Part of

  • Blacko Primary School
  • Colne Park High School
  • Laneshaw Bridge Primary School
  • Lord Street Primary
Pennine Trust


Massive congratulations to all the Year 11 students of Park High School and their families. Their hard work, dedication and commitment to their GCSE studies has paid of with dividends. Students can now use their successes to drive forward and embrace their next chapters with confidence.  

An impressive twenty-eight students achieved at least one of the highest possible GCSE grade 9 or Level 2 Distinction stars. Special mention must go to Ben Beebe who was the highest attaining student in the year group closely followed by Chloe Barwell, Brandon Hirst and Nikita. The shining stars for progress made throughout secondary school are Besim Jenkins and Georgina Botchway who made the most progress within their year group from KS2 to the end of secondary school. 

Headteacher, Cathy Eulert said:

“Today's GCSE results are not just a testament to the hard work and dedication of our students, but also to the commitment of our parents and staff who have supported them throughout their journey. Together, we celebrate not only academic achievements but the resilience, character, and future potential of our young people.  They really do bring to life the Pennine Trust values of Ambition , Respect and Collaboration and looking forward, we hope these results become a reminder that even in the face of challenges, anything is possible."

The staff of Park continue to be super proud of all that the students have achieved during their time with us and wish them much further success and happiness as they now fly the Park family nest and make their mark in life beyond our school community.  

CEO of The Pennine Trust, John Tarbox said:

“This summer has seen a return to pre-pandemic grading for GCSE and A level qualifications. So, this year 11 cohort, whose education significantly disrupted by the impact of Covid during years 8, 9 and 10, deserve great credit for their achievements. They have had to apply themselves away from the classroom and the direct input from their teachers in these formative years. Well done to everyone who has made progress over this period, and we wish you all happiness and success in the future.”