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  • GREAT EXAM SUCCESS

    Posted: 13/08/15

    We are extremely proud of our A-level students and the results reflect their hard work and effort over the past year.

  • A Level Results - 13th Aug - Important Information

    Posted: 12/08/15

    A reminder for all students who have successfully been accepted for their firm or insurance offer, results will be available from 10am in the science corridor. For those students who have NOT GAINED their firm or insurance offer, a member of the sixth form team will be available from 8:30am to offer advice and support.

  • NEW COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMME LAUNCHED

    Posted: 17/07/15

    Our brand new Community Education Programme brochure is out this week, featuring a wide range of evening courses.

  • HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR VISITS PRINCE HENRY'S

    Posted: 10/07/15

    Students heard testimony from Holocaust survivor, Iby Knill, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET).

  • SPORTING SUCCESS ALL ROUND!

    Posted: 10/07/15

    Our students played a blinder this week, winning brilliantly at both cricket and cycling.

  • GOOD DAY, SUNSHINE

    Posted: 03/07/15

    As we all enjoy the sunshine at school, please remind students to bring their water bottles to school, to make sure they can keep themselves hydrated during the school day.

  • JUNIOR CONCERT SUCCESS

    Posted: 01/07/15

    The Junior Concert was a great success, with students from Year 7, 8 and 9 showcasing an amazing range of musical talents.

  • CULTURAL TIME FOR STUDENTS

    Posted: 01/07/15

    Students from Years 7 and 8 have been travelling across Europe to improve their language skills and to bring their History studies to life.

  • YOUNG AUTHOR INSPIRES STUDENTS

    Posted: 16/06/15

    Students in Year 7 and 8 were inspired by young author Lucy Saxon, author of Take Back the Skies and The Almost King, when she visited school. Lucy, 20, wrote Take Back the Skies when she was 16 and it was published when she was 19. The stories are set in a fantasy world, Tellus, where sky ships use steam technology and are part of a planned six book series.

  • COUNCIL CHIEF PRAISES OUR STAND OUT QUALITIES

    Posted: 12/06/15

    Paul Brennan, Deputy Director of Learning Skills and Universal Services at Leeds City Council, was very impressed by what he saw when he visited recently. Mr Brennan spent a morning at school on a fact finding visit, as part of his focus on developing new relationships between the Local Authority and schools.