19 pictures from Penwortham Girls High School pupils from the 90s

These pictures were all taken by our photographers at Penwortham Girls High School School in the 90s

Friday, 30th August 2019, 3:51 pm
Updated Friday, 30th August 2019, 4:51 pm
Penwortham Girls High School

We've been for a trip to our archives for a visit to memory lane

Gemma Pilkington, Stacey Charlesworth, Laura Johnston, Cathy Hinchliffe and Joanne Bamber, fund raisers at Penwortham Girls High School who helped raise 3600 for Christie Hospital
Pupils Rebecca Maddock and Gemma Muncaster dress up as Tweedle Dum and Tweedle dee for a Book week

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Presentation of achievement books, from left, special guest Sharon Woodruff, Rizwana Bangliwala, Rebecca Adair and Jen Farrington
Anisha Hansrod with a trophy for the most outstanding contribution in design technology
Ruth Seaton and Joanne Hartley use a new 1000 computer-linked keyboard system
The school rugby league team scrum down with Salford RL star Steve Kerry
Hannah Moorhouse operates a video camera being used to produce art work at the school
Deputy head Joan Fitzgibbon at the scene of a fire at the school, after arsonists broke in through a window
Upper school head Joan Johnson with pupils who made a book of the year's events
Yasmin Vorajee and fellow young enterprise pupils receive a plaque from Martin Walker
Sisters, Rachel and Jenny Hewitt are South Ribble Badminton champions in their respective age groups
Storyteller Fran O'Boyle works on his book review with (from left) Claudia fisher-Godwin, Heather Skachill, Marguerite Ralphs and Samantha Bentley during Book Week
Some of the bookweek characters are, back row, from left, Daniella Cain, Lisa Shackleton, Laura-Jane Mangan and Amy Henshall, front, Leanne Armistead and Laura Adams
Dungeons & dragons team Sumaya Dancey, Kim Thorpe, Sarah Walker, Sarah Richardson, Sarah Flaherty, Kate Sullivan and Emma Dancey who will compete in the national finals
Katie O'Hagan, 12, surrounded by leaves in an art class during Environment Week
Dragon slayer, Laura Parfitt, 15, the Dungeon and dragons fantasy role playing team captain gets ready for the championships
Karen Brady, 16, and Faye Bamford, 16, who have painted a mural in the gym changing rooms
Lianne Nelson, 16, winner of the Year 11 public speaking competition
Elizabeth Sibbering, Jennifer North, Michelle Poole and Juliet Ralph, the winners of the South Ribble Under 16 doubles tennis tournament