Our Big Boost in Biology Burst Session

A group of our Year 11 GCSE Biology students had a welcome surprise when they attended a quick ‘burst’ revision session yesterday morning with Progress Leader and teacher of Science, Miss Hockenhull. Demonstrating the importance of a healthy and nutritious start to the day, she provided a range of fruit and fruit juice prior to…

Field Trips Provide Plenty to Study

Our Year 10 GCSE Geography students have had a busy week with two trips in which to study ‘in the field’. Tuesday saw them heading to Formby Point where they studied the sand dune ecosystem. There, they also came face to face with some famous Formby residents – their red squirrels – but, unfortunately, there…

Good Luck Year 11s!

The final Year 11 assembly before the start of the GCSE exams certainly grabbed students’ attention! Each received a pack of jelly beans as they gathered in the Main Hall and soon all became clear. Deputy Headteacher Mrs Fraser’s assembly was the conclusion in a series of Prepare to Perform sessions over a number of…

Keep Calm – Get Revising!

Year 10s have certainly had a busy morning, with their studies split between the Brook sessions in the Main Hall and Revision Skills tuition in the gymnasium delivered by Mrs Fraser, Deputy Headteacher. Their revision sessions. preparing them for the important year ahead, were part of the PiXL (Partners in Excellence) partnership scheme, in which…

An Evening of Celebration

Our 2016 Annual Awards Evening was a very special event, not only because we were able to catch up with and recognise the achievements of last year’s Year 11 students but also our current Year 11s. In addition, we were proud to welcome back former student Ms Aleisha Edwards as our guest speaker. Since leaving…

Celebrating strong GCSE results

Students at Prenton High School are once again celebrating another strong set of GCSE results. Results continue to remain strong throughout the school with students achieving results in a wide range of subjects; results in both English and maths are once again well above national averages. 67% of students achieved at least a grade C…