Based on the scientific advice of SAGE, the UK Chief Medical Officers are advising anyone who has travelled to the UK from mainland China, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau in the last 14 days and is experiencing cough or fever or shortness of breath, to stay indoors and call NHS 111, even if symptoms are mild.
Careers Convention – Thursday, 29th November 6pm – 8pm
An evening not to be missed!
Years 8 – 13 are invited…
On 10th November 2017, The Morley Academy in Leeds, an accredited World Class school, hosted the 2017 World Class…read more
The GDPR is new legislation regarding the maintenance and protection of your personal data by those who have a…read more
Painsley Catholic College is, once again, celebrating a set of truly outstanding GCSE results with 90% of the Year…read more
The trip to France was full of surprises, excitement, and ice cream!
After a long journey on Monday, we stopped off…
The average grade achieved by a student was a B, which is a remarkable achievement. Other noteworthy results…read more
A team of four students from Painsley Sixth Form College won the award for ‘Engineer of the Year’ for…read more
Painsley Catholic College student, Emily Bettany (14) from Staffordshire, is celebrating some fantastic results at the recent Horse of…read more
On Monday 10th July, 36 Year 9 Spanish students flew to Barcelona for 5 days to experience Spanish culture…read more
Painsley Catholic College is celebrating a set of truly outstanding GCSE results with 92% of the Year 11 students…read more