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  • Uganda 18 Fundraising - Update

    Published 29/01/18

       

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  • St John's Hospice - fundraising

    Published 15/01/18
     Alongside the fundraising for LDHAS before Christmas the sixth form have also been raising money for St John's Hospice, through bag packing at the local supermarkets and (very cold) carol singing on the last day of term! Whilst everybody fi
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  • Year 8 Football - Match Report

    Published 15/01/18
    The Year 8 battled valiantly and won lots of respect, even though they lost their first game in the Lancashire cup and have been knocked out by Clitheroe Grammar. However the team were praised by  Mr Marton who stated 'the boys sho
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  • Fundraising LDHAS

    Published 21/12/17

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  • Year 8 Design Products

    Published 15/12/17
    The Year 8 students were challenged to design an aluminium keyfob from a 37mm x 70 mm blank during their 12 lesson design and make project. Mr Chel was extremely impressed with their many innovative design ideas. Below are some examples of 8S1 wor
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  • Ghost Dances

    Published 10/10/17

       

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  • Netball Match Report

    Published 05/10/17

        

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  • Make Some Noise!

    Published 26/09/17

          

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  • We Will Rock You!

    Published 18/07/17

      

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  • Lancashire Book of the Year

    Published 10/07/17
    On Friday, 6 students from Year 9 attended the celebration ceremony for the Lancashire Book of the Year. The ceremony was held at UCLan and eight of the short-listed authors (including the winner, Natalie Flynn- 'The Deepest Cut') w
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  • Lancaster Castle

    Published 30/06/17

        
     

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  • Faith in Action

    Published 25/05/17
    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
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