To establish Bishop Rawstorne as the natural choice of school for parents within the local area.
To raise aspirations for all, engaging in the disadvantaged and the disaffected, challenging all of our community to reach for the next level
In Christian faith at the core of this Christian community, guiding and supporting us in our daily endeavours.
In becoming the best school, with the best levels of progress and attainment.
By the highest standards of teaching and learning, delivered by a driven and developed teaching and support staff, underpinned by research and leadership opportunity.
By engaging early with our parents to create a shared ambition and commitment to meet the needs of all of our community.
3 July 2015
Click to see some of the photos from the Bishop Rawstorne Class of 2015 Prom!
Here Come The Girls!
17 June 2015
Yr 10 Textiles/Art students along with some yr 9 students had the opportunity to visit Graduate Fashion Week in London on Tuesday June 2nd. They saw a brilliant fashion show of Graduates work, and were able to look at porfolios and garments produced by final year students from a range of Universities around the country. Excellent inspiration for future years and careers.! Even more exciting was celebrity spotting in the Front Row!
Brothers of Charity
12 June 2015
Bishop Rawstorne is pleased to announce that we are now supporting the Brothers of Charity in their new venture.
Eco Club Cooks for Summer
12 June 2015
Eco club had another ‘cooking’ session today (8th June) when they made Jam Jar Cheese Cakes. It was a truly ‘Eco experience’. Jam jars were used as a way of re-cycling glass, local Lancashire strawberries, which are now in season, were used as toppings and low fat yoghurt and cream cheese were mixed together for a healthy cheesy layer! These were delicious and so easy to make – Eco Club agreed they will be making them again at home!
Bishops Flash Mob
11 June 2015
At Bishop Rawstorne we believe no one, student or staff, should suffer alone if they feel they have a problem. This week, in tutor time, students have been looking at ways to talk about problems and situations that may be bothering them.