Welham Boys' School

Smooth Seas Do Not Make Skilful Sailors
-African proverb

With COVID-19 upending the established order, educators and students find themselves faced with their own set of challenges. While traditional methods of learning have become ineffective, we at Welham have taken the challenge head on. To that end, Welham has gone wholly virtual, covering every aspect of learning to the last detail. Using Microsoft Teams, all our classrooms have gone online, following the daily academic time table meticulously. We are glad to note that the educators and students have become perfectly accustomed to this new method, however, we await the arrival of our students. Not only academics, our Sports Staff have taken their game online, and upped it several notches! We are conducting morning PT online. Our coaches have gone the extra mile to self-record themselves and upload their own videos so students can relate more easily. By this we ensure that students keep themselves physically active. It's also a great way for students to stay in touch with their coaches. As we speak, we continue to innovate methods which allow students to excel in co-curricular areas of their choosing-- training debaters and quizzers, for instance. The pastoral team continues to stay in touch with prefects, and the bond between the teacher & taught continues to grow, from Strength to Strength!

Disclaimer

Welham Boys’ School started life as Welham Preparatory School way back in 1937, when Ms. Oliphant invested her humble capital and started the School in a rented building, which she called White House. Later, she rented another building Bethany that today is our dining hall. Welham Boys’ School started life as Welham Preparatory School way back in 1937, when Ms. Oliphant invested her humble capital and started the School in a rented building, which she called White House. Later, she rented another building Bethany that today is our dining hall. Welham Boys’ School started life as Welham Preparatory School way back in 1937, when Ms. Oliphant invested her humble capital and started the School in a rented building, which she called White House. Later, she rented another building Bethany that today is our dining hall.