achievements of our pupils.
These are intended to be special and memorable occasions and atmosphere is created with special lighting effects, music and guests who give an inspirational message and distribute the prizes. We have been lucky to welcome a range of guests into school over recent years These have included Olympic stars at the Celebration assemblies held last Christmas - Tim Baillie, who won Gold in 2012 , Charlotte Henshaw, a Paralympic swimmer who won a silver medal in 2012 and gold medallist Richard Whitehead, who will also be well known for running 40 Marathons in 40 days! Another popular visitor was Joe Dempsie, a former pupil who has starred in Skins and Game of Thrones. We have also welcomed as special guests representatives from the charities that pupils have supported through their fundraising activities.
Prizes are very varied and some are provided by the school whilst others are donated by our local community. We are grateful to our supporters, notably Boots, Saul Isaac Photography, Nottingham forest FCC, Notts County Cricket Club and David Lloyd for their generous donation of prizes. If your business is able to support this initiative we would of course welcome any further offers.
Much of the success of these events is down to the tireless hard work and resolute searching for a bargain in the Sales of Mrs Clarke, one of our pastoral assistants.

Upcoming Events

Jun
27

8:30 am Tue 27 June 2017 - 2:45 pm Wed 28 June 2017

Jul
14

Fri 14 July 2017

Jul
17

8:30 am Mon 17 July 2017 - 2:45 pm Fri 21 July 2017

Jul
21

Fri 21 July 2017 8:30 am - 1:13 pm

Jul
24

8:30 am Mon 24 July 2017 - 2:45 pm Wed 26 July 2017

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