• Year 10 College Taster Day

    10/08/2018

    Year 10 College Taster Day On 4 July 2018 Crosshill School welcomed our new students for their transition day to help them settle into their new surroundings and routine with their new class friends. Read More...
  • Lancashire Youth Games

    10/08/2018

    Blackpool Stanley Park was the venue for the Lancashire Youth Games held in July. Read More...
  • Kentmere Barracks Residential

    08/06/2018

    Crosshill students enjoy an adventurous time Read More...
  • Friends of Crosshill Summer Holiday Family Activities

    07/06/2018

    Summer Activities for all the family to join in Read More...
  • Sports Relief Day Friday 23 March 2018

    06/04/2018

    Crosshill had a very energetic day on Friday 23 March 2018, all in aid of Sports Relief Read More...
  • Duke of Edinburgh Practice 25 – 26 May 2017

    01/06/2017

    On Thursday 25 May KS4 pupils went on their practice expedition for their D of E Bronze Award. The pupils were laden up with tents and rucksacks for an overnight stay at Rivington. The pupils walked and navigated using map reading skills, set up camp, cooked an evening meal and slept in a tent overnight then packed up and waled to their final destination to return home on Friday. Well done to all the pupils who will do it all again for the real test on 22 and 23 June 2017. pupils Practice Expedition Report Read More...
  • KS3 Adventurers, Navigator and Explorers PE sessions

    24/05/2017

    Each Monday classes from KS3 have PE. The pupils are split into groups and do classes on a rota. Some have cycling lessons, some go swimming and some have PE activities with Miss Claire. The photos show some of the activities over the year. Miss Claire's sessions are theme based and the pupils have recreated pirates, space age, re-enacted Beattrice Potter, Gruffalo, Rainbow fish and Queen Elizabeth. ors Read More...
  • Special Visitor – Alex Hook and his sponsored challenge

    09/05/2017

    Alex Hook, aged 24 has been a member of Blackburn Community Sports Club since 2005 and is now attempting to repay the £3500 funding the Club gave him last year for a new handcycle. He is doing this by completing a sponsored challenge on his new wheels, supported by Cycle Instructors from Sporting NRG. Alex will be travelling a distance of 170 miles over a period of 4 days, taking in all the local Football League stadia on his trip. This will be the first challenge of many and Alex’s long term aim is to cycle from Ewood Park to Wembley Stadium for the FA Cup Final in the future. The more support he can receive for this challenge will offer encouragement that his long term aim can be achieved. Alex was born prematurely and as a result has Cerebral Palsy, which means he has weakness in the left side of his body and cannot walk. He has been a member of BCSC disability section from its inception & is a popular lad with members and volunteers alike. Alex received funding from the Club in early 2016 for a new bespoke hand-cycle. Along with Football, Cycling is one of his passions and through doing this it improves his self-esteem, and is a release from every day stresses. Setting challenges and completing them gives Alex a huge sense of achievement, and gives him a goal to focus on in the build-up. Alex has done multiple charity bike rides in recent years, but just as he was accustomed to life on the road and mentally feeling stronger for this, Alex unfortunately lost accessibility to his hand cycle. The financial loan from the Club has enabled cycling to be back on the agenda. The plan to cycle to all the football league grounds in the county, within a week is driven by his love of football and particularly of Blackburn Rovers. It is at Ewood Park where the challenge will end on Blackburn’s last game home game of the Football League season. By sponsoring Alex you are supporting the Club and offering Alex the chance to repay funding through his drive and determination to complete such a physical and mental challenge. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Alex-HookNWTour Read More...
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