Albany High School Chorley
We've been for a trip to our archives for a visit to memory lane.
Rover Dealer Career Challenge winners, from left, Shakail Ahmed, Glynn Sewell, Andrew Stagles and Lee Watkins, all 16 Industry Day: Janine Newell, Robert Potter, Kirsten Parker, advisor Marion Iddon, Darren McGurk, organiser Sheila Wharton, Simon Wilson and the mayor School newspaper: Andrew Wronksley, Rebecca Findlay, Lindsey and Clare, Jacqueline O'Shea and Paul Parker Netball team: Kelly Brien, Danielle Taward, Kate Morgan, Shelley Morgan, Karen Jones, Annette Walmsley, Liz Paul Wareing, 13, with his McDonald's reward for a 100% attendance record, despite having a broken leg Mathematics competition winners, including Keith Lambert, 14, winner of the Best in School award Albany football team: Lee Hodgkinson, David Cowling, Chris Barnes, Michael Sherlock, Stuart Walsh, Anthony Moore, Lee Owler, Karl Carlson, Ian Fowler, Gary Moore, Chris Barnes and Mark Higginson Volunteers for extra homework: Ayley Nicholson and Andrew Owler, with head teacher Miss Marian Quirke at the homework club Stockholm Police Academy visit: Swedish policemen Stefan Jalhage and Jems Nillson with pupils Matthew Wallace, David Blakeley, Amy Ashmore and Zoe Collinson Science department filming: Teacher George Richardson filming Richard Kurtz at work French students Aureilie Garnow and Laetitia Gomet with pupils Stephanie Holt and Rachel Ellison Head teacher Marion Quirke with pupils after a glowing report BNFL apprentices Kate Coldwell and Daniel Naylor at an engineering workshop Deputy head teacher Barrie Ward receives a retirement award from head boy James Wilson and his wife receives flowers from head girl Somayya Esa Crime busters: Police present awards for a community action team Chief Insp Neil Walsh and PC Eileen Chester present awards to winners after crime prevention work Drama students rehearsing for an Art Festival performance Top of the calss for this maths team after success at the annual Sharp UK Maths Challenge Coming up with solutions to problems of transport and the environment Top pupils: Head teacher Marian Quirke with Danielle Toward, Gary Chadwick, Shakail Ahmed and Karen Jones Go Karters Gary Moore, Cathryn Tomlins, Nicky Thompson, Richard Boardman and Laura Bennet with Hall Motors boss Paul Kershaw Arts Festival: Dale Leonard, Simon Jones and Martin Tickle Arts Festival: Sarah and Helen Cable Pupils at Albany High School, Chorley, who have not missed a day at the school in five years (from left) Natalie Cragg, Colin Jolley and Caroline Kendall. Miss World at Albany High School Experiment with an all boys year 10 English class Experiment with an all boys year 10 english class Philip Salisbury with paper made out of fibre in the Art class Vicky Holt making paper in the Art Class A fond farewell to Barbara Scott who is the drama tutor at Albany High School, From left, Alister Toward, Catherine Houghton, Barbara Scott, Lindsey Dickinson and Andrew Houghton. The regional finals of the Rover Career Challenge Competition. Pictured with their Tutor Keith Turner, head of design and technology at Albany. Pupils are taking line dancing lessons as part of their P.E. lessons. Some of the pupils are joined here by school Head Marion Catterall, and line dance instructor, Peter Horrocks Pupils learn how best to use marzipan in cooking, as part of their food technology lesson, from Mike Mason, National Key Account Manager for Odense Marcipan of Denmark. Dracula and two of his brides as they appear in Albany High School's "Dracula Spectacular", Playing the parts are, from left, Natalie Murphy, Staurt Sumner and Anne Parr. Albany High School, Chorley, year 10 pupil, Emma Jennings with some of the items made by the textile class who have had their work included in a national exhibition. Year seven Religious Education pupils at Albany High School, Chorley, read the childrens bible with PastorJohn Bochian, of the Emanuel Christian Centre, Bucharest, Romania. The captain of the Albany High School Netball team, Holly Pincock, with her colleagues from left, Lynne Holden, Laura Lengthorn, Kirsty Charnock, Lyndsay Catterall and Claire Donohue. Albany High School year 8 pupil Laura Lengthorn who has been chosen to play for the Great Britain under 14's squash team Miso-Shi who took a muti-cultural dance workshop with year 9 puils from Albany High School in Chorley. Yasmeen Idris, Emma Cooke, Emma Whitehead, Hannah Power, Faye Davies, Ruth Watt, Victoria Robinson, Lauren Riding, Grace Atherton, Indra Wignall and Rachael Owen performing in the Gang Show Showing off the new Albany High School credit card are Jenny Woodcock and Kris McMenamin. Singer Louise Allan.14, from Albany High School, Chorley, who has got a recording contract Rebecca Findlay of Albany High School and Beth Roberts of St Michaels High School have had their designs accepted by Chorley's Millenium Group to be used on their letterheads and internet site. Girl Power ... Claire Hooley , Lateefa Desai , Clare Pilkington , Lindsey Dickinson , and Marian Rothwell with their GCSE results at Albany High School , Chorley . Pupils Sarah Spear, Jaskiran Sidhu, Samantha Holding and Liam Murphy try out some of the instruments which were brought into the school to illustrate a lecture by Doctor Eric Webster Sarah Spear, 12, attempts to guess how many sweets are in the shoe at one of the stalls at Albany High School, Chorley, held to raise money for the Jeans for Genes Day pupils who have collected tinfoil, foreign coins and stamps which are raising money for Guide Dogs Association.(l-r) Kelly Lowick, Helen Close, Tracy Hartley.
Writer: Nicky Hansen, with Marco the guide dog, at Albany High School, Chorley, with some of the alluminium collected to raise money to buy a guide dog. Year 8 pupils, Tamzin Hartley, Kelly Dyson and Kerry Marshall with examples of Amazon Rainforest buldings which year 8 made as part of their Rainforest project. Pupils have been chosen to represent Lancashire and two to play in the development squad. Lynne Holden and Helen Fairhurst, Lancashire and Holly Pincock and Lisa Charnock, Pupils squeeze onto the narrow pavement at their bus stop as traffic speeds past, inches away Pupils Michael Bridgeman and Melissa Hendy wash up after their Food Technology lesson, watched by Head Marion Catterall, left, Chief Education Officer of Lancashire Chris Trinick and Hazel Harding. From left, Rebecca Haydock, Carmel Makinson, Carla Pennington, Sandrine Makinson and Chloe Deane, display some of the items they have on sale to raise money for the Blue Peter Appeal. Twins, James and Rachel Ellison have won a Trident Gold Award for community work.Also picking up the awards are, rear from left, Howard Green, Laura Groves, Dean Catterall and Carl Unsworth Chorley Albany High school pupils Graham Nelson and Jonathon Horton have both won community service awards. Pupils from Albany High school in Chorley are part of an initiative with Runshaw College.(L-r) Nicola Jolley, Adam Hartley, and Andrea Burns Tracy Smith, Jennifer Almond, Danielle Watson, Lucynda Henry, Laurie McGurk and Tracy Ormesher with Antony Lewis and Michael Ashmore during their language class from a group of German visitors