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Congratulations to ALL our Students on their Exam Results!

Well done everyone on some fantastic exam results and for those who leave us this year, the very best of luck in all that you do. We are very proud of you!!

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Get an inside look at life beyond the gate at Audenshaw School
"Enjoy this short snapshot of a year at Audenshaw School. We are very proud of our students and the progress they make on their journey with us!"
Mrs J Saw
The Best Days of our Lives
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Latest News

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News, School information, documents and useful links for Parents/Carers wanting to know more!

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Headteacher's Welcome Message
I would like to welcome you to Audenshaw School's Website. I hope that you enjoy visiting it and by doing so will gain a clearer idea of all that goes on within the school whether this is academic achievements, our wide range of extra-curricular activities on offer or our relationships with the wider local and global communities. I strongly believe that it is vital to celebrate the successes of our school and have designed the website to highlight these key areas. The school has always and will always place huge emphasis on academic achievement. We have a long and proud tradition of academic success and are proud of our standing within the community and also what our students go on to achieve after they leave the school. I hope that our traditional yet forward thinking ethos has been reflected in the stories and images on the pages of our website.
Jeanette Saw, Headteacher
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Latest News

Feb 8 2019 by Chris Rose

PE Dept:The Audenshaw School PE Department were recognised for their incredible 2018/19 Season

Rugby League

PE Dept

Feb 8 2019 by Ady Sutherland

Rugby:>The Audenshaw U14 Rugby Team completed what has been an incredible season at the Kirkham Grammar School 7s Competition!

Rugby League

Rugby,U14's, Kirkham Grammar

Feb 8 2019 by Ady Sutherland

Rugby:The year 11 rugby team ended the season on an emphatic high winning the Lancashire Vase final against a strong St. Edward's side

Rugby League

Rugby,Lancashire Year 11

Jan 31 2019 by Chris Rose

Rugby:The U15 Rugby Team were crowned Lancashire Vase Champions with a 17-14 victory over Standish High School from Wigan

Rugby League

Rugby,U15's, Lancashire Vase

Jan 29, 2019 by Chris Rose

Rugby:Audenshaw Rugby product, Patrick Anglin made his senior debut for Warrington Wolves on Saturday against Rochdale Hornets RLFC

Rugby League

Rugby,Patrick Anglin

Jan 23, 2019 by Chris Rose

Athletics The 12th annual Audenshaw School Primary Cluster Indoor Athletics Competition took place on Thursday January 10th

Sharks Swimming


Nov 12, 2018 by Chris Rose

Rugby The U14 Team are through to the semi finals of the Lancashire Schools Cup following a courageous win!

Sharks Swimming

RUGBY, U14's, Merchant Taylor

Nov 6, 2018 by Chris Rose

Rugby Five members of the Audenshaw U14 and U15 Rugby teams have been selected for professional club, Sale Sharks.

Sharks Swimming

RUGBY, Sale sharks U14/U15's

Nov 5, 2018 by Chris Rose

Football Aldwyn Primary School were crowned Champions at the 12th annual Audenshaw Primary Cluster Football Competition

Sharks Swimming


Oct 4, 2018 by Chris Rose

Rugby: The U14 Rugby Team have enjoyed an exceptional week in which they took on and defeated two of the best school teams in the north!

Sharks Swimming

Rugby, U14's

Sept 17, 2018 by Chris Rose

Rugby: The U14 Rugby Team made it two wins from their opening three on Saturday with a hard fought victory over Rishworth School

Sharks Swimming

Rugby, U14's

Sept 10, 2018 by Chris Rose

Rugby: The U14 Rugby Team began their account for 2018/19 with a 54-7 victory over Lancashire neighbours, Bolton School1

Sharks Swimming

Rugby, U14's

Jun 27, 2018 by Chris Rose

Rugby: Former Audenshaw student, Richard Ward has become the latest of our rugby products to achieve international honours

Sharks Swimming

Rugby, Richard Ward

June 15, 2018 by Chris Rose

Cricket: The Audenshaw U15's secure their place in the Quarter Finals of the Lancashire Schools Cup


Cricket, U15's, Lancashire cup

Jun 14, 2018 by Kathryn Taylor

Chemistry: Audenshaw Chemistry team take 1st prize in Salter Competition at Manchester University

Sharks Swimming

Chemistry, Salter Prize

Jun 6, 2018 by Chris Rose

Swimming: Sharks' Bennett & Campbell Make Both English & British National Championship Finals

Sharks Swimming

Audenshaw Sharks; Swimming

May 16, 2018 by Chris Rose

Cricket: The Audenshaw U15's secure their place in the third round of the Lancashire Schools Cup


Cricket, U15's, Lancashire cup

May 6, 2018 by Chris Rose

Swimming:The Audenshaw Sharks were well represented at the North West Regional Championships

Sharks, Swimming

May 2, 2018 by Chris Rose

Cricket:The U15 Cricket team enjoyed a superb victory in the Lancashire Schools Cup on Monday

Cricket, U15's, Lancashire Cup

Apr 24, 2018 by Chris Rose

Rugby Tour:Audenshaw School Rugby embarked upon their fifth international tour​ over Easter

Rugby, Spain

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KS3 English

At the start of each key stage 3 year (KS3), student’s writing skills are assessed through a base line writing test.  This test is then carried out again during the summer term to ascertain which students have made progress and those who need additional support the following year.  Reading, writing, speaking and listening skills are covered throughout KS3, using tailored units of work, which encourage all students to become active learners.  ICT skills are incorporated into work when it aids students’ learning of a particular area of study. 

Punctuation, spelling and grammar underpin students’ work in all subjects and a range of activities in English lessons helps to ensure that students make progress in these areas. The English department believe strongly in the need for students to re-draft longer pieces of work and to always check through their work carefully. Students are encouraged to check and comment on their teachers’ feedback.

Year 7 - Curriculum Information

At the start of the Autumn term students sit the NGRT reading test and the Vernon spelling test to ascertain their reading age and spelling age.  They sit the same spelling test at the end of the Summer term to understand which students have improved their spelling age and which are still behind. During the course of the year students cover a range of topics: Autobiography and Biography; a set text, which includes a response to fiction through creative, sustained writing and close analysis of characters and themes; writing for different audiences and purposes (non-fiction) through Sports Journalism; modern and pre-1914 poetry and a Shakespeare play ('Romeo and Juliet'), which includes a project based assignment.  Specific lessons are also devoted to reading for enjoyment - students keep a personal reading journal and are expected to read for at least 10 minutes a day.  A range of reading activities are completed within this lesson, which also includes a competitive reading race: for every book read and a for every review written, students are able to compete to win an end of year prize.

Year 8 - Curriculum Information

During the course of the year students cover a range of topics: a set text (looking at contemporary and pre-1914 authors) to develop reading and writing skills; analysis of non-fiction texts (persuade, argue, explain and/or inform) with the ability to compare two different types of texts using a range of comparative connectives ; a Drama text to explore plot, characters and themes; they create a written text inspired by texts and the moving image, e.g. ‘The Man with the Yellow Face’ and study war poetry, which includes project based work.

Year 9 - Curriculum Information

During the course of the year students cover a range of topics to prepare them for the demands of GCSE: writing for different audiences and purposes; a response to a Shakespeare text (e.g. 'Macbeth' or Romeo & Juliet'); a set GCSE Modern Prose / Drama text (e.g. 'Lord of the Flies', 'An Inspector Calls', 'Animal Farm'); a range of poetry and revision of punctuation and grammar through a range of writing tasks.​  Students will also cover the GCSE exam skills: reading for meaning with fiction and non-fiction, so that they can confidently analyse, compare and evaluate texts.  Project based work is encouraged to allow for independent study.

Key Stage 3 - How parents/carers can support their child

- Check planners for Homework set.
- Encourage their son to read regularly.
- Encourage their son to use a dictionary / thesaurus.
- Encourage their son to read over their work.  Ask to see the work and highlight areas that their son could improve without doing the work
  for them.
- Research areas of the work they are struggling to understand.
- Communicate any concerns by writing a note in their sons’ planner.
- Encourage students to complete the ‘Extended Homework Tasks’.
- Borrow books from the school’s ‘Virtual Library’.

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GCE RESULTS DAY will be taking place on
Thursday 15th August 09:00am – 12:00pm

GCSE RESULTS DAY will be taking place on
Thursday 22nd August 10:00am – 12:00pm

Collection of results will be taking place in the Dining Hall,
please make your way there via the main Dining Hall doors.
If students are unable to collect your results in person,
please contact the Exams Office to make alternative
arrangements via our exams email address: