And did those feet in ancient time
Walk upon England’s mountains green?
And was the Holy Lamb of God
On England’s pleasant pastures seen?
And did the countenance divine
Shine forth upon our clouded hills?
And was Jerusalem builded here
Among those dark satanic mills?
Bring me my bow of burning gold!
Bring me my arrows of desire!
Bring me my spear! O clouds unfold!
Bring me my chariot of fire!
I will not cease from mental fight,
Nor shall my sword sleep in my hand,
Till we have built Jerusalem
In England’s green and pleasant land.

Enter with us, O God our Saviour
Upon the life of this day
be thou our companion in all that we have to do
in our difficulties grant us guidance
in our weakness send us strength
help us to do our duties earnestly
to bear our troubles bravely
to serve thee and our fellows with wisdom and cheerfulness
through Jesus Christ our Lord


Our school is committed to ensuring you are happy and healthy; we can offer you lots of support or guidance if you are going through a difficult period.

If you feel you need to talk to someone about worries in school, issues at home or your health in general then you have the option to access the following services that Audenshaw School will arrange for you:

  • Peer Mentors
  • School Nurse
  • Health Mentor
  • School Counsellor

All you need to do is speak to your Form Leader or ask as at Pastoral Support or you can click on the following links for more general information

Childline is a free 24 hour counselling service for young people provided by the NSPCC You can also call Childline free on 0800 1111 anytime

Winston's Wish is a bereavement charity who provide support for young people who have lost a loved one

Young Minds is a charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of young people

Young Carers (YCNet) is a online support service for young people who help to look after someone in their family who has an illness, disability, drug/alcohol addiction or mental health condition

Frank ( is a website for concerns about drug use. You can also call Frank free on 0300 123 6600 anytime

Tips to stop Cyber Bullying

External links are carefully selected, however Audenshaw School is not responsible for the content of external websites.


What is STEM?

STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

Audenshaw STEM Club has done it all! From building rockets, to decorating your Christmas tree with chemistry!

We like to explore how STEM can change the world around us and look for solutions to the problems of generations to come!

This year, we will be taking inspiration from other young people who are working to change the world.

This year, we will be exploring and making everything that goes into having a waste-free lunch!

Think about how you could help everyone save the Earth and join in!

The STEM club will be each Wednesday from 14:40 - 15:30. We will be looking at some fun practicals that can be done at home and investigating science with experiments every week! We will go onto do projects like "How to survive a zombie apocalypse" and making our own board game using magnets! STEM Club will be open to year 7s and year 8s.

STEM Websites

MN - STEM - an educational website -

National Stem Centre -

Institute of Physics

Royal Society of Chemistry
NASA Kids Club

Kinetic City

Science Kids - Engineering

iPad Apps


STEM Activities to do at home

Make a mini hovercraft

External links are carefully selected, however Audenshaw School is not responsible for the content of external websites.

School Council

With two representatives from every form, Audenshaw School has a thriving and enthusiastic student council which meets every half term throughout the academic year. Representatives have been meeting in their year group due to Covid 19 and will discuss their ideas and prioritise the issues they want to raise for further discussion. Once restrictions lift KS3 and KS4 meetings will be grouped together which will be followed by the whole School Council to meeting together to bring ideas of both KS3 and KS4. Allowing this two way dialogue between students and staff, the School Council enables students to participate fully in school life and have an influence in their school environment. Being a School Council representative for your form offers you a range of opportunities; you are responsible for representing your form and ensuring that all ideas are relayed to the School Council, you can learn new skills – such as negotiating and speaking with confidence, patience and respect for other people views and ideas, and in addition you demonstrate tolerance.


Issues that the School Council has raised or been consulted on this year include:

-  Getting more students involved in more independent initiatives throughout the school.

-  Addressing strengths of the school and attempting to create a positive environment for all.

-  Picking a new school charity to raise money including are current charity Barnabus.

-  Planning and preparing charity initiatives such as AUDventure, Active Audenshaw, Christmas Jumper Day and the Macmillan Coffee Morning.


Issues that the School Council has successfully implemented:

- The design and creation of the new toilets in the main school.
- Awareness for the Manchester Bombing victims including designing a themed menu and decorating the school hall.
- Running recycling campaigns including litter picking and waste collection.
- Creating more activities to do at lunchtime such as basket ball hoops and table tennis tables.


Technical Support

Need help and information relating to use of Office365 and/or accessing your desktop via the Audenshaw Cloud?

Curriculum Area

Curriculum support area, including curriculum map and the Year 10/11 curriculum plus guided pathways info

Contact Us

The school address and contact numbers, our contact form, how to find us and twitter feeds all featured here!