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“We endeavour to achieve and aspire to be successful.”


Longdendale High School is a thriving 11-16 school built on strong values that inform all that we do. We have high standards where everyone is challenged and supported to flourish and encouraged to work hard to fulfil their aspirations. We expect every member of our school to be the best they can be. We have high expectations of all our staff, students and our wider community. Together we work hard so that everyone can achieve and feel safe and happy, ready to go on to have an exciting future.

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Keep up to date with the latest news and events that have taken place at Longdendale High School.

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On Friday 5th October all Year 11 learners across the trust had the opportunity to visit the Futures Roadshow. The learners from Rayner Stephens High School were invited to this annual and unique event that Longdendale High School has organised for a number of years.
Reflecting on exciting an exciting open evening at Longdendale High School where we welcomed prospective students and families. These students and families had the opportunity to speak to teachers and current pupils as well as see all the exciting new subjects they may be studying in the coming year. Particular highlights were the English department’s tea party with lots of lovely cakes and the live bands playing in the Music department. The potential students and families were encouraged to visit each department to collect stickers in order to receive their goody bags before they left. It was an absolute please to see so many people attend.
Longdendale celebrated the European Day of Languages on Wednesday 16th September. All week Miss Rogers delivered an assembly showing how languages helped her world to grow and showing that our world can be that bit bigger just by speaking another language. All members of staff took their registers in a different language and the Do Now activity in every subject was a vocabulary match up in French and Spanish!