Cardinal Allen
Catholic High School

Community Projects

Cardinal Allen High School students work tirelessley within our community. This year our efforts to raise awareness of Homelessness was featured throughout the day on BBC news. Our work to highlight the issues of Bullying affecting mental health have been rewarded with the award of Most sustainable project by Lancashire Minds. Our students are currently actively involved with the 'Larkholme for All' initiative developing links with the Wyre Disability centre and with the Willows Garden project. Our efforts have been recognised as 2016 national finallists for the Community Education awards.

Community IT Group

Our community IT group meet every Tuesday 3.05- 4.05pm. Our students along with older members of the community work on projects that develop their IT skills. This year we worked on the following projects;

Traditional games - This was shared with our partner school in Sri Lanka
Austerity - This campaign involved visits from Lancashire County Council Councillor Lorraine Beavers and our MP Cat Smith
Freeport - This resulted in information placards being placed around Freeport
WW1 - We investigated the effects on Fleetwood of WW1
Fleetwood Tourist Information - A booklet for tourists visiting Fleetwood was produced
Coding - Members coded their own websites

We are always looking for new members. If you know of anyone who may benefit from some IT training contact Mr Harding


Our Interact group are linked with North Fylde Rotary Club. This year we have raised monies for Charities through various activities including 'The Big Bake Off', Sponsored 'Fancy Dress walk', Father Christmas Sleigh Collection and Community Christmas Tree. We are currently working on a Peace project with our partner school in Kenya. The group meet every Monday lunchtime.

Extended schools

Adult learning / Employability courses at Cardinal Allen

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These FREE courses are delivered by Lancashire Adult Learning that lead to Nationally recognised level 2 qualifications called 'Functional skills Maths' and 'Functional skills English'.

You can start at any level and work towards qualifications in Functional skills Maths and/or English from entry level to levels 1 any 2. You can do this by taking a short course in Maths which would lead on to an Award in developing skills in Maths which would then lead on to the higher certificate in Functional skills Maths. The certificates in Functional Skills Maths and Functional Skills English lead on to GCSE.

Classes for each course are 1 evening a week for 34 weeks 6 - 8.30pm on Mondays- English and Tuesdays - Mathematics. For further information/Enrolment contact Mr Harding at school Tel 872659 Email


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