Storm Callum Does Not Stop Silver!

Having successfully completed their qualifying weekend in September, our Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award candidates have returned to the Lancashire countryside – this time for their assessment expedition. Unfortunately for our intrepid students an unwelcome weekend guest joined them in the form of Storm Callum, bringing very wet and windy weather. There were reports of…

Students’ Shrines Shine

As part of their RE studies this term, our Year 8 students have been looking at the importance that shrines have in the lives of Hindus and the sacred part they play in their worship. To help them gain a deeper understanding of the Hindu culture, students were set a Home Learning project to create…

Holly’s Virtual Race helps Charity

‘Well done’ to Year 10 student Holly who has run 10k in the Great British Cake Off Virtual Race. A virtual race is one that can be run, jogged, or walked from any location you choose on a road, trail, track, or treadmill, and allows you to run your own race, at your own pace,…

Cricket Team Successes Recognised

The Wirral Sports Forum Annual Awards ceremony is the largest, most prestigious multi- sports awards event on Wirral and their annual awards ceremony for 2018 was held last night at Hulme Hall, Port Sunlight with the Mayor of Wirral Councillor Tony Smith attending. There are eleven categories open to all Wirral based sports people and…

Every Second Counts!

Our Welcome to Key Stage 4 evening in September – for Year 10s and their parents – provided a wealth of information and useful strategies to help them in the run-up to their GCSE exams. Organised by Mrs Fraser, Deputy Headteacher, and Miss Hockenhull, Year 10 Progress Leader, valuable advice and top tips were delivered…

Prenton Enjoys the Sunshine

Before Storm Callum arrives on Wirral, we have been enjoying a few days of tranquil weather. Our school is pictured here, capturing some glorious late autumn sunshine.