Every School has its own traditions, its own ethos, its own identity, and its own purpose. The purpose of Westcliff High School for Boys (WHSB) is to provide an excellent education for our pupils, supporting them in their journey to adulthood by developing character and intellect within a happy and scholarly community.
To this end WHSB provides exceptional teaching and a wealth of extra-curricular activities to develop the Learner Profile attributes in our pupils through a unique education filled with exciting, challenging and enjoyable experiences.
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The other charity event taking place today was Staff Sumo Wrestling. Well done to the staff who took part - it looked like hard work! https://t.co/pDHxM42i0Y
Our first Charity Year event of 2019/20 was a Head Shaving at break time today. Those who took part were good sports and some of them look rather surprised with the end result! We are raising funds for Gold Geese and the Ewan Lane Music Foundation. https://t.co/I1ka3CzyyU
WHSB took a clean sweep of awards at this year's Mother Tongue, Other Tongue MFL Poetry competition last night. This competition is organised by Routes into Languages and the University of Cambridge. Congratulations to Quinn, Ali, Ethan and Mathew! https://t.co/GE6CANfP3N
Here are some of the boys who took part in the international Collins Vocab Express League of Champions this week, winning top place in the Genius Cup for their School. They demonstrated their linguistic skills in no less than 14 different languages! https://t.co/PirHcQjRvd
Congratulations to our 1st XV who beat @KEGSPEandSPORT in a very close encounter 21-14. Super rugby by two committed rugby teams. #blues
The MFL Department were delighted that seven of our pupils were shortlisted for the Mother Tongue, Other Tongue Poetry Eastern Region Competition. At the celebration event, which was held yesterday at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, four pupils went on to win their Year Group competitions: Quinn, Ali, Ethan and Mathew. This competition is organised annually by Routes into Languages in association with the University of Cambridge, and celebrates poetry as a vehicle for celebrating unity and appreciating other languages and cultures. Congratulations to all of our shortlisted pupils, and to the winners!