At lunch-time, the newly trained Year 8 librarians, supported by the school’s librarian, Mrs Relf and Associate Principal for Literacy, Mrs Wheelock, organised a range of literacy-based activities for all pupils to enjoy in the library.
Students and staff are delighted with the results achieved for GCSEs this year.
The fantastic results show that Rainford High continues to move from strength to strength on its mission to deliver excellence for all the community we serve. For the fifth year running more than 7 students in every 10 have left with five good GCSEs and 78% of students have achieved good grades in Maths and English at grade C or above.
The results reflect the hard work and dedication of the students to achieving their ambition and putting themselves on a successful journey for the rest of their lives. The support the staff have given the students has been first class and that has allowed the students to achieve life enhancing results.
Principal Ian Young said “From a school perspective every group of young people is different and so are their achievements, we are incredibly proud of the young people who have done so well this year in gaining strong outcomes for their future opportunities but also supporting the school in moving towards delivering excellence for all its students.”
The results at Rainford High this year show an 18% improvement with 52% of students achieving A* - B grades in their A level results. Students were delighted by the outstanding A level results they achieved this year.
The original Bushcraft Company adventure, school trips in The Woods include a wide range of activities, designed to enhance social and personal development, whilst having fun and learning new skills. From bushcraft, shelter-building, and wilderness cookery, to archery, orienteering and roped tree-climbing, no two days are ever the same.