Photos of our Week with the Young Americans


At the Big Bang National Science and Engineering Competition, Year 10 CREST boys took part in breaking a world record, to pass 10L of water along a pupil chain of 200 pupils for water aid, well done boys. The blue wigs were compulsory, but meeting Jason Bradbury made up for that!

Well done to CREST award Year 10 boys at the Big Bang National Science and Engineering Competition. Sadly no prizes but a brilliant performance and a great opportunity to represent Wadebridge School at such a prestigious event. Click here for photos.

Write up from Tom Oatley


Cosmic Classrooms

Questions from Cornwall to the International Space Station

North Cornwall Secondary Schools Collaborative Approach to Drug Education

We have been working in partnership with Bodmin College, Sir James Smith’s School and Devon and Cornwall Police to coordinate a planned drug education programme across all three schools. The Police have delivered special assemblies this term to all students in the schools with a purpose to educate them about the harmful effects of drug use, the law surrounding illegal drugs and the powers of detection involving the use of a Passive Drug Dog. The Police will visit each school again during this academic year with a Police dog to carry out unannounced spot checks to help promote the message that schools should be drug free.

 Fundraising for Nepal Earthquake appeal

South West win for Year 9 CREST project.

Top Year 7 scientists enjoy day at the Big Bang South West.

Images from the Drama Showcase at Hall For Cornwall in January



News Bulletins

The following students all achieved their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award this half term:

Aleesha Darville
Keely Kuhnzack-Richards
Mary McWilliams
Thomas Cole
Reuben Gibbons
Gregory Wilmot
Karenza Carne
Amy Dalley


Two Sixth Form students achieved their Silver Award this month:

Bea Hodge and Jade Moine
Congratulations Everyone!


EmPower Plus Charity Fund Raising Event

Wadebridge School offer a student support service called EmPower Plus. This service is run by a group of Year 10 students. 
The role of the EmPower Plus mentors is to offer support to students in Year 7, 8 and 9 by offering help and advice at the lunchtime drop in centre.  As well as the regular lunchtime drop in's, EmPower Plus also offers a confidential email and text service, where students can contact them for help or support. The EmPower Plus Team decided to raise awareness of their service and raise money for a local charity at the same time. The charity they chose was Children's Hospice South West. They managed to raise a very respectable £615.00.
Sarah Stott, Senior Community Fundraiser for CHSW said “On behalf of everyone at CHSW, I would like to say a huge thank you to the students at Wadebridge School for raising such a fantastic amount for us through their non-school uniform day.   It really is wonderful that these young people have chosen to do something to help other children. Their generous donation will make such a huge difference to the children and families that we support at Little Harbour - thank you so much!"


Fundraising for FLEET

At Wadebridge school following demonstrations by the local charity FLEET, on how to use a defibrillator, Miss Bassett’s tutor group were inspired to hold a cake sale to raise money for the charity.  In one day students from 9CBT managed to raise £183 for FLEET in support of the Cornwall defibrillator project.  Pictured are students from 9CBT with Miss Bassett (left hand side) and Anne Rundle (centre) receiving the cheque on behalf of FLEET.


Defibrillator Awareness Training


Aerosols warning: letter to parents


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