Haslingden High School & Sixth Form

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.

Coronavirus Information

Our page with essential Covid-19 information, messages from school and home study resources for students self-isolating.

Virtual Open Evening

During this unprecedented period of social restrictions we unfortunately cannot run our annual Open Evening, or welcome visitors to our successful and happy school.  We hope the video below offers something of an insight to life at Haslingden High School and our dynamic and vibrant learning community.

Our School

At Haslingden High School we provide the very best in education and we are proud of our achievements.

Our Aims

Our number one aim is ‘Achievement for All’ and we pride ourselves on our reputation for academic success.

Making A Difference

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

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.

Recent News

When a creative challenge was posed around Black History Month, the diverse range of art and digital entries amazed staff. Haslingden High School’s head of Visual Arts Sally Tembo said: “Every day we sent out a profile of a great black Briton and they ranged from rapper Stormzy to Claudia […]

AN OUTSTANDING GCSE student dedicated her own time through lockdown and now into her A-level year to help others to achieve in maths. Olivia Doody, 16, from Rawtenstall, set up an Instagram account ‘Revise with Livs’ where she would help fellow students with their revision. The Haslingden High School student […]

STUDENTS and staff at Haslingden High School held mini Remembrance services for different year groups when poems were recited and wreathes laid. A collection of poignant Remembrance rocks had been made by students and their families and art work was created for the school’s Remembrance Garden. All of the school […]

HEAD Boy of Haslingden High School Harry Turner is following in his brother’s footsteps. Two years ago James Turner, now 20, was delighted to be accepted for the prestigious role. James, who started a BA degree in Geography at Newcastle University this year, said: “It has been such a difficult […]