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  • Year 9 Education Initiative

    Published 03/04/23

    Year 9 learn about the consequences of serious crime during a series of workshops

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  • Baroness Young visits Brooke Weston Academy as part of the Peers in School scheme

    Published 01/10/18

    Brooke Weston Academy hosted a talk from a member of the House of Lords to encourage students to become more engaged with the political and parliamentary process.

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  • BWA team presents at final of Northants County Schools Challenge

    Published 10/07/18

    Well done to the team from Brooke Weston Academy whose innovative idea to develop a road safety app won them a place in the final of the Northants County Schools Challenge.

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  • BWA students go through to finals of County Schools Challenge

    Published 06/07/18

    Congratulations to Year 9 students, Callum Slattery, Dylan Lewis, Callum Broomfield and Stanley Evans, whose innovative road safety idea has been selected for the final stage of a county-wide competition run by Northants Police and Fire service.

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  • BWA students present County Challenge ideas on road safety

    Published 18/06/18

    Students have been presenting innovative ideas to senior leaders at Brooke Weston Academy, in order to promote road safety as part of the County Schools Challenge, a ‘Dragons’ Den’ style competition run by Northants Police and Fire service.

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  • Brooke Weston students take part in National Citizen Service

    Published 12/09/17

    More than 45 Brooke Weston students, the largest cohort represented in the Northamptonshire area, took time out during their summer break to take part in the National Citizen Service programme.

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  • Christmas markets

    Published 21/12/16

    As a fantastic end to the term, students from Year 10 ran their annual Christmas markets over two consecutive days where sweets and home made gifts were sold to raise money for charities.

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