On Tuesday 29 May, West Buckland School will be hosting an Exeter Chiefs rugby camp. The camp is for children, both boys and girls, aged 7 - 14 years and available for those that have either played before or who are completely new to the game.
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A great achievement for students that took part in and completed Ten Tors over the weekend. A fantastic effort by all - congratulations!
Year 10 students who completed the 35 mile course were: Phoebe Banbury, Aidan Beckley, Amy Brown, Elena Espinosa-Cabrera, Daisy Gatehouse, James Given, Lily Guildford, Karl Howlett, James Matthews, Fraser O'Brien, Lucy Price and James Tyson.
Our 55 mile walkers from Year 12 were: Archie Guildford, Charlie Haines, Kian Hayles-Cotton, John Skinner, William Wardle and Isaac Windley.
Congratulations must also go to two other students, Chris Fleming (55 miles) and Henry Moore, who completed the course with other groups.
West Buckland School, in coordination with the North Devon Astronomical Society, will once again host the Sir Patrick Moore Memorial Lecture and Black Tie Dinner on Friday 8th June 2018. This year's lecture will be given by Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, perhaps the world's most famous female scientist, who started her career by discovering pulsars while at Cambridge University.
The annual event is always popular with students, parents and the wider community and this year's event promises to be the best yet.
Tickets for the black tie meal and lecture, served in The Karslake Hall at 6pm, are £25 for a single and £45 for a double ticket. For those just wanting to attend the lecture, which takes place at 7.45pm in the 150 theatre, the price is £5 and free for students.
WBS students were commended and awarded for their efforts at the North Devon Manufacturers Awards, held at Barnstaple Hotel on the 10th May.
Entries came from schools across North Devon and were judged by designers, manufacturers and retail experts from the industry. Comments from the judges praised the exceptional level of craftmanship and diverse range of techniques used, with all of the students having considered the environment and having used both traditional and more advanced processes reflecting those used in the industry. The standard of work was so high that the judges felt that the products had the opportunity to be sold commercially.
Angus Bardner was awarded 1st prize in his category, winning £100 and a Dartington Crystal trophy.
Nicole Tse was awarded 1st prize in her category, winning £100 and a Dartington Crystal trophy.
Jade Freeman and Sam Wong were runners-up, while Beth Cork and Nathan Chambers were highly commended.
This is a fantastic result for our talented and hard working students. Congratulations!