Time for Me – Time for Breakfast!

Lauren, Teagan and Penelope, are pictured here sharing breakfast with Amanda Dunbar, Student Services and Michelle Higgins, School Counsellor. They were part of a group of Year 7 students meeting up for breakfast before school started to catch up after participating in a ‘Time for Me’ group. ‘Time for Me’ met weekly over four weeks…

Our Parliament Gets the Job Done!

Thanks to Year 10 Amy, Chair of Prenton Parliament, this half-term’s session ably dealt with five items of business raised by form representatives – as well as three items raised under ‘Any Other Business’. Well done everyone, for working so efficiently together and for completing business within the time restraints of lunchtime!

Ellie’s Lines Win Great War Accolade

Following local poet Charlie Lea’s WW1 workshops last November with our Year 7 students as part of the Wilfred Owen Commemoration event, he was asked by Frank Field MP to select a winning entry from each of the Wirral schools involved. We are delighted that 7H2 student Ellie-Mae was selected by Charlie to be one…

More on Mental Health

Lunchtime activities continued today as we celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week. Following on from Wednesday’s Yoga, we saw students relaxing as they learned how to make a paper swan. Year 9 student Emily (pictured here with Year 8 student Caitlyn) led the activity in front of a full room, all creating their own individually designed…

Premier League Kicks Tournament

Well done to Amy, (Year 9), Bonnie-Mae, Abbie (both Year 10), and Amy, Daisy (both pictured here), Junemarie, Madaleine, and Chloe (all Year 11), who travelled to the University of Warwick in April to play for the Liverpool FC Foundation team in the Premier League Kicks Tournament. There were 65 professional football clubs represented and…

We’re Up for a Debate!

Many congratulations to our debating team of Year 8 students Phoebe and Mia (pictured) and Year 9 student Faith who took part in the PiXL ‘Up for Debate’ competition. We were one of twenty-five competing schools from across the North West who travelled to St Peter’s School in York during the Spring holiday in April….