Year 12 Economics students enjoyed a two-day trip to the City of London. After a visit to the House of Commons to meet North Devon MP, Peter Heaton-Jones and watching the closing stages of a Brexit debate, the students had the opportunity to meet leaders of industry. The highlight was privileged access inside the Bank of England together with the time to question the bank's Executive Director, Lyndon Nelson.
More photos of the trip to the City of London can be found on our Facebook page.
More fantastic results for WBS Tennis with the senior mixed team playing for and successfully holding on to the Killard Levy Cup - the annual memorial match in remembrance of Simon Bridgman.
The senior mixed team recently played Blundell's and maintain their 100% record with both the 1st and 2nd team winning.
The U15 boys took on Kingsbridge School in Aegon Div. 2 playing in the Devon Semi Final - a draw at 2-2 following the singles' matches with the boys just missing out in the doubles. Well done to James Matthews, Toby Boyles, Ben Pugsley and Ollie Heath.
A great day of creativity and learning was had when Mrs Recycle visited the Nursery children. They learned all about recycling and the dangers of plastic in our seas, mainly the threat it poses to the sea creatures there and to the environment.
The Year 11 students celebrated the end of what has been an intense period of study for their GCSEs with a fabulous evening at Broomhill. They were able to relax, dress up and look forward to the next stage of their education.
More photos of the Year 11 celebrations can be found on our Facebook page.