2 Week Summer School 19th August till 30th August

We are extremely happy to announce that we will be running private tuition clubs over the summer holidays offering booster sessions in the core subjects (our main focus will be in English, as this is a general area of weakness in most pupils). Details are as follows:

  • Age Range

    • Pupils starting year 7 in September 2019 only (boys and girls)

  • Dates

    • 2 weeks: 19th August till 30th August (Weekdays only)*

  • Times

    • 11:00am till 1:00pm (2 x 1 hour sessions)

  • Subjects

    • English - 2 weeks

    • Maths - 1 week

    • Science - 1 week

  • Teachers

    • All qualified subject specialist teachers

    • PGCE

    • KS3 and KS4 GCSE teaching experience

    • English taught by AQA GCSE exam moderator

  • Class sizes

    • Maximum of 8 per session

  • Cost

    • £150

  • Registration

    • To register, please can you kindly visit https://www.olivehigh.co.uk/contact and enter your details. In the message tab, please enter the following details:

      • Child’s name

      • Child’s age (only children going into year 7 September 2019 may register)

      • Please ensure your correct address and mobile number is entered

    • We will email you back confirming registration and all the details required

*The club will hopefully run the full academic year (term-time only) from September 2019 till July 2020 inshaAllah. This will only be in English and Maths for year 7 pupils, giving them a head start in their foundation studies in order to prepare them for their GCSE’s. More details will follow.

Winter food bank

Alhamdulillah pupils and families at Olive high contributed non perishable foods for the winter food bank. JazakAllah khair to all who contributed to this worthy project. The food collected was then taken to Burnley community kitchen to help the needy and homeless during the month of December .

Heritage Exhibition visit - Thursday 13th September

As part of the History and Citizenship curriculum year 7 pupils visited the Heritage exhibition in Preston. This trip was an ongoing part of the schools curriculum enrichment process. It gave the pupils the opportunity to step back into history and see how the first community of people who arrived from the sub continent after world war 2 lived and the different types of employment they pursued.