• Courtesy of Debbie Young

PCHS CALENDAR

October 2019

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
1
  • Team Leaders Meeting
  • Local Governing Body Meeting
2
  • November entry deadline
  • Student Voice OMS
3
  • RED DAY NO STAFF OUT
  • Vocational Team Meeting
  • Year 8 Open Evening
4
  • Y12 Oxbridge outreach morning
5
6
7
  • Y12 Tracking opens
  • Week 2
8
  • Department Meetings: CPD
9
10
  • Y12 Tracking deadline incl 30 day makeover
  • Leeds Uni EPQ tutorial (am)
  • New Staff Induction
  • Year 10 Parents' Information Evening
11
12
13
14
  • Week 1
  • Year 11 Tracking opens
  • Year 9 Tracking opens
15
  • Appraisal
  • SENDCO Meeting
16
17
  • Year 9 Tracking deadline
  • Year 11 Tracking deadline
  • New Staff Induction
18
19
20
21
  • Departmental SEF/DIP completed
  • Week 2
22
  • KS3 Curriculum Planning and Transition Meeting @ Highfield Middle School
23
24
  • New Staff Induction
25
  • Teacher Training Day
  • Appraisal paperwork deadline
26
  • October break
27
  • October break
  • October break
28
  • October break
29
  • October break
30
  • October break
31
  • October break

Year 8 Open Evening Thursday 3 October 2019 4.30 – 7pm

Your child deserves the best possible experience at High school, you will find it at Prudhoe Community High.

You naturally expect high standards for your child, we can provide them. Our students perform well in their public examinations. Students leave us well prepared to take on their next challenges whether that is further study or apprenticeships.

We pride ourselves on the high-quality pastoral care that all of our children receive throughout their time with us. Parents and students comment on the benefits of our pastoral care in supporting the learning experiences of the young people in our care.

Our dedicated team of staff within our SEN department ensure that all of our students are fully supported in
their learning and development.

100% of our parents responded to our questionnaire stating they “would recommend Prudhoe Community High School to other parents”.

At our school your child will be treated as an individual, enjoy a very varied and enriching education. They will enjoy their time with us and will be fully supported in achieving their potential.

Come and meet our fantastic staff and students on 3rd October 2019 (4.30 – 7pm), see our wonderful facilities and sample our lunchtime menus.

We welcome visits to the school throughout the school day. Please contact us to book an appointment.
Tel: (01661) 832486
Email: [email protected]

Message from the Headteacher

Prudhoe Community High School 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 very privileged to lead an exceptional team of very dedicated staff who support students every day so that they can achieve their very best. This is a particular strength of Prudhoe Community High School and we pride ourselves on the excellent relationships within our school community. 

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. 

Prudhoe Community High School is a great school and I encourage you to visit the school, see our outstanding facilities and learn more about the distinctive nature of our school and the excellent educational experiences we offer our young people. We welcome visits to the school throughout the term and the school day. 

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

 

 

If you require a paper copy of any information contained on this website please contact the main school office.