We are always incredibly proud of our students but we have had reason recently to be even prouder.
Students in Year 7 have been reading the Shakespeare play Macbeth and studying the character of Lady Macbeth.
We are delighted to announce that our English Speaking Union Public Speaking Team are through to the National Finals!
On Thursday 17th March, I am delighted to say that our U16s Girls 7-a-side team finished in first place in the South Ribble competition.
Well done to the Year 7 and Year 8 Girls Indoor Athletics team who came 3rd and 4th respectively out of 9 schools at the recent South Ribble Schools' Indoor Athletics Championships.
Well done to our Sports Leaders who did a fantastic job refereeing the Leyland Primary Schools' Girls Football Tournament held on our 3G pitch.
In February 2022, we were delighted to welcome staff from Chartwells, who came to deliver their ‘Thought for Food’ event to our students.
We are very proud of Farington 1 students and their tutor Mrs Bache.
On Thursday 10th March, nine of our under 13 girls took part in a 7-a-side competition.
The Drama department had the absolute pleasure of taking 35 students to The Palace Theatre to watch Blood Brothers.
Congratulations to Miss McCutcheon’s English group 7Y/En2 who were our top performing class in February in Bedrock Learning and scored 2990 points.