Good News Stories

Year 7 Good News

Students enjoyed a fun British Values lesson on the Rule of Law

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The Year 7 Boys Football Team are crowned CHORLEY SCHOOLS CHAMPIONS after winning their tournament last week! We are so proud of the boys! Well Done!!!


Congratulations to the Year 7 Netball team who beat Albany 14-0 (A team) and 2-1 (B Team) on Wednesday night!

Congratulations also to the Year 7 Netball team who beat Wyre at Leyland League 33-2 on Thursday night!

James Nolan has been picked to represent the Lancashire Schools Cross Country Team

Year 8 Good News

WOW - Over 200 Reward certificates given out to Y8s in assembly this morning celebrating good attendance, behaviour, entrepreneurs, Blue Peter badge winners, BAE Makeit Challenge Team and special Form Tutor awards!




BAE Design Makeit Challenge Team did really well this week and Oliver Monk won overall ‘Outstanding Candidate’.  They were the only Y8 team there and judges comments at the end suggested should they have been a little older they would have made the shortlist for the next round.  Other team members included Shannon Walmsely, Amber Pilkington, Genevieve Mann, Kailey Diaz Finch, Mackenzie Brown, Sam Byron.

Y8 Entrepreneur Club - took orders for 65 calendars making a whopping £120 after costs.  A VERY healthy 62% net profit which is added to the £80 profit made on slime sales before Christmas.

Year 9 Good News

Congratulations to the Year 9 girls Basketball team beat St Wilfred’s 32-10 in the quarter finals of the Lancashire Cup. Star player was Abbey Hill. They are now through to the semi/final day next week.

Team: Eva Lippett, Abbie Hill, Molly Richardson, Nicola Peach, Skye Hulse (plus 3 year 7’s).

Year 10 Good News

Three trips went out to Runshaw College this week with 22 Year 10 students. They took part in the following courses. Forensic Psychology, Full English and Krypton Factor. These sessions have been providing valuable lessons to the students who are thinking about Runshaw as their next education provider.

The Krypton Factor dream team made up of Year 10 students Aiden Oates, Declan Cross, Dan Hargreaves, Theo Saunderson, Harry Farnworth attended Runshaw College. They each won a trophy and a trophy for the school as they won the competition against other schools from the area. Huge congratulations to each of them.

Krypton Winners Y10 9.2.18 

Rianne Makinson, Laura Bond, Amelia Hudson-Thompson, Ben Cooper, Sam Stringfellow, Kate Crossen, Ella Edwards, Ben Timberlake, and Jack Marshall participated in the Full English session at Runshaw College. All were a credit to Southlands High School.

The Army have offered Year 10 students a chance to participate in a 1 day work experience course. Students will have the opportunity to attend their training facilities for the day, during which they will develop leadership skills through a series of command tasks, physical and mental activities as well as receiving a presentation relating to a career in The Army. The trip is expected to run on March 21st.