Cafod representative Patrick Gardner came into school this month to accept a cheque and thank pupils for their charity fundraising last term. We raised a fantastic £1467.12, to help the world's poorest communities. A huge th
Year 9 had an enjoyable day out at the Imperial War Museum North in Manchester on Monday 22nd May. They were a credit to themselves and to the school; the museum staff were very impressed with their conduct and excellent historical knowledge.&n
We are very proud to share a story from Lancaster University about one of our former students - David Townsend (pictured above on the left) - who attended Our Lady's from 2003 to 2010. What a fantastic achievement and a demonstrati
Through the cold bitter winds, a few brave individuals took the muddy hills of Ripley St Thomas in the annual cross-country event on Saturday 14th January.
From years 7,8 and 9 we had both male and female representatives who took part in this
Jack Nicholls from Year 13 wrote the following article desciribing the Our Lady's Hunger Games experience:
On Friday 25th November a group of 30 Sixth Form pupils braved the freezing conditions and took part in Our Lady’s
If you go down to the woods today you better not go alone......An urban spin on a classic fairytale.
Dancers from OLCC and Ryelands Primary School were shining examples of our local community during this year's Lancashire S