• Courtesy of Debbie Young

PCHS CALENDAR

July 2019

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
1
  • Week 1
  • Full Governors
2
  • Week 1
  • Transition Day
  • Year Team Meetings
  • Sports Awards
3
  • Week 1
  • Year 11>12 Transition
  • Summer Music Concert
4
  • Year 11>12 Transition
  • Week 1
  • Year 11 Prom
5
  • Week 1
  • Year 9 tutor report issued
  • Y10 Tutor Reports Close
  • School Show tech & dress rehearsal
6
7
8
  • Y12 Reports close
  • Play in a Day
  • Week 2
  • Year 12 UCAS Activities (potential)
  • Y10 Report checking opens
  • Year 10 Tracking opens
  • Year 12 Geography field work
  • Play in a Day performance
9
  • Week 2
  • Year 12 UCAS Activities (potential)
  • Year 12 Geography field work
  • Year teams meetings
  • Year 9/10 Awards event
10
  • Week 2
  • Year 12 UCAS Activities (potential)
  • Year 12 Geography field work
  • School show
11
  • Week 2
  • Year 12 UCAS Activities (potential)
  • Year 12 Geography field work
  • Year 10/12 Tracking deadline
  • Quality Assurance deadline
  • SENDCO Meeting
  • School show
12
  • Week 2
  • Year 12 UCAS Activities (potential)
  • Year 12 Geography field work
  • Partnership HT meeting all day
  • Y10 Report checking closes
  • School show
13
14
15
  • Year 12 Work Experience week
  • Week 1
  • Year 9 Activities week
  • Year 10 WOW Week
  • OMS Awards Evening tbc
16
  • Year 12 Work Experience week
  • Week 1
  • Year 9 Activities week
  • Year 10 WOW Week
  • Year 10/12 Reports issued
  • Staff Meeting
17
  • Year 12 Work Experience week
  • Week 1
  • Year 9 Activities week
  • Year 10 WOW Week
18
  • Year 12 Work Experience week
  • Week 1
  • Year 9 Activities week
  • Year 10 WOW Week
19
  • Year 12 Work Experience week
  • Week 1
  • Year 9 Activities week
  • Year 10 WOW Week
20
  • Summer break
21
  • Summer break
22
  • Summer break
23
  • Summer break
24
  • Summer break
25
  • Summer break
26
  • Summer break
27
  • Summer break
28
  • Summer break
29
  • Summer break
30
  • Summer break
31
  • Summer break

 

Message from the Headteacher

Prudhoe Community High School was opened in 1958 with 350 students. In September 2016, the new school building opened and the school is now a thriving, attractive and well resourced school serving the community of Prudhoe and beyond.

OFSTED arrived soon after the new school opened in 2016 and the school was judged as good. Since then, the school has continued to improve in all aspects including the achievement of students.

I am delighted and proud to be able to introduce myself, as the new Headteacher at Prudhoe Community High School, which sits at the heart of the local community.

Working together as a team, myself and the staff aim to provide a supportive and caring environment and inspirational teaching while engaging and motivating our students through enrichment activities to be the best they possibly can be. Excellence is at the heart of everything that we do here at Prudhoe Community High School. Students describe the school as a happy community which is evident in the relationships between staff, students and parents / carers.

Working in partnership with parents is crucial, if we are to ensure all of our children feel safe, happy, valued and achieve their full potential. I look forward to meeting you all throughout the year.

Annmarie Moore
Headteacher

Our school aims:

We want our young people to:

  • Strive for excellence wherever and however they can
  • Develop their values and learn to live by them
  • Participate actively

We shall:

  • Strive for excellence
  • Create a hard working and caring, safe and stimulating community
  • Work in partnership with our parents and carers and local, national and international organisations to enrich our outcomes

 

 

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