Penketh High School
|Motto||Dare To Dream / perseverance|
|Deputy Headteacher||John Carlin|
|DfE URN||139506 Tables|
|Ofsted||Reports Pre-academy reports|
Penketh High School is a secondary school in Penketh, Warrington. It is a coed, non-denominational academy school for 11–18 year old children. The school has an partnership with Kwadeda High School in South Africa, who helped to produce another feature film called The Opportunity. This film was targeted at teenage audiences, to make them aware of HIV, drugs and other problems, that are high risk factors in South Africa.
Notable former pupils
- Warren Brown
- Isobel Harrop
- Andrew J Marsh – Author – “World War II: The Silent Ballet”
- Pete Heywoode – Mayor of Stoke Newington.
- Robin Jarvis
- Curtis Jobling
- Gary Owen — Retired English football midfielder.
- Official site
- UK Department for Education and Skills statistics
- UK Ofsted inspection report
- "The Challenge Academy Trust TCAT – Penketh High School Consultation". penkethhighschool.co.uk. Retrieved 2017-04-22.