Byrchall High School
Superb News...A New School For Byrchall!
The government announced recently that Byrchall High School is one of the 50 schools that are part of the School Rebuilding Project. Our school will be on the earlier part of the programme and we will release more details soon. The majority of the school will be New Build and we look forward to a top quality environment and facilities.
This is fantastic news for our students, teachers and the community. We are all very excited.
Byrchall High School is a modern, forward looking school, rich in traditional values. Ours is a school where high standards of attainment and behaviour are expected from every student; each individual matters and everyone has something special to contribute.
We encourage every student to achieve high standards and to develop an enthusiastic, problem-solving approach to their work so that they feel confident with their academic and social skills, inside and outside school. We strive to ensure that all children reach their potential.
June 7th: Covid-19 Update - A Letter from the Headteacher to Parents and Carers
May 28th: A Letter from the Headteacher to Parents and Carers
May 20th: Careers Update
If you have applied to SJR College, please read the important information below.
We are very aware that current Year 11 pupils have missed out on many opportunities to gain an insight into the courses they wish to follow in post-sixteen education. To assist pupils in making these important decisions, we have several events planned for the summer term when all Year 11 pupils will have completed their work towards their teacher assessed grades. There's more information on our Careers page.
May 13th: A Letter from the Headteacher to Parents and Carers
Child Sexual Exploitation
CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION (CSE) IS A FORM OF SEXUAL ABUSE THAT INVOLVES THE MANIPULATION AND/OR COERCION OF YOUNG PEOPLE UNDER THE AGE OF 18 INTO SEXUAL ACTIVITY.
The National Child Exploitation Awareness Day aims to highlight the issues surrounding Child Exploitation; encouraging everyone to think, spot and speak out against abuse and adopt a zero tolerance to adults developing inappropriate relationships with children or children exploiting and abusing their peers. This poster shows some of the signs to look out for. If you are worried about a child who may be at risk, please contact the pastoral team in school who will be able to offer support.
Further details on the Remote Learning provision in school, including how to access Microsoft Teams, can be found in the links below.
Byrchall is keeping you up to date with the situation here.
Our Next Three Themed Lunches are here!
"Big Mac Byrchall Day". Wednesday June 16th. See menu here.
"Build Your Panini Lunch". Thursday July 8th. See menu here.
"Chippy Tea Tuesday". Tuesday July 20th. See menu here.
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