Pensby High School

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Pensby High School
Pensby High School for boys (2).JPG
Established 1950
Type Community school
Headteacher Mr Kevin Flanagan
Location Irby Road
CH61 6XN
53°20′36″N 3°06′45″W / 53.3433°N 3.1124°W / 53.3433; -3.1124Coordinates: 53°20′36″N 3°06′45″W / 53.3433°N 3.1124°W / 53.3433; -3.1124
Local authority Wirral Borough Council
DfE URN 105100 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 510 as of April 2016
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–18
Website School website

Pensby High School is a co-educational secondary school and sixth form in Pensby, on the Wirral Peninsula, England.

The school site was originally split between a boys' school and girls' school which was 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) remained separate. However, the school is now a combined mixed campus.

Governors for the school[edit]


Kevin Flanagan

Co-opted - appointed by the Governing Body

Mary Draper – Chair Roger Henshaw – Vice Chair and Chair of Finance, Staffing and Resources Arthur Armstrong – Chair of Curriculum Committee Steve Row – Safeguarding Governor Sheila Robinson Alison Challoner Tracey Graham

LA - nominated by the Local Authority and appointed by the Governing Body

Louise Reecejones - SEND Governor

Parent - elected by the parents of pupils registered in Pensby High School

Paul Coles - Chair of Pupil Personal Development and Well-Being Sharron McHattie

Staff - elected by the staff of Pensby High School

Caroline Fildes

Associate Member

Rachel Anstiss

Clerk to Governors

Gillian Patterson

Notable former pupils[edit]

  • Steve Cummings, racing cyclist who took silver with GB team in 2004 Athens Olympics
  • Mike Dean, FA premier league referee
  • Ian Woan, professional footballer with Nottingham Forest 1990 - 2000
  • Graham Branch, professional footballer with Tranmere Rovers 1991-1998, Burnley 1999-2007 etc
  • Phillip Blond, political philosopher, theologian and director of the ResPublica think tank.


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