School learns life lessons from Holocaust history
Author-in-Residence stirs students’ storytelling skills
Live link lets students talk to Ghana
Micro:bit magic as students learn to code
Students’ voices raised in Gospel performance
Poetry contest promotes powerful performers
Yasmin Jolly inspires record breaking class of 2016
Students show their head for business
School falls silent for act of remembrance
Maths Week gets lift off
Students find their rhythm and rhyme
Excellent Arts on display at conference
Week of languages brings entertaining learning
Science lessons are Circus-shaped for primary pupils
School celebrates an outstanding year of success
Come and see the outstanding opportunities we offer.
It’s a Radclyffe Record for GCSE results
GCSE Examination Timetable Summer 2017
Radclyffe students create battling robots in engineering challenge
Maths magic test primary pupils’ talents
Champion Chemists take university triumph
Industrial Action – School Closure – 5th July 2016
Head Teacher Award recognises whole school success
Government Communications expert speaks to students
Parliamentary pursuits for British Values team
Palace date honours school’s award commitment
Writer’s tale of turnaround fires students’ imagination
Holocaust survivor shares enthralling story with students
Learning Leaders take time to develop talent
A Hug in a Mug for school’s neighbours
Record number embark on Duke of Edinburgh’s adventure
Students making the school news
Business lessons from chocolate history
Reading boosts writing with stories galore
Keen shooting brings trophy reward repeat
Holocaust remembered in school’s exhibit
Students see excitement in languages study
Students learn their ‘Poetry by Heart’
Daring Dodgeball helps students raise loads of cash
Songs, Samba and Santa bring the festive fun
Twist & Pulse inspire dance decisions
Tasleema inspires record breaking class of 2015
Talented chefs cook for Rotary Club reward
Inspection of The Radclyffe School by Ofsted
King Lear challenge for students at Shakespeare festival
Sweet time for Children in Need
Artefacts collection brings taste of the trenches to school
Armistice Day event helps students remember
Spooky stories surface from author’s attendance
Students go back to primary school
Students explore their skills and where it can lead them
Science lessons are Circus-shaped for primary pupils
Superb GCSE performance once again!
Textile talent creates delightful dresses
Railway mural builds links between school and residents
New students get a glimpse of school life
Hard hitting drama gives students the message
Primary athletes’ show track and field prowess
Radclyffe Rovers have something to cheer about
Badminton boost from Sainsbury’s shoppers
University competition tests chemists’ capabilities
Simon delivers a Masterchef masterclass
Harrison’s design a winner for Hard Rock Café
Spring Concert provides musical treat
HRH’s Award AOK at TRS!
Students tackle the Maths Challenge
Students take a look at Apprenticeship options
Young reporters making the headlines
Big Bang experience inspires Science students
African drums and French cuisine reward students’ language achievement
Reading fun celebrates World Book Day
Students see possibilities in university visit
Delicious dinner and Tasnim’s a winner
Medical Challenge makes career choices clear
Students pledge to keep the memory alive
Students venture out to share language learning
School has opened at the normal time today but due to adverse weather conditions and the dangerous condition of our grounds, school will close at 1.10 pm.
Paper Sculpture day for Art’s high fliers
Fine dining transformation celebrates students’ talents
A celebration of our talented performers
Strictly Come Spelling tests students’ language talents
Gift giving is our Christmas objective
Author in residence spins scary stories
Business brains present their product
Writer inspires students to future success
Dramatic doings as students tackle Hamlet
GCSE Examination Timetable Summer 2015
Students backing Operation Christmas Child
Union boss shares her experience with Business students
Science lessons are Circus-shaped for primary pupils
Students’ taste of learning new languages
College Open Events 2014 – 2015
Exam excellence shows in record attainment
Performances show Brazilian Carnival style
Flashes and bangs inspire scientists
STEM Days aim for the stars
PE-xcellence rewarded at The Radclyffe School
Students give Westminster a taste of Wimbledon
Girls get going in Engineering contest
Track and field fun for primary pupils
Chemistry competition tests student scientists
Students leading to improve reading
Basketball… with Giants
Brazilian blend of arts, dance and music
Junior Journalists report the school’s stories
Charity Bonanza – tickets on sale
Financial wizards in business competition success
Restaurant visit boosts language learning
A day being brilliant with books
Students equipped to stay safe online
Girls get elite engineering boost
Students’ designs mark Holocaust commemoration
Students speak out at ‘Viva Languages’ day
Generous support for Mission Christmas
Christmas entertainment enjoyed by all
We’ve won Sainsbury’s School Games Gold
Sophie brings sport to inspire students
Students get to meet the beasts
Computing confidence shows for talented students
The Radclyffe School will be closed on Monday 14th (Holiday) and Tuesday 15th October (Staff Training Day).
Science Comic Capers at The Radclyffe School
The Radclyffe School will be visited by Ofsted inspectors on the 3rd and 4th of October 2013.
Students design a dessert for Glasgow 2014
Students tackle the best of the Bard
Teacher Trio Exhibit Their Masters Art
Workshops give a taste of new languages
Students enjoy mask theatre workshop
Best ever GCSE maths results cause for celebration.
Students are celebrating some fantastic GCSE results.
Colourful balloon spectacle over Chadderton
Assignment brings generations together
Year 6 pupils enjoy their Induction Day
Young apprentices get gourmet entrepreneur support
Alice in Wonderland Tickets Now on Sale!
Enthusing artists with University achievement
Museum visit fuses poetry and football
Celebration Evening 2013
World Champion inline skater shares her skills
GCSE historians visit Quarry Bank Mill
Students get an early taste for A-level Maths
Judo champion inspires students to succeed
Rescue problem tests science team’s skills
Bookfulls of exciting activity are taking place as The Radclyffe School celebrates World Book Day.
It IS Rocket Science
Scary stories and Doctor Who
Rotary Club Young Chef competition
Display marks Holocaust Memorial Day
Year 8 Parents Evening postponed
WW1 collections bring history to life
Lego League Judges’ Award won in first attempt
Students sing at Christmas lights switch-on
Dyson Day inspires design enthusiasts
2012 Presentation Evening
Personal touch brings home message of Remembrance
Shakespeare Schools Festival 2012
Elin appointed to national disability and SEN advisory group
Day of learning about talon-ted hunters
Students show their head for business to win
Open Evening shows off life at The Radclyffe School
Primary Pupils enjoy taste of secondary school science
The Radclyffe School extends a welcome to our Open Evening 2012
Head Boy and Head Girl Leave A* Legacy at The Radclyffe School
10 Year Age UK Celebration Evening
Beauty and The Beast
Year 11 Doubles Tennis
Year 8 Sports Day
STEM Olympics Day 2012
Beauty and The Beast Tickets Now on Sale!
Year 9 Sports Day
Michelle Brand – Eco Designer
The Radclyffe Co-operative Learning Trust Olympics 2012
Local Sports Awards for The Radclyffe School
Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) Trip to France
A day of celebration for the Queen’s Jubilee
Annual awards at Celebration Evening with a Carnival Performance
Diamond Jubilee Celebration Party for the Elderly
Parents please note that after the half term break all our year groups move up and are issued with new timetables which commence on Monday 11th June 2012.
The yearly project ‘Age Exchange with The Radclyffe School’, ran in conjunction with Age UK has got under way this half term.
The Radclyffe School has been awarded Artsmark GOLD.
There has been an ICT competition this half term for year 9, 10 and 11s called Doodle 4 Google.
Paul Broadbent visited The Radclyffe School this half term as part of the Sky Sports ‘Living for Sport Initiative’.
Two Hip Hop Shakespeare Workshops led by Mercury Music Award nominee Ty were held this half term.
A team of Year 7 students took part in Quad Kids, an athletics event against other schools in Oldham on the The Radclyffe School track.
On Saturday 28th April – Sunday 29th April, nine year 11 students (Anam Ibrar, Yukhshee Tariq, Sannah Azeem, Mandy Neaknejad, Rosie Hamid, Tom Carr, Ryan Da Silva, Alex Davison and Jahangir Alam Khan) braved the elements to complete their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award practice expedition.
The Radclyffe School Wheelchair Basketball team took part in the IZB National Finals this half term.
The Radclyffe School has been holding a school singing competition based on ‘The Voice’.
This half term a Creative Partnership project between, PE. Dance and Music has been conducted in conjunction with creative enterprise Spearfish.
This half term in the run up to the Senior Leadership Team elections, the Year 10 senior prefects took part in a leadership and teamwork activity day at Castleshaw.
The Year 7 Whole School TIGA students participated in a two day residential trip to PGL at Winmarleigh Hall in Preston.
Mrs Isabelle Dailly, head teacher at the Stendhal secondary school in Toulouse, France, stayed with us for a whole week as part of an excellence visit arranged by Mrs Jones (Head of MFL).
All Year 7 Students took part in an Olympic Cross Curricular day on the last day of last term.
Year 9 student Thomas Burgess has been selected for the English Lacrosse National Squads Under 15 Academy.
The Student of the Year Awards are prestigious awards that are open to elite nominations for the highest calibre of students contributing not just in school but also within the Oldham community as well.
Due to their outstanding progress in mathematics throughout their time at The Radclyffe School, top set Year 10s were entered a year early into their GCSE maths exam.
This year’s SLT election has taken place this half term, and after weeks of campaigns, a school-wide vote and interviews with head teacher Mr Hayer, and deputy head teachers Mrs Webb and Mrs Wernick, the ‘Head’ posts have been allocated.
Oldham was at the forefront of political debate as BBC TV show “Question Time” came to town on Thursday 10th May.
The Radclyffe School hosts one of three days of the Oldham Borough Ability Roadshow.
In the new Raising Girls Achievement initiative ‘GEMS’, a group of students are helping to raise the standards in mathematics for girls in year 10.
As part of ’It’s Good to Talk’ day Students at The Radclyffe School wrote, presented and produced their very own news show on 15th March 2012.
The success of The Radclyffe Schools’ Year 9 and 10 football teams in an Oldham Schools B Team Tournament during the Easter half term.
Lab in a Lorry visited The Radclyffe School on 27th and 28th February.
Year 10 students are working towards raising A*/A grades with the introduction of Gold stars at 2 qualifying levels.