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    Our overarching aim is Achievement for All: for all our students to be safe, happy and successful, developing as individuals into caring, responsible citizens equipped for life in the 21st century.

  • Our High Performing School

    ‘The most able pupils make good progress because teachers have high expectations of what they can achieve and set suitably challenging work for them.’ Ofsted 2017

  • High Quality Teaching & Learning

    ‘Pupils’ attitude to their learning, as seen in their work books, are positive. Written work shows pupils are keen to learn and produce work of a good standard.’ Ofsted 2017

  • Personalised Support & Guidance

    ‘Relationships between staff and pupils are excellent and this supports effective learning.’ Ofsted 2017

  • Our School

    At Haslingden High School we provide the very best in education and we are proud of our achievements. Our students are happy, ambitious and

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  • Our Aims

    We welcome students of all abilities, aptitudes and interests from a wide range of backgrounds.  We are successful because we have high expectations

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  • Making a Difference

    We encourage our students to make a positive contribution to the school community, the local community and the global community. Our students are

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  • A Personalised Approach

    All students are valued as individuals and as members of a tutor group, a house, a year group and of the school. In Year 7, much of the care and support

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World Book Day

Thursday 1st March marks the annual World Book Day event and we have planned some fantastic activities that we would love your child to get involved with!

Firstly, ‘The Great British Book Off’ is a fun literary twist on the famous TV show. Staff and students are invited to create a delicious cake inspired by their favourite book. This could be a current read, a childhood favourite or simply a cake inspired by their love of reading. Entries are to be taken to the school library before 9am on the day and prizes will be awarded to the winners. At break time, slices of the yummy treats will be sold to raise money to provide more books for our students.

Our next activity asks staff and students to bring along their current read to celebrate the day. For fifteen minutes at the start of every lesson, the whole school will DEAR (drop everything and read). This enables both staff and students to tuck into their favourite book throughout the day so don’t forget to bring it along!

Finally, students are invited to donate a book to the school library and in return will be offered a ‘brick’ in the English block in their honour. The ‘brick’ template can be displayed anywhere the student chooses in the block and will include their name and the title of their book donation. Their contribution will be remembered for years to come and it is a great way of recommending reads to other students. Students just need to include their name and form inside the book and hand it in to the school library during the day.

It would be wonderful to see as many students as possible partaking in some, if not all, of these activities to celebrate World Book Day. Please encourage your child to get involved and enjoy the day.

Upcoming Events

Tue 20

Block B Assessement week Year 7,9,12

February 19 - February 23
Mar 07

Y8 Parents Evening (1)

March 7 @ 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Mar 14

Y8 Parents Evening (2)

March 14 @ 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Mar 19
Mar 21

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