Welcome to Bishop Wordsworth's
Foundation

What is the BWS Foundation?

The BWSF has 3 main aims:

a) To help all Wordsworthians (W's) in their future careers with internships

b) Our BWS Corporate Partnership Scheme

c) Bursaries to help disadvantaged students come to BWS

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If you can see the sky away from street lights later tonight there is a double event happening. At 9:20pm there is an almost perfect overhead pass of the ISS from west to east for 6 minutes followed ...

27 May
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RT @WiltsSport: We are so excited to tell you all about the Virtual Wiltshire School Games that is coming to you from 1st June! Follow us,…

26 May
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RT @BWSDofE: More great advice an online training from ⁦@H5adventure⁩ to support all our students this year. News and plans for the future…

26 May
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British Museum...one of the greatest museums on the planet - in your living room! (Thanks for the reminder ⁦@thegardenbird⁩) https://t.co/6f2rQ31iEB

26 May
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Ok...not QUITE as good as NHM South Ken, but still great for lockdown exploration...! https://t.co/UGcQkYjL35

25 May
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New Banksy piece celebrates superhero health workers | Banksy | The Guardian https://t.co/h0RipeJppQ

25 May
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An uplifting poem for half term...Andrew Scott reads Derek Mahon’s ‘Everything is Going to be Alright’ https://t.co/CQEZIYYaLM

25 May
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BBC Radio 4, 800th Anniversary Sermon, May 2020

Preached on Radio 4 to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the founding of Salisbury Cathedral, Sunday 3rd May 2020.

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24 May

What's Happening At Bishop Wordsworth's School

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Half Term Break
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Our Heritage

The Bishop’s School, as it was then called, opened on its current site on the 16th April 1890 with 45 boys. Girls were welcomed in 1902 and the school was coeducational until 1927. We now have around 1000 pupils across the school, about 300 of whom are in the Sixth Form.

The legacy of Bishop John Wordsworth and our heritage and traditions are something we are very proud of. The marriage of old and new, historical roots and innovative development makes for a unique educational experience for every one of our students.

With our privileged location within the Close and monthly school services in the splendour of the Cathedral, lasting memories are created for current and former students alike.

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