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  • Young Enterprise Employability Day

    13th June 2019
    Year 10 welcomed the Young Enterprise Team into school this week to develop their employability skills.  Students started the day by looking at their personal and unique qualities which they could use when completing...More
  • Inset Day (Friday 5th July 2019)

    12th June 2019
    Dear Parents/Carers There will be an INSET day on Friday 5th July for staff training and development and therefore school will be closed on this day. School will resume on Monday 8th July at the normal time. Many...More
  • Make it Count (Mental Health Guide for Parents/Carers)

    12th June 2019
    Mental health and Mental illness are part of a ‘spectrum’ just as physical health and illness are and the Mental Health Foundation have produced a "Make it Count" guide for Parents/Carers to support your child's Mental...More
  • Strengthening links with Singapore School

    10th June 2019
    The Principal Mr Reynolds visited Katong Convent High School in Singapore in January spending a week working alongside their staff and Children and sharing ideas for best practice between both schools.  After the visit Mr...More
  • Science Roadshow

    31st May 2019
    Last week our Science Department had the pleasure of watching two Roadshows from the Lancaster University and the University of Central Lancashire. As part of the roadshow they demonstrated how space time travel really...More