Success at Wirral Sports Awards

It was a successful evening for Prenton High School at the annual Wirral Sports Awards, which celebrates exceptional sporting talent across the borough.    We were extremely proud of Cora, who fought off strong competition to win the Young Sports Volunteer of the Year award. The category was open to young people aged between 11 and 17…

First Meeting of Prenton Parliament

Prenton Parliament has met for the first time this academic year. The Learning Resource Base was packed with students who came along to represent their forms and it was inspiring to see so many young people involved with productive discussions about uniform, break time areas, the dining hall and school corridors.  Prenton Parliament is just…

Fantastic Turnout for Open Evening

It was wonderful to meet so many families at our recent open events so thank you to everyone who came along. The events were important opportunities for year 6 pupils, parents or carers to meet Prenton staff and students to find out more about how we are collectively making a difference. Our student ambassadors did…

Prenton High School goes Gold!

We are in high spirits after achieving the coveted Gold School Games Mark! Facilitated by the Youth Sports Trust, the award is government-led initiative and recognises our commitment to the development of competition during 2018/19 academic year. To achieve the Gold accolade, schools must meet the highest standards for criteria including participation, competition, workforce and…

Award from National Charity

A national charity has recognised Prenton High School for Girls as being an ‘ADHD Friendly school’. Presented by the ADHD Foundation, the award highlights the school’s commitment to being a safe, nurturing and welcoming place that supports students to reach their academic potential.  Prenton High School received special recognition for its assessment system and the…

Code Breakers off to a flying start

Prenton Cyber Code Breakers met for the first time this week and enrolled on the government’s exciting Cyber Discovery Programme. The initiative is open to  13 to 19 year olds with the aim of developing skills in Cyber Security. The course is broken into four stages and if students successfully complete the majority of 13…