The next Sixth Form Open Evening will be held on Tuesday 26 September between 5pm and 9pm 

Main School Open Day will be held on Saturday 7 October between 9.30am and 1.30pm

There is no need to book a place - just arrive on the day and allow enough time to look around!



Infant & Junior News

Mad Hair

On Children in Need day the Infant and Junior School was awash with children sporting a variety of 'mad hair' creations, from spiky to multi-coloured with one even adorned with balloons!

All of the children entered into the spirit of this occasion in order to help raise money for Children in Need. As well as the 'mad hair' element of the day, Miss Trafford and the children in 5T held a cake sale during break times and after school. This was a great success and a fantastic £108.40 wa...

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Introducing the new House Captains

The Junior School pupils have voted in their new House Captains for the year.

After a selection process that included the prospective Captains all making a short speech to their House, the pupils each cast their votes. The House Masters reported there was an excellent standard of speeches and preparation involved, and the children had difficult decisions to make, in some House...

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Eid we go

The Infant School celebrated Eid Mubarak with a range of fun and exciting activities.

These ranged from food tasting, Bollywood dancing, mehndi patterns and card making. The children had a fantastic time learning about the cultural celebrations of Eid. Well done Infant School!

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Royal celebrations

The children in Junior School had a wonderful day celebrating Queen Elizabeth II becoming our longest reigning monarch.

In the morning every year group tackled a different art project to honour our Queen. These included: designing coins; creating a timeline of stamps; portraits in the style of Andy Warhol and digital bunting. The afternoon started with games of rounders and cricket and concluded with a fantastic After...

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Richard's marathon effort for Children's Hospice

 Since the beginning of September 2014 Richard Whall a Year 3 teacher in the Junior School has been on a Run Streak, running a minimum of one mile every day.

Already he has clocked 1,100 miles and burnt nearly 150,000 calories in 295 days and he continue running until he reaches his target of 365 days, all to support Brian House Children’s Hospice in Blackpool ( ) He has also completed my first ever marathon, ...

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