Pendle Community High School & College held their Christmas Fair on Thursday 6th December. Staff and students worked tirelessly in the weeks leading up to the event to ensure this year’s fair was the biggest and best it has ever been, and it...read more
Pendle Community High School & College raised a fantastic amount of £94.31 for the Poppy Appeal in November this year. Thank you to all those involved.read more
Staff and students supported Children in Need this year by 'dressing up, dressing down or dressing fancy'. Lots of wonderful outfits, costumes, pj's and onesies wandered our corridors alongside other events to raise money such as a bake sale and sponsored...read more
Pendle Community High School & College and Pendle Vale College came together this morning to mark 100 years since the end of WWI. Two minutes silence took place followed by the laying of wreaths to commemorate our fallen heroes.read more
Our last coffee morning was a huge success with lots of parents and carers attending. They met with our family liaison officer Alison and our school nurse Deborah McKenna who provided lots of information, advice and guidance on a range of topics. Keep an eye out for...read more
We are delighted to announce that on 25th July 2018, Pendle Community High School & College was awarded the National Autistic Society - Autism Accreditation Award. Accredited status is awarded to provisions where staff have a good working knowledge of methods and...read more
Please don’t forget it’s a non-uniform day and this year’s theme is red and green or a Christmas jumper. This is not linked to any fund raising.
Pendle Community High School & College are teaming up with lancashire Adult Learning to offer a FREE training course to gain a Level 1 qualification in Mental Health and Wellbeing.
The course will take place on Thursday 20th December from 9:30am – 2:30pm.
This course will introduce you to the terms mental health and wellbeing and the different types of conditions and support available.
- To understand what is meant by the terms mental health and wellbeing
- To understand different mental health conditions and treatment
- To know how to find support for mental health conditions
- To know how to look after own mental health and wellbeing
Please contact Alison McConville, Family Liaison Officer on 01282 682269 for more information and to book your place!
The last day of term is as important as any other day but no more so than at Christmas. We have our last assembly of the year and also hold our very important Christingle at 1.00pm.
Students will finish school early at 1.30pm on Friday 21st December 2018. We would therefore be grateful if you could please make the necessary arrangements for your child on that day. This will enable staff sufficient time to clear away all the Christmas decorations and activities in order to facilitate effective cleaning and classroom preparation for the start of the new term in January. We will return to school on Monday 7th January 2019.