3rd March 2021
From midday 2nd March 2021, all pupils were encouraged to move away from their computer screens for 24 hours. With the temporary switch to online learning, most pupils were spending the majority of their day staring at computer screens, and the School decided it was important for their physical and mental wellbeing to give them, and their teachers, a well deserved break. Each department created a programme of activities which fell into six categories: ‘Building & Making’, ‘Communication’, ‘Ethics’, ‘Experiments’, ‘In The Kitchen’ and ‘Outdoors’. Pupils could then choose to complete as many of the activities as many as they wanted.
The instructions were simple.
Below is small selection of some of the amazing work we received. A very well done to all the pupils involved.
King Edward’s Witley has launched a Spy Academy video game alongside the interactive 360° virtual tour. The game is an interactive and innovative way for children to explore the School and earn their Spy Agent status. Director of Admissions and Communications, Mr Justin Benson, says “Choosing the right secondary school is one of the most...