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GCSE Results Day – Thursday 20th August 2015

Pupils can collect their results at the following times: 9.30 to 12.00 Pupils unable to collect their results in person can authorise someone else to pick them up on their behalf by giving their written authority. Any results not collected will be posted home using 1st class post. Please note that exam results will NOT be released over the... read more

Shevington High – Secondary School of the Year

Shevington High School Staff and Students celebrate a very successful year with awards all round. Pupils and parents celebrated together in two afternoons of awards; celebrating academic success, personal progress, sporting and musical achievements. We all reflect on the successes of the year as our school is named ‘Secondary School of the Year’ in the Observer Education... read more

Rewards Lunch

The top point scoring pupils from all year groups enjoyed an extended lunchtime celebration in recognition of all the points they have been awarded for outstanding effort, achievement and citizenship. At the same time, the draw for a mini ipad took place. The winner was William Field! Congratulations... read more

Primary Art Day

The Art Department were delighted to work with Y4 and Y5 pupils from Newfold Primary School, Orrell. The days were organised around the theme of “Our Environment” and the artist Hundertwasser. Pupils created two large mixed media pieces of their school and the surrounding environment. A huge thank you to all the staff and pupils in helping to create such amazing works of... read more

Shevington Speakers Succeed Again!

June saw Deanery High School host the first round of the 2015 Youth Speaks public speaking competition. Our team, comprising Eve Wane-Smith (Chairperson), Aimee Lunt (Speaker) and Sophie Lyon (Vote of Thanks) went up against teams from Standish High, Hawkley Hall and Deanery.

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Shevington pupils meet Sir Ian McKellan

On Monday 8th June, two pupils were selected by Mrs Jones to meet Sir Ian McKellan at Wigan Town Hall. The Burnley born Oscar and Bafta nominated Actor, lived in Wigan for 8 years of his early childhood before relocating to Bolton then later studying at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, where he read English literature. Wigan Council awarded Sir Ian with a Wigan Star for the Walk of Fame placed on ‘Believe Square’.

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St Wilfrid’s CE Primary School – Technology Day @ Shevington

On Tuesday 2nd June Year 5 pupils from St Wilfrid’s CE Primary school attended an amazing Technology Day at Shevington High school. All pupils enjoyed a wide range of activities thanks to the dedication of all staff within the Technology & Computing faculty. In the Computing department, pupils used cutting edge technology to learn programming skills, in order to create an exciting game.

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