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…

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…

Volleyball players go international!

Three of our students recently played for Wirral Volleyball Club in a highly anticipated match against Buenos Aires team from Argentina.  Eloise, Lois and Abbie had a great game and their ​contribution supported their team to victory against the international team.  Congratulations to the girls and their team mates on this achievement! 

Our Tribe Takes to the Water

Twelve lucky students accompanied Miss Gore, Miss McCabe, and Miss Hepke kayaking around the Royal Albert Dock complex of waterways in Liverpool. Their day was part of an initiative called ‘Find My Tribe’, in which confidence and communication skills are developed through sport.

We’ve Completed the Cube!

The theme for the 2019 National Sports Week is Five Ways to Wellbeing: being active, connecting, giving back, taking notice, and learning. Thanks to our PE department, we have completed eight activities in support of the week, timetabled as ‘the cube’! Year groups 7 to 10 have been involved, and all have completed the cube’s…

Prenton’s Powerful Performance ahead of National Sports Week

National School Sports Week at the end of June celebrates the power of Physical Education and school sport in general to improve every young person’s wellbeing. With many young people struggling with issues nationally, the week demonstrates how good, quality, physical education could support them. With other, like-minded schools, teachers, parents, young people and others,…