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The last of day of term will be Friday 22nd December – this is a school day and a non-uniform day. Students can wear their own clothes, including Christmas jumpers but we are asking for a minimum of £1 donation that will go towards our Bethany Barry Fundraising.

The timings of the last day are as follows:

8.45am Form

9.00am Lesson 1 as normal

10.00am – 10.30am Break

10.30am – 12.10pm Form Activities

12.10pm College closes.

In recognition of their incredible work and attendance to extra lessons each week, all of Year 11 will finish at 3.30pm on Thursday 21st December.

Students are expected back in college at 8.40am on Tuesday 9th January.

View the letter to parents here

Maths vacancy

We have a vacancy in our Maths Department. Click on the links below for more details: (more…)

Liberty aims high

Cricketer Liberty Heap has caught the eye of England coaches after shining for Lancashire. (more…)

Please use the link to view the current mock exam timetable:

Y11 Mocks Timetable 2017

Liberty is a big hit

Well done to our Year 9 student Liberty Heap who was crowned Lancashire Cricket Board’s Under 13 Girls Player of the Year at the end of season presentation evening.

This was awarded for Liberty’s contribution with runs and wickets for her county this season.

Her  efforts have also seen her rewarded with a place on the Lancashire Thunder Development Centre Programme this winter.

This is a huge achievement as, at just 14, she is one of the youngest on the programme and also, with limited places available, a spot is only given to those who have demonstrated potential to reach the next level in the game.

Liberty plays for Lowerhouse Cricket Club.

 

 

Class of 2017

It was trophies all-round as our Class of 2017 returned to celebrate the school’s best ever GCSE results at their Awards Evening. (more…)

Our KS4 information evening took place on the 9th November. To view the powerpoint or the GCSE information booklet, please see the links below.

Information Evening Presentation

GCSE Information Booklet

Students are creative with old bikes

Shuttleworth College students have turned old bicycles into tables, clocks and new bicycles as part of a pilot scheme they have just completed. (more…)

Burnley champions

Shuttleworth College’s Year 10 and 11 boys were crowned Burnley cross country champions after competing at Towneley Park. (more…)

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