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BBC News School Report 2015

The County High School, Leftwich BBC News School Report 2015

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Year 11 English / Maths Consultation

On Monday 30th March between 4pm and 8pm Year 11 parents/carers are invited to attend a Maths / English consultation which will give you the opportunity to meet your child's teachers to discuss progress in these two vital GCSE subjects.
For further information on the evening and how to book an appointment please see the letter below.

download icon Year 11 English / Maths Consultation Letter


Out of Uniform Day

On Thursday 2nd April we will be having an out of uniform day. Tickets will be available for 1 in the main entrance on arrival at school.
The money raised from this event will be shared between Hope House and Comic Relief.



World Book Day 2015

Thursday 5th of March brought another exciting opportunity to celebrate World Book Day, which is an annual event in our school calendar. Read More...

 See the photobooth images here

 See the DEAR images here



Sainsbury's Active Kids Vouchers

Active Kids vouchers can be collected from Wednesday 28th January until Tuesday 5th May 2015 at all Sainsbury's stores, online grocery ordering and petrol stations. Please can you pass any vouchers you receive to the PE Department.

Visit the Sainsbury's Active Kids website here.


Sainsbury's Active Kids Vouchers

Active Kids vouchers can be collected from Wednesday 28th January until Tuesday 5th May 2015 at all Sainsbury's stores, online grocery ordering and petrol stations. Please can you pass any vouchers you receive to the PE Department.

Visit the Sainsbury's Active Kids website here.


Hire Facilities

The County High School, Leftwich offer a wide range of facilities that are available for hire to the public.

For more information on facilities available please click here.


E Safety

The internet and devices that connect to it are powerful learning tools. Our students need to learn to work independently in order to develop their digital skills, however they also need to learn how to use these tools safely.

To see our E Safety page please click here.


Word of the week

Gesticulate - to move the arms or hands when speaking, or express something with movements of the arms or hands

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Principal's Welcome

The Head with Pupils

Welcome to The County High School, Leftwich, a school with an established reputation for enabling our students to maximise their potential academically and socially. We strive to nurture an appropriately challenging, but caring and supportive atmosphere in which each student is encouraged to make the right choice, to develop self-discipline, self-confidence and self-reliance, essential attributes of a personalised approach to learning and crucial qualities in preparation for independent, adult life beyond the safe environment we provide.

We are committed to the continuous development of a learning community which encourages each individual to recognise his/her talents and to learn how to learn in order to secure purposeful and satisfying future employment in a rapidly changing, global marketplace. Thus, we encourage our students to participate in the many exciting and varied activities that flourish beyond as well as in the classroom. The School enjoys an enviable reputation for Art, Photography, Music, Dance and Sport. Expertise is also offered in a range of other areas, including visits at home and abroad. We believe "Every Child Matters", that education is about enjoyment and achievement which, together, can bring your child the success s/he craves and you desire.

Miss J Brandreth MBA BAHons NPQH, PGCE

  

 


Year 10 Mock Interviews

World Book Day

Movetotheleft

Staff and Student Acccess




Gallery

BBC News School Report

Media Gallery


Thought For the Week

Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced - James Baldwin


Ofsted July 2011 

"... a strong independent learning culture, enthusiastically embraced by students."