Woodhey High School
|Motto||Work hard, play hard, achieve success|
|Headteacher||Mr Brian Roadnight|
|Location||Bolton Road West
|DfE URN||105361 Tables|
|Houses||Ashton, Calrows, Grant, Hoyle, Kay, Peel & Braidley|
|Colours||Maroon and Gold|
Woodhey High School is a secondary school in Ramsbottom, in the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, Greater Manchester. Woodhey High School was built by Bury LEA (Local Education Authority) in 1979 to replace the Peel Brow Secondary Modern school. The school has just undergone a referbishment with new facilities.
Woodhey High School is located near towns such as Bury, Bolton, Ramsbottom and Tottington and the suburbs of Brandlesholme, Greenmount and Edenfield and Rawtenstall. The address is: Woodhey High School, Bolton Road West, Ramsbottom, Bury, BL0 9QZ. The school has had major building work and renovation work that inincludeds several new classrooms and facilities around the school such as a recording studio.
Secondary education is provided at Woodhey High School for 11- to 16-year-olds (Years 7 to 11). Many subjects are available to study at Woodhey including: Art, English Literature, English Language, Maths, (Double Award) Science (including biology, chemistry and physics), History, Geography, Music, Information Technology, Business Studies, Electronics, French and Spanish.
Notable former pupils
- Antony Cotton, actor who plays Sean Tully in Coronation Street
- Tom Kennedy, footballer currently playing for Barnsley
- Kelvin Lomax, footballer, most recently played for Hyde United
- Kieran Trippier, footballer currently playing for Tottenham Hotspur and brother of Kelvin Lomax
- Nat Taylor (footballer), currently playing for Accrington Stanley
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