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Penwortham Girls` High School
Cop Lane, Penwortham, PR1 0SR, UK Preston
+44 (0)1772 743399



  • to promote an environment in which each pupil can achieve her potential: academic, social, cultural, physical, aesthetic, creative.
  • to promote a caring community in which individuals have a sense of their own worth.
  • to provide equal opportunity to all pupils in all areas of their life.
  • to promote tolerance, sensitivity and understanding of others.
  • to enable each individual to develop her own sense of values.
  • to provide each child with an appropriate course of study according to her ability.
  • to provide an environment in which pupils can acquire skills necessary for life in an ever changing society.
  • to promote:
    • self-discipline
    • self-respect
    • self-esteem

  • Five newly refurbished and reequipped Science Laboratories
  • Five Technology Rooms equipped for:
    • Resistant Materials
    • Graphics
    • CAD/CAM
    • Food
    • Textiles
  • A well resourced Library and Careers Resources Room with ICT Facilities
  • Two light and attractive Art Rooms
  • Two well equipped ICT Suites and Laptops for use in classrooms
  • Light clean classrooms suited for:
    • English
    • Humanities
    • Mathematics
    • Modern Languages
    • Music
    • Gymnasium and extensive playing fields, netball and tennis courts


Our aim is to provide a broad and balanced curriculum, and to teach every girl in order to fulfil her potential.

At present when girls enter school they are divided into five groups and they remain in these tutor groups for three years for Citizenship and registration. In years 10 and 11 these groups are reviewed to allow for more individual pastoral guidance.

In Year 7 the girls are taught in their tutor groups for all lessons, with the exception of Mathematics, Science, English, where they are taught in ability sets from the Spring Term onwards. In Years 8 & 9 the setting policy is in the hands of the Heads of Department and this allows girls to be placed in the group best suited to their individual needs in each subject. Girls follow an identical curriculum and all girls are prepared for G.C.S.E examinations.

Specialist help is given to girls with learning difficulties: the Learning Support Co-ordinators working with small groups or individuals, either within the mainstream class lesson, or on short-term withdrawal basis.

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