Clubs, Activities and Societies

Clubs which meet at least once a week:

  • Army Cadets
  • Badminton Club
  • Big Band
  • Chess
  • Choir
  • Close Harmony Group
  • Cross Country
  • Debating
  • Drama
  • GCSE Latin
  • Gifted & Talented
  • Indian Drumming
  • Jazz
  • Junior Jazz Band
  • Law
  • Life Drawing
  • Physics Society
  • Rowing
  • Steel Band
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis
  • Weight training (all mornings)
  • Wind Band

Tuesdays from 3.05 pm – 4.00 pm


This runs on Thursdays 3.05 – 4.00 pm in Pupil Services


TWBS Physics Society Open Lectures by visiting Professors.

All welcome: students, parents and other interested parties.

Forthcoming Events:

Friday 3rd March 2017 – 15.40 - 17.00 in the Performance Area
Speaker:  Dr Ralph Schoenrich - Oxford University
Topic:  The History Of Our Milky Way


Past events:

Friday 27th January 2017

Speaker:  Dr Michael Sutherland, Cambridge University
Topic:      Superconductivity and the Quantum World

Friday 25th November 2016

Speaker:  Mr Ian Glover, Bloodhound Ambassador
Topic:       Bloodhound SSC

Friday 15th April 2016 - Cybernetics and the Robotics Revolution

Speaker: Dr John Baruch

  • Director of the Bradford Robotics Telescopes
  • Former head of department of Cybernetics and Innovative Systems at the University of Bradford
  • He currently holds posts at the University of Bradford, the Open University and the South China Technology University Guangzhou
Tuesday 1st March 2016 - The Lonely Universe: The Search for Aliens

Speaker: Professor Chris Lintott

  • Professor of Astrophysics in the Department of Physics at Oxford University
  • Primary Presenter of the BBC Series:  ‘The Sky at Night’
Friday, 5th February 2016 – Rosetta Mission

Speaker:  Dr Andrew Morse:

  • A Researcher in the department of Physical Sciences at the Open University
  • Dr Morse was one of the scientists behind the Rosetta mission
Friday, 29th January 2016 – Nanotechnology

Speaker:  Professor Russell Cowburn

  • Professor of Experimental Physics at the University of Cambridge


The Physics Society is run by the students and the lectures have been arranged entirely by the students themselves.