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…

Recognition for sports achievements

It’s been a busy start to term for our PE Department, with numerous students achieving some well-deserved recognition. From Prenton Parliament to the Duke of Edinburgh Award, we are proud to offer our students a wide range of different leadership opportunities. This includes the Sports Leaders Programme, which is designed to use sport and physical…

Royal Academy Accolade for Abbie

The Royal Academy of Arts is an art institution based in London, run by artists since 1768, and famous for the eminent artists and architects it exhibits. When Mr Taylor, Subject Leader – Creative Industries, heard earlier this year that they were asking for submissions to their first Young Artist’s Summer Show, he entered fifty…

Sports Day Lights up the Oval

Against the impressive backdrop of the Bebington Oval, made famous by the 1981 film Chariots of Fire, a new set of Olympians graced the stadium for the 2019 Prenton High School Sports day. With over 350 Years 7, 8 and 9s attending our gloriously sunny Sports Day, the stadium resounded to the loud cheers of…

Art Exhibition for our Birkenhead Sixth Formers  

Congratulations to former students Eleanor and Anthony who had their artwork displayed at the end of year exhibition at Birkenhead Sixth Form College. The exhibition is the culmination of their two-year A-level course in which they have covered a wide range of themes in their studies, and using a variety of mediums in their work…