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Welcome to Haslingden High School and Sixth Form, a high performing 11- 18 school.

Our overarching aim is Achievement for All: for all our students to be safe, happy and successful, developing as individuals into caring, responsible citizens equipped for life in the 21st century. At Haslingden, success is defined in its widest sense: in students achieving appropriate qualifications, in equipping them with the skills to be lifelong learners and in developing each individual into a confident, well rounded adult. Every student is encouraged to achieve their best in the pursuit of excellence. High quality teaching and learning, taking place in a safe, supportive environment provides the basis upon which our students grow. Both achievement and attainment at the school are outstanding, enhanced through a broad range of learning opportunities available both within and beyond the school day.

We are proud of our achievements – our examination success, the diversity of our extra-curricular programme, our community involvement. We are committed to the pursuit of the highest possible academic, personal and moral standards, in the development of fully rounded caring individuals with lively, enquiring minds. This commitment is underpinned by a belief in hard work and a culture of care, respect and support for others.

Mark Jackson, Headteacher

Changes to Bus Timetable

We have been informed that Rossobus have made some slight alterations to the school bus services, and the new times are on their website. Parents might want to check these by going to the Rossobus website.

Latest news from Haslingden High School

April 2017: Icelandic trip brings geography to life

GEOGRAPHY came to life for students of Haslingden High School when they witnessed the spectacular sites of Iceland. They saw for real the tectonic plates, as … [Read More...]

April 2017: Cambridge trip for student Loren

A LEVEL student Loren Wilkins spent a week at Cambridge University on a neuro science course. Loren, 17, from Rawtenstall is on the Villiers Park mentoring … [Read More...]

April 2017: Caring Mia uses wages to buy Easter eggs for others

CARING teenager Mia Halstead worked her usual Saturday shift then turned her wages into Easter Eggs and donated them to her school appeal. Mia, 14, from … [Read More...]

April 2017: Band in final of two music competitions

A STUDENT band is a finalist in two prestigious competitions and has already lined up a gig. Thursday’s Child is made up of 15-year-old Year 10 students from … [Read More...]