Pensby High School for Girls
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(1) "Live to Learn, Learn to Live"(2) "Happy Girls Achieve"
|Principal||Mrs Pat Russell|
|Chair||Mrs Mary Draper|
|Local authority||Wirral Borough Council|
|DfE URN||105101 Tables|
|Gender||Girls, Mixed Sixth Form|
|Colours||Navy Blue blazer and skirt (or trousers) Year 7 to 9: White blouse. Years 10 and 11 wear turquoise blouses. Prefects wear yellow blouses|
Pensby High School for Girls is an all-girls secondary school with specialist Business & Enterprise and Science College status. It is located immediately north of Heswall on some of the highest ground in the Wirral Peninsula.
The school adjoins Pensby High School for Boys, known as "Pensby Sports College", to which it is federated - allowing joint staffing/ teaching across the two schools whilst the pupils of each school (in years 7 to 11 but not the Sixth Form) remain separate. There is also a collaboration with Hilbre High School for jointly teaching the Sixth Form.
The current roll (2010/11) is 811, including a sixth form of 101 pupils.
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