Welcome to William Howard School, where we strive every day to challenge our students and staff to live by the school's core values: “Respect, Responsibility, Resilience”. We have a clear expectation that every student will strive to be the best that they can be in all that they do.  This extends to all within the school community and you will find that staff and students work together to achieve the very best outcomes. 

Read the full introduction from Mr McAree (Headteacher) >>


  • Alone I sing; together we perform

    Alone I sing; together we perform

    Cumbria Education Trust are holding their first musical performance with children and young people performing from across all of the Trust’s family of schools at Theatre by the …Read More »
  • High 5 Netball Tournament

    High 5 Netball Tournament

    We held our annual High 5 Netball tournament on Tuesday, 26th September. Nine teams from seven of our feeder primaries took part with pupils from Brampton, Hayton, Great Corby, …Read More »
  • Archaeological excavation

    Archaeological excavation

    Ten of our students and three members of staff became archaeologists for the day and helped to uncover the remains of the late 3rd/ early 4th Century Roman …Read More »
  • Inclusion Football

    Inclusion Football

    On Friday, 29 September a group of students represented William Howard School at the first Cumberland FA Football Inclusion Event of the year at Netherhall School near Maryport. …Read More »
  • Business Studies Question Time

    Business Studies Question Time

    As part of their Controlled Assessment GCSE exam Year 11 Business Studies students took part in a Question Time event in the performance hall on Friday, 22 September. …Read More »
  • Young Ambassadors

    Young Ambassadors

    A level Business Studies joined Carlisle Ambassadors at their recent meeting as Young Ambassadors. The students were paired with a business mentor during the event and listened to …Read More »
  • Prepare for Launch!

    Prepare for Launch!

    Future space engineers from William Howard School selected for national robotics challenge. William Howard School has been chosen from 196 schools across the country to take part in …Read More »