Welcome to Goole High School


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“SECONDARY school is where students arrive as children and leave as adults and we want to make sure that when they leave they are awesome, not just ordinary.”

Goole High School

Danuta Tomasz, David Flowitt
Executive co-Headteachers

Here at the Goole High School Learning Quarter we want every student who walks through our doors to fulfil their dreams and we believe that there is no one-size-fits-all way of doing that. So we have reorganised our large and successful 11-18 secondary school into four small schools, each with a distinct purpose but united under one vision:

To inspire our kids to change their world

Students will start their journey at the 11-14 Prep School where they will gain the skills and abilities to be successful level 2 learners. After that they will be able to choose one of three pathways: the 14-19 Academy and Sixth Form; the 14-19 Create Studio School or the 14-19 Vocational Training School. Each pathway will lead to a core suite of qualifications delivered in a way that suits each student best with opportunities to get involved in a limitless range of extra curricular opportunities.

Goole High School

The Goole High School Learning Quarter is at the heart of its local community working in partnership with business leaders to offer quality education, community events and facilities to ensure a brighter economic future for the young people of Goole and the surrounding area.

There has never been a better time to be part of our learning community – but please don’t just take our word for it; come and see for yourself.

Latest News

July 24, 2014

Fond farewell for Year 11s


TEARS and laughter were in abundance when a Leavers’ Assembly was held for year 11 students. As they came to the end of five years at the school they were told they were a “fantastic” year group, who would be fondly remembered. Executive Co-headteachers Mrs Tomasz and Mr Flowitt, as well as year leader Mrs Appleyard, gave presentations, while […]

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July 23, 2014

Star performers rewarded


Celebration was the name of the game when Goole High School held a Key Stage Three graduation ceremony. Effort, achievement, progress, attendance and positive attitude were rewarded for dozens of Year 9 students, who received their awards from GHS staff leaders and Year 6 Teacher from Marshlands Primary School, James Wrafter. Alongside the graduation awards, […]

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July 23, 2014

Top attenders reap rewards


STUDENTS who had thrown themselves into school life during the past half term were rewarded for their efforts as part of the final Year Group assemblies before the Summer break. They received a mention after being nominated by staff for a range of achievements in line with the four categories of the school’s Fish Philosophy – […]

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