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  • BWA students trek in Tanzania

    Published 19/09/18

    A dozen students from Brooke Weston Academy had the experience of a lifetime, climbing mountains in Tanzania and trekking with the Maasai. As part of their 21-day adventure the students also built a classroom in a local school and had a day-long safari, as well as time for rest and relaxation at a beach resort.

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  • Students get the scoop on ice cream museum!

    Published 26/07/18

    A group of GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition students explored a street food market and visited the Scoop ice cream exhibition at The British Museum of Food on a recent trip.

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  • Students attend MCM Comic Convention at the NEC

    Published 20/03/18

    A group of 15 students who are members of the Graphic Novel and Magna Book clubs in Year 7 to 11 joined students and staff from Corby Business Academy to attend the MCM Comic Convention at the NEC in Birmingham.

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  • Sixth Formers CERN trip

    Published 06/11/17

    A group of 12 Brooke Weston students visited CERN near Geneva, to talk to particle physicists about the ground-breaking research at the site, which is the world’s largest experiment.

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  • Centenary Battlefield Memorial film​​​​​​​

    Published 06/12/16

    Earlier this year two Year 12 students and a Year 10 student joined Beliefs, Philosophy and Ethics teacher Ms Coombe on the World War I Centenary Battlefield Memorial tour.

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  • Fairthorne 2016

    Published 01/11/16

    Brooke Weston students had a great team building residential at Fairthorne Manor with a wide range of sports and evening activities. Nearly the entire cohort of students attended the four-day trip to Southampton. It was a fun and interactive way of tutor groups to bond and spend time with their tutors.

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  • Students enjoyed action-packed Borneo trip

    Published 14/09/16

    Taking part in a jungle camp and learning to dive were just a couple of the highlights of this year’s expedition to Borneo. A handful of intrepid students made the month-long trip which had been two year’s in the planning.

    They learned junglecraft skills then climbed Mount Kinabalu, which was an 8km trek to the summit. They also constructed a wire mesh fence as part of their community project before learning how to scuba dive in the TAR islands, gaining their PADI Open Water certificates.

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