I am now writing to inform you that there is a vacancy for a Parent Governor and to invite parents, foster-parents, guardians or carers who would like to be a governor to put their names forward for appointment for a 4-year term of office. If there are more candidates than there are vacancies, there will be an election by secret ballot.
It was a glorious day on Monday 15th July 2019 – the perfect day to officially open our Peace Garden to staff and students. It had been a worthwhile wait, with work starting in the February half-term and, up until now, students had not stepped foot on the new garden. The garden was built in […]
On Wednesday 26th July a student from the Pinnacle Trust, Ibrahim Yousaf in Year 8 at The Hatershaw College, was presented with a British Citizen Youth Award after being nominated earlier this year. Due to his ill health, Ibrahim has been presented with his Medal, before the event at Parliament in October, at the College. […]
Once again, staff from The Pinnacle Learning Trust have completed the Great Manchester Run. On Sunday 19 May, staff from Oldham Sixth Form College, The Hathershaw College and Werneth Primary School joined forces to walk or run the 10k course. Jayne Clarke, Principal of OSFC and Executive Principal of the Pinnacle Learning Trust said “I […]
Staff, pupils and parents at Werneth Primary School are celebrating having formally joined local multi-academy trust, The Pinnacle Learning Trust (established by The Hathershaw College and Oldham Sixth Form College in 2017) with effect from 1st February 2019. The move has taken place as part of the process of former sponsor Bright Tribe Trust relinquishing […]
It was a glorious day for both the weather and the occasion as staff from Oldham Sixth Form College and The Hathershaw College came together as Pinnacle Learning Trust employees to run the Simplyhealth Great Manchester Run and raise money for a charity close to our hearts – Maggie’s Oldham. An ambitious target of £5000 […]