Last week, students began their first session for the newly formed Rotherham United/Wickersley Football Scholarship. Share this articleShare via: TwitterFacebook
Mrs Mason and Mrs Broadhead teamed up to lead WERC (Wickersley Empathy and Restoration in the Community) with Year 9 students.
The project has seen students developing an understanding of their local community and how they can look after the area they live.
The project was in partnership with RMBC, Neighbourhood Partnership Team and students have had the opportunity to decide on the rules for the new Flanderwell Park. They then designed posters for the final rule board to go in the park.
Eleanor Longden-Plant from 9G pulled together the ideas to create the final design. Her work is outstanding and will become reality within the next few months.
The students involved in the project were Max Hodson, Logan Broomhead, Lewis Elsey, Aaron Winter, Tom Hurst, Kian Moffatt, James Foxton, Alex Hoyland, Leo Preece, Alana Wainwright, Niamh Morrison, Madison Hatswell, Maddie Concannon and Niamh Weyman.