Belonging, Engaging, Succeeding Together

  • Welcome

  • Library

  • Arts College

  • Art

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  • Science

  • Computing

  • Fitness

  • Dance

  • Photography

  • Music

  • Welcome

  • A Welcoming & Caring Environment
  • Students celebrating another excellent set of results in August 2018.
  • Students celebrating another excellent set of results in August 2018.
  • We have a strong tradition of achieving excellent examination results.
  • Ceramic Sculptures produced in Art lessons
  • Students exploring 3D claywork
  • Visiting Manchester Art Gallery
  • Science Department
  • One of our 13 IT suites
  • State of the art Fitness suite
  • Rehearsals in our Dance Studio
  • GCSE Photography at Key Stage 4
  • Our award winning Music Department perform at many school and community events
  • A Welcoming & Caring Environment

Introduction from the Headteacher

Welcome to Fred Longworth High School. Our aim is simple – to inspire all our students to achieve their best through “belonging, engaging and succeeding together”.

We have a tradition of achieving excellent examination results and students are given a strong head start in life. Excellent teaching is at the heart of our success. Committed and enthusiastic teachers deliver high quality, enjoyable lessons that encourage a lifelong love of learning.

Read more … or See our Prospectus …

Admissions Consultation

Please see our letter [PDF] for information on the consultation for our admission arrangements from 2020.

Curriculum Evenings

Copies of the presentations from the Curriculum Evenings are available for download

Show My Homework

Information for Students

To see your links to Show My Homework and more, click here.

Information for Parents

Click logo to set-up with your PIN

If you’ve not already created your account with the Parent Code (PIN) issued to you, please click on the logo above to sign-on with the PIN code included in your invitation e-mail / letter and intialise your account. You will then be able to use the ‘Show My Homework’ App or website to keep up to date with your child’s homework assignments and progress. Please note that the parent account is separate from the account used by students which is for their personal use only.

If you have signed up already, you can log in on any computer or mobile device using your email address and password.

How to log in

Once you have created your account using your parent code (PIN), you can access your account on any device using your email address and password.

On the website

1. Visit our login page
2. Search for our school if not already shown
3. Enter your email address and password
4. Click Log in

On a mobile device

1. Search for our school if not already shown
2. Tap “Login with email or username”
3. Enter your email address and password
4. Tap login

Forgotten your password?

You can quickly reset your password using your registered email address.

Simply click “Forgot password?” on the login page or on the App. Once you have entered your email, a password reset email will be sent to you. Follow the Reset my password link to reset your password and regain access to your account.

See the Parents’ guide to ‘Show My Homework’ as a PDF or for information on how to download the app for your iOS or Android device click here.

Not received your logon details yet? In the meantime, you can view the homework calendar by clicking here, but you’ll need to use the filters at the top of the screen to see just the homework set for specific subjects or classes. (Student names or details are not displayed using this view).

SIMS Online – for Parents

The SIMS Parent App and Online portal will allow you to monitor your child’s progress in school more closely than ever before. You will have immediate access to your child’s attendance and behaviour records and interim reports.

If you haven’t received an invite to use the SIMS App, use this address to apply (click the e-mail address to compose your message)
[You may also click here to fill up a PDF application form, save it and then attach it to the e-mail request.]

To view a letter to parents’ click here, or to obtain more details, click here to move to our dedicated page.

If you are having difficulty logging in to the SIMS App see this FAQ page for further information. Student accounts do not have access to the SIMS Parent App.


FLHS Students Celebrate their Success

Fred Longworth High School students were celebrating their hard-earned achievements as they collected their GCSE results today. There were smiling faces all around as students realised they had met the challenge of the new, more rigorous exams.

Many students achieved a crop of top grades, with top performers including Ben Betts, Alice Davidson, Orouwa Isibor, Amelia Jones, Danielle Ruthven, Benjamin Pritchard and Ellen Senior.

We are proud of the achievements of all our students and recognise that these results could not have been achieved without the hard work and dedication of students, staff and parents. The excited discussions between students and their teachers today underlined how strong the partnership between staff and students has been for this year group.


Head of Year Mr Fallows was particularly delighted to see the students do so well and Mrs Janet Garretts, Headteacher, said, “It’s always exciting to watch the students receiving their results and looking forward to the next exciting stage in their lives. Well done to all of our students, and the teachers and parents who worked with them to make these results possible”.


Ofsted Report of Inspection 21/22 November 2017

Please click to see the letter to parents’ from Mrs Garretts regarding the Ofsted report.

You can also download or view the letter as a PDF and also view the full report here in the same format.

All of our Ofsted reports can be accessed from the Information section of the website.

Information about the new GCSE Grades

Some useful information has been published concerning the new grading structure of GCSE examinations and we are providing links below.

GCSEs are Changing (Link to HM Government Information)

Explanatory ‘Factsheet’ on the changes (Link to PDF document)