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Order of Ceremony 1. Welcome from the Chair of Governors

Steve Anderson

2. Head teacher’s address

John Pout

3. First interlude 4. Address by our Guest Speaker

Mark Featherstone-Witty

5. Second interlude 6. Presentation of Certificates 7. Presentation of Special Awards 8. Vote of thanks:

Head Boy – Michael Schenck Head Girl - Charlotte Foster

9. Closing remarks

Steve Anderson


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Headteacher’s Review of the Year

2009/10 was yet another year when the school’s exam results and other indicators showed improvement. Year 11 produced the best set of results in the school’s history. 5+ A*-C including English and Maths 5+ A*-C 5+ A*-G

68% 88% 100%

The A level results were also excellent with an ALPS score of 2 for A2, 2 for BTEC and 4 for AS. This is a 1-9 data score, with 1/2/3 considered outstanding. 646 children applied for 240 places in Year 7, and the Sixth Form is full with 250 students. Attendance hit an all time high of 94.9%, marred only by the taking of holidays, by a minority of parents in term time. Rainhill High is a genuine family school, and the friendly relationships, mutual support and celebration of success ARE a credit to all involved. Curriculum enrichment continued with more trips and visits, ranging from: New York to Berlin, from Holland to Spain. At lunchtime and after school there are numerous extracurricular activities and sports events, including teams, with our football teams doing extremely well. Our elite athletes, supported by the school, continue to work towards lofty ambitions. For some 2012 and 2016 are a genuine possibility. We have established a unique partnership with Liverpool FC that places some of their younger players at the school. This has been good for our pupils on several levels, a full programme for Arts events with the Dance Show at the Brindley and the Visual Art exhibition being the pinnacle. On top of this is the huge effort made by staff, students and parents to support a full programme of revision classes for all. The Year 11 and 13 Proms are an annual highlight for me, and a well deserved celebration for everyone concerned. All of this despite, the snow closures and the false start Ofsted process, shows that the school is operating at the highest level. All in all it has been a fun- filled and excellent year. Thank you to all our students who contributed to this success. I am and will remain, very proud of all of you. You remain, for life, part of the Rainhill family. Congratulations John Pout


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Guest Speaker Mark Featherstone-Witty Mark Featherstone Witty is the Founding Principal and Chief Executive of the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.

He was born in London. Not particularly enjoying his secondary school because of its lack of opportunities in the performing arts, Mark still managed to produce, direct and act in a play. As a result he left school determined to be an actor and involved with theatre. His acting career was not that successful. His last portrayal was a hairdresser in 'Deadly Encounter' which was filmed in the States, where he was studying for a Masters degree. The film was of such quality that his film professor, at the time, warned him not to get involved with any publicity should the film be distributed in Europe. It was that good. In his early professional life Mark was a teacher, publisher, and writer as well as running a television production company (Rainbow Education) which developed a six part television series,‘Whose Town Is It Anyway?’for Channel Four. In the early 1980's, he was inspired by Alan Parker's film 'Fame' to develop a school that would provide performing arts training for a sustained career. With help from many, he created The British Record Trust School (The BRIT School) in Croydon, London. Paul McCartney, when he was writing his Liverpool Oratorio, decided to relive his schooldays by visiting his old school, the Liverpool Institute for Boys. He was dismayed by the derelict and abandoned building. Someone had suggested that Liverpool needed a performing arts school. The former Beatles producer, George Martin, suggested to Paul McCartney that he meet with Mark Featherstone-Witty. It is extremely rare for a Higher Education Institution to start from scratch in the UK. Led by Mark, £20m funding was raised via Liverpool City Challenge, The European Union, Paul McCartney and Grundig. LIPA celebrated its tenth birthday in January 2006 and remains significantly oversubscribed and extremely successful, all under Mark’s leadership. Mark has had a number of books published, one being‘LIPA - The First Ten Years’. He is on the board of the Liverpool Royal Court Theatre Trust to assist in the refurbishment of this magnificent venue. LIPA and Rainhill High School, together with St Helens College, are founding partners of Rainhill Learning Village Trust.


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Head of Year: Dr M Beswick Assistant Head of Year:Miss B Williams Form Tutors: Mr A Slocombe (11A): Ms D Barker (11B): Miss E Iphofen (11C) : Dr G Pugh (11D): Mrs H Lee (11E): Mr G Potter (11F): Miss J Caton (11G): Miss P Graves (11H) Name Charlotte Adams Danielle Allen James Allen Dale Anders James Anderson Lewis Arnold Nathan Arrowsmith Ericka Askew Drew Atherton Laura Atherton Lauren Atherton David Atkinson Abigail Avis Emma Bannan Samantha Bathgate Jacob Baxendale Patrick Benson Andrew Berry Jack Birkett Chloe Bishop Jessica Boyce Rachel Boyer Rachel Boyle Amy Bradshaw Louise Brady Rebecca Brannelly Jessica Briers Peter Brimelow Charlotte Brook Emma Brook Alexander Brown Gemma Brown Lucas Brown Ryan Burke Samantha Burrows Adam Butler Stephanie Cahill Alexander Canning

Reg 11E 11C 11H 11D 11C 11H 11D 11D 11C 11F 11D 11H 11G 11G 11B 11F 11C 11F 11G 11A 11D 11F 11F 11B 11A 11F 11E 11B 11F 11D 11E 11E 11B 11E 11C 11G 11H 11F

Name Shannah Cunningham Leanne Daverin James Davey Emma Davies Jamie Davies Paul Davies Darian Day Adam De-Gray Birch Jack Denton Amy Deri Russell Dickinson Kimberley Dooley Sean Douglas Lauren Doyle Jack Duffy Jessica Dunn Lewis Edwards Lauren Elliott James Evans Thomas Farley Michael Fenney Gia Foster Lauren Foster Jonathan Friar Harry Gallagher Emily Gardner Sophie Gaskell Rebecca Giblin Matthew Gill Matthew Gillick Alexandra Giubertoni Melissa Glaister Harriet Glover Matthew Gornall Sarah Grady Andrew Green Thomas Green Hannah Greenough

Reg 11C 11F 11G 11H 11D 11H 11C 11B 11B 11H 11F 11B 11B 11C 11H 11H 11G 11H 11E 11B 11F 11H 11B 11B 11A 11G 11A 11E 11F 11A 11B 11B 11B 11F 11D 11F 11C 11C


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Name Emma Carlisle Laura Carrier Stuart Carter Lauren Cassells Jonathan Caton Abbie Chadwick Nicole Clarke Jason Cliffe Georgina Connelly Connor Conway Sarah Cooke Jack Cooper Grace Corns James Cotterill Rebecca Craig Samuel Cross Matthew Crowther Dylan Crummy Jake Cunningham Tyler Jeffries Benjamin Jones Claire Jones Jack Jones Katie Jones Leila Jones Melissa Jones Rebecca Jones Leonie Kearns Zachary Kennerdale Helena Kerr Abigail Key Thavachsalvam Kogulatheepan Waion Kwan Michael Lace Caroline Lane Harry Langley Emma Larne Ashleigh Latham Stacey Lea Hayley Leadbetter Amy Leather Andrew Lee Liam Leight Joseph Lewis Rebecca Lewis

Reg 11H 11G 11A 11A 11D 11H 11A 11A 11G 11G 11H 11A 11C 11D 11H 11C 11H 11G 11G 11G 11A 11F 11B 11F 11H 11G 11H 11C 11E 11D 11D

Name Tony Hall Liam Halligan Daniel Halpin Emma Hampson Rebecca Hayes Nicole Hayhurst Joseph Head Amelia Heyes Rebecca Hobin Adam Hodgkinson Jessica Hodgson Joshua Homer Nathan Homer Katie Honnor Sean Hopkins Melissa Horner Christopher Houghton Hannah Howard Richard Howard Scott Partington Samantha Peters Stephanie Phelan Elliot Platt Rebecca Porter Sherrin Redmond Katie Ricketts Daniel Rigby Molly Rigby Steel Dylan Riley Carina Roberts John Roberts

Reg 11E 11C 11H 11A 11E 11D 11B 11G 11F 11E 11C 11A 11A 11C 11F 11E 11C 11F 11D 11F 11E 11E 11B 11A 11E 11G 11G 11H 11G 11A 11D

11E 11E 11B 11A 11B 11H 11E 11F 11C 11B 11B 11D 11H 11E

Mark Roberts Matthew Roberts Olivia Roper Peter Rush Thomas Rush Matthew Ryan Amelia Scales Michael Scott Liam Se Rachel Shaw Katie Simpson Amy Smallshaw Chloe Smith Jack Smith

11G 11G 11H 11C 11E 11A 11F 11D 11E 11F 11D 11H 11C 11E


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Name Aimee Leyden Kevin Li David Lloyd Connor Lowe Kathryn Lynch Adam Lyon Ashleigh Lyons Holly Maddrell Laura Margetts Joseph Massey Charlotte Massie Ellen Mather Rebecca Mather Denise McDonald Chelsea McKay Robert McKeown Victoria McMahon Jay Melling Rachel Miranda Jennifer Mitchell Liam Mitchell Samuel Mobbs Adam Molyneux Alexandra Montgomery Kirsten Moran Beth Morgan Melissa Morgan Heather Mugglestone Henoc Mukendi Kerry Mulville Benjamin Murray Matthew O’Neill Lee Owen

Reg 11C 11D 11D 11D 11A 11A 11A 11C 11D 11F 11G 11F 11F 11C 11G 11A 11C 11A 11D 11E 11E 11B 11F

Name Jack Smith Adam Starkey Emily Stockley Alex Suart Ryan Sullivan Kevin Syder Lauren Taylor Matthew Taylor Jack Tierney Natalie Tomkinson Mark Towers Daniel Turner Kevin Verdin Sophie Vickers Hannah Vose James Waine Elizabeth Walker Steven Walsh Rachel Waring Adam Waterhouse James Whitaker Jamie White Luke Wilkinson

Reg 11E 11F 11A 11E 11C 11A 11D 11A 11F 11H 11H 11H 11G 11G 11C 11D 11B 11A 11G 11D 11D 11C 11A

11B 11B 11G 11B

Joseph Williams Rebecca Williams Rebecca Williams Ryan Williams

11B 11A 11G 11E

11F 11B 11C 11H 11C 11C

Katherine Wilson Jonathan Wood Kieran Woods Dale Woodward Leon Yau

11F 11A 11B 11E 11G


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Prizes and Trophy Winners for Year 11 Headteacher's Prize for best overall GCSE results

The Suzanne Anders Prize for Service to the School Prize for Head Boy - Michael Schenck Prize for Head Girl - Charlotte Foster GCSE SUBJECT PRIZES Subjects Art Business Studies . Catering Construction Dance Drama English English Literature French Geography Health & Social Care History ICT Mathematics Media Studies Music Sneha Sangyam Physical Education Photography Product Design Religious Studies Science Sociology Spanish Textiles

Award Mrs J Davis Steven Quilliam A J Teasdale Charlotte Hughes Liam McGann Mark Brown Mark French Velissarios Velississ


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Head of Sixth Form: Mr A Cunningham: Assistant Head: Mrs AWalsh Tutors: Mr R Jones: Mr PWalsh: Mr G Benbow: Mrs C Garner: Mr G Hobson: Mr M Binns: Mr H Jones: MrT Kleinhans: MissWTrefla: Mrs M Kleinhans: Mr P Nightingale: Mrs RTomlinson: Surname Anderson Anten Aspinall

Forename University Graeme Liverpool University Charlotte James Kent University

Atherton Ayling-O'Sullivan Ball Bannan Bates-Lawlor Binns Bird Brookes Bruce Butler Byrne Caton Clague Cooper Corbett Craig Critchley Cross Curzon Davies Davies De Asha Dean Denton Douglas Dowdle Dunn Edmundson Edwards Fahey Forster Forster Foster Graham Grove Gulliver

James Kelly-Jay Anthony Matthew Jack Laurie Andrew Sophie Ellen Kimberley Kathryn Adam Steven Krisjan Ryan Laura Lisa Andrew Joshua Holly Marc Karl Nathan Rebekah Laura Jessica Lucy Benjamin Kate Ryan Ashleigh Zara Jonathan Michael Connor Adam

Course Law

Bangor University Liverpool University Liverpool University

Politics & International Relations Zoology Drama Geography

Carmel College

Art Foundation

University of Chester John Moores University Manchester Metro Liverpool University Employment Bolton University Liverpool John Moores Employment Carmel College University of Chester Liverpool University

CreativeWriting/English Psychology Psychology Law Apprenticeship Sport & Exercise Science Law University 2011 Art Foundation Adult Nursing Engineering

Sheffield University Employment Scholarship to USA

Landscaping

Manchester Met Psychology Bangor University English UCLAN MusicTheatre Employment St Helens College Health & Beauty Edge Hill University P E and School Sport Edge Hill University Children &Young People Edge Hill University Religious Education Liverpool University Maths/Music Dual Honours Employment Liverpool Cathedral Organist Bangor University

Law


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Surname Hargreaves Harris Harrison Hobday Hodgson Hynes

Forename Lewis Samantha Calum Caroline Aysha Melissa

Irwin Jones Jones Jones Joyce Kavanagh Keogh Kerr Khwaja Knott Knowles Lavery Lewis Li Little Lomas Lowe Lyon Lyon Martin Mather McGowan McKeown McNulty

Sean Jamie Jessica Robert Laura Amy Andrew Daniel Ateeka Daniel Adam Daniel Ryan Michelle James Fiona Sara-Jane Adele Charlotte Samantha Alexandra Luke Danielle Sian

Mercer Molyneux Mullin Nabi Navis O'Neill Phelan

University

Course

Liverpool Hope Employment

Disability Studies RAF

Edge Hill University Liverpool John Moores

English Tourism & Leisure Management

Edge Hill University

Law

RADA London Leeds University Exeter University Manchester Met

Acting Public Relations Geography Web Development

Liverpool John Moores

Zoology

Trainee Employment Liverpool John Moores

Pharmacy

Manchester University Environment Science St Helens College Childcare Liverpool Hope UniversityPrimaryTeaching Liverpool John Moores Law and Criminal Justice Liverpool John Moores Children &Young People St Helens College Liverpool John Moores MCAT

Rebecca Andrew Ben Ashley Anna Michael Laura

Photography Criminology Fashion & Clothing Technology

Liverpool Hope Manchester University Liverpool John Moores Liverpool Hope

Pilkington Plaistow Porter

Andrew Lauren Charlotte

Drama &Theatre Studies Pharmacy Business Studies English Language & Psychology

Apprenticeship Bolton University

Prince Roberts

Daniel Casey

Manchester Metro

Childcare Education & Community Studies Social Change


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Surname Roberts Roberts Robertson Robinson Rossington Savage Schumacher Sedman Smith Smith Smith Sood Srivastava Stevenson Sumner Supria Swift Thompson Tierney Tran

Forename Katie Natasha Sophie Faye Robert Sascha Sally Jessica Christopher Daniel Elizabeth Rohini Devika Megan Liam Charlotte Thomas Joseph Amy Gary

University Liverpool Hope

Course Religion,Theology & History

Lancaster University

Law

Liverpool John Moores

Sports Science

Liverpool John Moores Bangor University Edge Hill University Carmel College Coventry University

Biology Law Early Childhood Studies Art Foundation Business Studies

Bradford University Coventry University Liverpool Hope 2011 Nursing Manchester Metro

Optometry English Ancient History

Vaughan Veacock

Paul Philip

Bangor University

Vernon Vose Wales Wales Walsh Watson

Hazel Chloe Alistair Michael Megan Lauren

London Metro Liverpool John Moores

Wilkinson Williams Williams Williams Wilson Woodward Wright Wright Yates

Emma Hayley Jade Lauren Adam Natalie Chloe Jessica Shaun

Advertising & Brand Management

Sport, Health & Physical Education Liverpool Hope PrimaryTeaching Uni of Central Lancashire SocialWork Sheffield University Biology Journalism & Media Studies English and Media Cultural Studies Chester Adult Nursing University of Cumbria Radiography UCLAN Dance Liverpool John Moores Pharmacy Chester University Edge Hill University

Dance Child Nursing


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Prizes & Trophy Winners for Year 13 Chair of Governor's prize for the best overall A Level results The Margaret Hanrahan prize for Service to the Sixth Form

A-Level Subject Prizes Subject

Art (Mike Doyle) Chemistry Economics Geography Health & Social Care ICT Media Studies PE (Rebecca Clague) Politics Psychology Sociology Theatre Studies

Business Studies Dance English German History Maths (Pam Hatten) Music Physics Product Design Religious Studies Textiles


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Prizes A number of our prizes have been donated by individuals or families. They are:-

HMI Davis: Subject Award For Construction. Joan Davis was Deputy Headteacher from 2004 to 2010. She has now been promoted to HMI. She feels her prize, for construction, represents the transformation at the school where the success of every student is important. Councillor Mike Doyle: Award for Sixth Form Achievement in Art. Councillor Mike Doyle was Chair of Governors from 1987 until his death in 2008. A distinguished local politician, his contribution to the Rainhill community was immense. Pam Hatten: Award for Sixth Form Achievement in Maths. This award is in memory of Pam Hatten, a highly valued and respected member of the support staff, as Secretary in the Sixth Form from 1986 to 2006 Rebecca Clague: Award for Sixth Form Achievement in PE. This award is in memory of Rebecca, a very popular, bright student who was highly regarded by both her peer group and members of staff Steve Quilliam: Award for English Language. A talented sportsman and hard working student, Steven was universally respected by staff and students for his strength of character and kindness to others A J Teasdale: Award for Geography. Antony Teasdale, who still has links with the school, dedicated this prize to Geography in recognition of his time here as a Geography teacher and Head of Year Charlotte Hughes: Award for History. Charlotte is remembered by all those who knew her for her remarkable, positive attitude and outstanding commitments to her studies, and her resilience during her long term illness Liam McGann: Award for Mathematics. Liam is remembered for his excellence in this subject and his contribution to all aspects of school life. Sneha Sangyam: Award for Music. This award is in recognition of Sneha’s talent as a musician and her contribution to the school band during her seven years at school Mark Brown: Award for PE This award for PE, in Mark’s memory, is in recognition of his contribution to, and love of, sport and outdoor pursuits Mark French: Award for Product Design. A talented Technology student, who is remembered for his excellent work in this subject Velissarios Velississ: Award for Science. This award is dedicated to Velissarios who is remembered, by all who knew him, as a kind, gentle and diligent student whom everyone liked and respected Suzanne Anders: Award for Services to the School. A caring member of the school community, this award is in recognition of Suzanne’s service to the school Chair of Governors: Presented by the Chair to the Student with the Best A Level Results. Mr Steve Anderson has been Chair of Governors since 2008. Headteacher: Presented by the Headteacher to the Student with the Best GCSE Results. Mr John Pout has been Headteacher since 2004.


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Governing Body 2010/11 Chair

Mr S Anderson

Vice Chair

Mr JP Boyer

Chair of Achievement Committee

Mrs D Boyer

Chair of Finance Committee

Mr D Sharpe

Chair of Pastoral Committee

Mrs C Mobbs

Chair of Personnel Committee

Mr M Sanderson

Staff Governor

Mr M Binns

Trust Governor

Mr B Dean

Staff Governor

Mr A Eyre

Trust Governor

Miss M Gammo-Felton

Local Authority Governor

Cllr B Grunewald

Parent Governor

Mr B Lyon

Parent Governor

Mr B Makepeace

Local Authority Governor

Mrs A O'Ryan

Local Authority Governor

Mrs P Robinson

Parent Governor

Mr G Rooney

Community Governor

Mrs S Schenck

Staff Governor

Mr G Tully

Parent Governor

Mr D Williams


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