Prenton High School’s PE Department has reached a significant milestone by achieving the Leadership Skills Foundation, Excellence in Leadership status, marking a momentous accomplishment for the institution.
The school’s commitment to nurturing strong student leaders and fostering a culture of excellence has earned it this prestigious recognition. With only 22 centres across the country achieving this recognition, Prenton’s PE Department are a beacon of success.
The journey towards achieving this accolade has been a result of years of dedication and hard work by both the Miss Gore, Miss Doyle, and students of Prenton High School and it reflects the school’s unwavering commitment to preparing the next generation of leaders, instilling values of responsibility, accountability, and integrity.
Subject Leader for PE and Dance, Miss Gore, has expressed her delight at this accomplishment saying, “This recognition is a testament to the incredible efforts of our students, staff and the wider school community.
“We have always strived to promote strong leadership qualities in our students and this achievement reaffirms our dedication to this goal.”
To attain this Excellence in Leadership status, Prenton High School had to meet rigorous criteria set by the Leadership Skills Foundation.
This included demonstrating effective leadership practices, pathways for leadership throughout the school community, fostering a positive school culture, implementing innovative leadership strategies and maintaining high standards of student performance.
Prenton High School will continue its mission of producing responsible, capable and compassionate leaders, who will make a positive impact on society.
It is not just a moment of pride for the school community but also a testament to the transformative power of education, serving as a shining example of how dedication, commitment and a focus on leadership can shape the leaders of tomorrow – a statement which echoes the school’s vision: Making a positive difference today to achieve a better tomorrow.
Image: Nikki Gore and Alyshia Doyle from Prenton High School and former LFC goalkeeper, Chris Kirkland, who was the keynote speaker at the awards event