- Art and Design
- Business and Communication Systems
- Business Studies
- Our One to One Careers Guidance Rationale
- Children's play, learning and development
- Computing and ICT
- Design Technology
- Modern Foreign Languages
- P.E - GCSE
- Religious Studies
- The Prince's Trust xl Course
Our Library is expertly managed by Mrs Jones who has been working towards creating a fully equipped resource base to support all students with their study.
The Library is equipped with a Library Management system which allows a catalogue of stock to be built up covering subjects taught on the National Curriculum. We also have a wide range of titles in our fiction/novels section and a bank of computers to give students greater access to the internet and resources.
Stock editing is constantly taking place to give access to the most up to date reading materials available. A questionnaire is given to the students, usually in the Spring Term, to help the department evaluate and incorporate new ideas and concepts to keep pace with the advancement of education and technology.
The students enjoy visiting the library/resource base, whether it's to do research, use the computers or to chill out and read a book. Teachers like to book lessons to use the facilities. We feel that the Library/Resource Base is a very important part of our school, supporting the education and development of each student and therefore enriching each person's life.
Our Library Shop is open every day and sells a range of stationery and equipment for school use. The Bookclub scheme is very popular with the girls enabling them to purchase the latest titles at discounted prices.
Non-uniform day helps our school community raise charitable funds for this vital UK blood cancer and bone marrow charity.
Our Year 7 pupils participate in a three day residential in Cumbria.
Archbishop Blanch pupils help support those in need in our wider community.
Our Christian value for this term is "community".
Closing Date: 3:30pm on Friday, 10th October.