Welcome to The County High School, Leftwich
BBC News School Report
Students from the County High School,Leftwich made their very own news bulletin as part of the BBC News School Report.
World Book Day
On the 6th of March, everyone in our school community celebrated World Book Day. We had some well-received 'DEAR Time' in school, which stands for Drop Everything and Read.
Top 100 Schools in England
The County High School, Leftwich is one of the top 100 schools in England showing the greatest sustained improvement in the percentage of pupils achieving five or more A*-C grade GCSEs, including English and maths. Read more...
To access the Lesson Monitor marks: Log onto the Parent Portal / Click onto the My Children Dashboard / Click the Student Record / Click the Lesson Attendance Summary, more details. Read more....
Monday and Tuesday after school, starting after Easter.
Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 have been entered into the Northwich league (subject to training attendance).
To be in the team students need to attend training on Tuesday 22nd April.
Sainsbury's Active Kids Vouchers
Sainsbury's are giving away Active Kids vouchers between the 29th January and 20th May 2014. If you receive any vouchers please can you bring them into school as the PE department are collecting them. Thank you.
Excellent Examination Results - 80% 5+ A*-C (with English & Maths) in 2013
80% of students achieving 5 or more GCSEs at grades C or above, which include the essential employability qualifications of English and Mathematics.
Word of the week
Gesticulate - to move the arms or hands when speaking, or express something with movements of the arms or hands
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