Open Evening 2019 

On the most beautiful of autumnal evenings, WCSA once again opened its doors for our annual Year 6 Open Evening. Hundreds of prospective students and their families joined us for what was a most enjoyable event.

The evening started well with informative talks from our CEO, Mr Neville Coles, our Principal, Jacqui Scott and our Head Boy and Head Girl, Finley and Daisy, to a packed Auditorium. After the talks, families were encouraged to take a tour with our student tour guides. The tour guides (some of which only started with us this month) enthusiastically showed the families around each department and were invited to join in the activities that were on offer.

There were explosions in science, games in maths and a “Poet-Tree” was created in English. Students took part in team games and fun sports activities in PE and there was a chance to ice a cake in DT and make a keyring in Art. Students entertained us with live music in and around the school, with buskers playing under the canopy and classical instruments being played in the Music Department. Families also got a chance to get a sneak preview of our upcoming show “Spamalot”, as rehearsals were taking place in our drama studio.


Finally, the families made their way to our fantastic restaurant where they were served samples of our school menu, alongside cakes and dessert pots. 

The success of WCSA was clearly evident last night from our students who were keen to show off their school, which they are incredibly proud of and they were also keen to demonstrate the skills and talents they have learnt whilst here.

Feedback from the evening has been very positive, and includes:

Our tour guide was very helpful and extremely proud to show us “his” school”

“I have been blown away by the passion of the staff and the enthusiasm of the students, there has been some wonderful talent on display”

“Our tour guide, Murphy, was very helpful and answered my daughter’s questions”

“I just wanted to say what a brilliant school Worle is, so much information and support for pupils!”

“The science experiments were amazing

Photos were taken by our talented Year 11 student photographers Shay Mcgill and Josh Heal.

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