50 WEEKS TO OUR NEW SCHOOL COMPLETION!

2015 Admission for Year 7 - Open Morning, 2 September at 10.00 a.m.

 http://www.abblanch.co.uk/News+and+Dates/Letters+to+Parents

 

To read the Headteacher's letter regarding the new site for Archbishop Blanch School please click on to the link below

 

http://www.abblanch.com/News+and+Dates/Letters+to+Parents

 

  Welcome to Archbishop Blanch School Website 

Telephone: 0151 709 1452                          Email: admin@blanch.org.uk

 "Archi" our learning Platform: www.archinet.org.uk

 

  Our aim is to follow these Christian Values in our lives together

 Community, Compassion, Forgiveness, Friendship, Thanksgiving, Trust

VALUE FOR THIS HALF TERM

"THANKSGIVING"

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK 

   "Not what we say about our blessings, but how we use them, is the true measure of our thanksgiving" 

 W. T. Purkiser

 

 

 

 

Click on link below for Sixth Form Enrolment information

                http://www.abblanch.com/Admissions/Sixth+Form

PUPIL PREMIUM
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  Latest News
Pupils return to school on Wednesday, 3rd September
Year 7 commence at 8.35 a.m.
Years 8-13 commence at 10.00 a.m.
 

BEST A LEVEL RESULTS IN THE HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL

We are delighted to announce 100% pass rate at A Level this year,

with 43% of our students achieving A*-B grades! 

This places Archbishop Blanch School amongst the highest achieving schools at A Level in the city.

It is wonderful that our students have achieved a significant number of the top A* grades in Art and Design, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Health & Social Care, History, Maths and Sociology and that the vast majority of students have been offered their first choice of university. 

 

Best friends Lizzy Foulkes (left) and Faye Cullinane, celebrating their A-level success with Archbishop Blanch Headteacher Jane GriffithsAmong the amazing success stories are Lizzie Foulkes and Faye Cullinane, who both achieved A* grades in Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

 

This cohort of students joined Archbishop Blanch School at the same time that Miss Griffiths became Headteacher and it is particularly gratifying that they have produced such fantastic results to end Miss Griffiths' time as Head of the school.

Congratulations and well done to the Year 13 students and staff of Archbishop Blanch School!


 

(picture courtesy of the Liverpool Echo)

GCSE  A*  PUPILS

Congratulations to all our students and staff on their successful GCSE results

 

Particularly praiseworthy are the outstanding results of Charlotte Collins and Louise Phillips who achieved 13 A*/A grades, closely followed by Heather Baker and Rachel Morgan who gained 12 A*/A grades and Beth Robinson with 11  A*/A’s for every subject they took – very well done girls!

 

 

 

SIXTH FORM INTAKE FOR SEPTEMBER 2014 GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER
Current Year 11 students from Archbishop Blanch and other schools around the city got a chance to get to know each other on July 15th at our annual Lunch on the Lawn event.  The weather was very kind and new friendships forged in readiness for their new life in the Sixth Form at our school.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
YOUNG ENTERPRISE FINALISTS 

Year 10 Enterprise team “Bits N Bobs” at their Trade Stand at the Young Enterprise Final held at Liverpool Hope University on 30 April 2014.   Mrs Addy, Young Enterprise Leader, said "they were fabulous ambassadors for our school and performed fantastically whilst being judged".

 

A brilliant presentation was given by the girls, who were commended by the judges for their eloquence and confidence, particularly as they were up against sixth formers from other schools. 

 

The day came to a perfect end at the awards ceremony when they were awarded the Best Trade Stand trophy - another one for our Awards Cabinet!!

Well done ‘Bits N Bobs
WEAR SOMETHING PINK
A fantastic effort on the school meant that over £1,500 was raised on 2 May from an own clothes day in support of the charity 'Women vs Cancer' - well done to all involved!

 
 SPORTS RELIEF - 21 MARCH 2014
  A magnificent £1,450 has been raised for Sports Relief by our staff and students today.  Our Sixth Form Interact Group have organised various fun events throughout the day, by far the most popular being the Netball match at lunchtime when the male members of staff played against the female staff.  We are sure you will agree, the men looked most fetching in their netball skirts!  Thanks to the staff for being such good sports.  The result was 2 - 1 to the ladies.  
Click on the attached to view pictures.  SELECTION_OF_SPORTS_RELIEF_PICTURES.pdf

 

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Access to "Archi" our Learning Platform 
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SAFEGUARDING OUR SCHOOL

The safety and well being of our pupils is of paramount importance

This school aims to create and maintain a safe environment

We will manage situations should child welfare concerns arise

We aim to create an atmosphere of trust in which pupils feel confident to confide any concerns

We will help young people to understand the difference between acceptable and non-acceptable behaviour

We will teach them to stay safe from harm

The school's Safeguarding Co-ordinator is:
Mrs J McElhinney-Samson (Deputy Head)

(full details of our Safeguarding Policies can be found in the appropriate section of this website)

 

PRIVACY POLICY

We will not provide any of the personal information you give us to any third party.  Any information submitted to Archbishop Blanch School via this website is held under the Data Protection Act 1998.