Contact Us

We strive to be an open and approachable school that remains committed to engaging with all stakeholders. We would like to thank the overwhelming majority of visitors and parents/carers who are consistently pleasant and polite in all their communications with the school. However, it is important to note that we have a duty of care to our staff as well as to our students and we remain wholeheartedly committed to both.

All staff at the school are expected to show respect for everyone that they come into contact with during the course of their duties by being polite and courteous at all times. They will endeavour to deal effectively with any reasonable request they receive from visitors and callers to the school. The school also expects all those who visit or contact our school to treat our staff respectfully and courteously at all times. The same level of courtesy is expected with email communication. We strongly encourage all those who may wish to communicate with our school to do so in a manner that does not discriminate against any member of our diverse community and consistently adheres to our Communications Policy. In particular, any correspondence should have due regard of the ‘Golden Rules of Communication’ and the ‘What do I do if I have a concern – the 5 step approach’.

We take any aggressive behaviour or threatening language towards any member of our staff seriously, whether this is during a telephone conversation, email or during a visit to the school. If a caller or visitor’s behaviour is deemed discriminatory, rude, abusive, aggressive or raises their voice to any member of our community, they will be advised to stop their behaviour. If the behaviour persists, we will terminate the call or ask the visitor to leave the premises.

Parents/carers and visitors should be aware that a request for an appointment must be made in advance if they wish to see a particular member of staff. We greatly value the support of parents/carers and the wider school community and thank you for adhering to this notice.

Haslingden High School, Broadway, Haslingden, Rossendale, Lancashire BB4 4EY

Tel: (01706) 215726
Fax: (01706) 219861

Contact by Telephone:

If you have a general query, please call our main school number 01706 215726 then choose one of these options:

Reception – Option 2
Sixth Form – Option 3
Finance Office – Option 4

For absence reporting, please use the Edulink One app or fill in the contact form below.

Ann Brown is our first point of contact for general enquiries; Ann Hodgkiss and Andrea Heywood are our Sixth Form receptionists.

Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator:
Mr R Brennand
To contact Mr Brennand, please use the contact form below.

Careers Advisor
Mrs G Hoban

Contact Form

HHS Contact Form2