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Success for Yr11 Football Team!


Year 11 Manager, Mr Osborne, reports on the recent success of our school football team…..

“The Year 11s were appreciative of the fact that that they might only have a handful of games left of school football. The message was simple, “give it your all and enjoy every minute”

I was confident going into the game, ahead of a successful football trip last year and the lads didn’t disappoint. We rolled out with the same ambitious 4-1-2-1-2 formation from last year and the lads were simply fantastic. Passing with confidence, working for each other and scoring from all angles of the pitch.

The game resulted in an 8-1 victory for our boys. Although there will be tougher challenges ahead, the boys were matched physically and maintained discipline and temperament throughout.

From a delighted manager, Mr Osborne.”

‘Well-being Week’ – Get Involved!

activeMarch 23 – 27 is ‘Well-being Week’ for students and staff.  There will be many exciting activities and drop-in sessions taking place throughout the week to raise the profile of ‘well-being’ and mental health.


For further details see the time-table here or on the notice boards in your form rooms.  We hope everyone will get involved and try something new!


KS4 Basketball News!

Basketball_through_hoopMore basketball success also arrived on Wednesday night as our Girl’s KS4 basketball team participated in the Tameside KS4 Basketball Competition at Alder Community High School.

After arriving the girls were a little nervous when they saw the height of some of their opponents! However these nervous were soon put aside when they played their first game against Mossley Hollins.  The girls came out victorious with a fabulous score of 28-0!

They then took on Fairfield.  This game was a very fairly contested match but the girls managed to break the deadlock and went on to win 18-2. After winning both games in their group the girls where through to the final against All Saints.  The girls started the game really well and took the lead within the first minute of the game.  Unfortunately All Saints came back and despite the best efforts of the girls they lost 20 points to 6.

The girls were a credit to the College and showed great determination throughout.  The quality of their play was outstanding! Congratulations to the girls on becoming the KS4 Tameside Girls Basketball Runners Up.

The students were Kirsty D, Eve B, Becky H, Zoe A and Chelsea G. Well done to all – we’re super proud of you!