It was the second ABS Colour masterclass with Smithdown Primary School, we looked at Aboriginal Art and Pointillism, using similar techniques each pupil created their own vibrant section for a full class butterfly. Once again the children enjoyed their afternoon and as you can see from the images
On Friday 7 th June 27 pupils from Year 7-10 took part in the city athletics Championships at Wavertree Athletics Track. 23 schools entered the competition and I am delighted to announce that overall our school came 6 th Year 7's ranked 5 th overall, Year 9's came 9 th and the Year 10's
On Wednesday, 12 June Archbishop Blanch students were invited to take part in the Umbrella Project launch on Church Street in Liverpool. The project aims to flip the disabling perception of neurodiverse individuals on its head and, instead, celebrate cognitive differences. ADHD, autism, dyslexia,
We welcomed pupils from Smithdown Primary to our Art Department for an afternoon taking part in our "ABS Colour Class" the children developed key vocabulary by looking at artists work and experimenting with a variety of colourful materials to create a human colour wheel. It was a
Three of our Year 10 students made a special appearance on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme this morning! Some of our girls have been lucky enough to pilot a new website called “Informed Choices”, which is developed by the Russell Group of leading British universities. Archbishop Blanch School
Archbishop Blanch School has been recognised nationally for its excellent results in 2018 based on data from the Department for Education and Ofsted, analysed by SSAT, the Schools, Students and Teachers network. Archbishop Blanch School was found to be among the best performing secondary
In partnership with our friends at the Rotary Club of Liverpool we are delighted to be hosting the Big Lego Brick Hospital. This is an initiative to support the building of the new Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in Liverpool. The new Clatterbridge is currently being built next to the new Royal
To raise money for Red Nose Day this year staff bravely (or some may say foolishly!) braved the wind and rain today to give students the opportunity to throw buckets of water over their favourite (or maybe least favourite!!) member of staff. Take a look at the pictures below to see how much the
Little Sports Coaching will be holding holiday courses at Archbishop Blanch School.during the Easter holidays. There are 3 different courses available to choose from, Football /Multi Sports /Dance & Gymnastics with wrap around care from 8am -6pm to book your place please see the link below:
On Wednesday 13th March we welcomed The Diana Award to school as we hosted the Anti-Bullying Ambassador training day. Twelve schools brought a total of 140 students from across the city each and every one had a fantastic day taking part in sessions which will give them the
We will be taking part and celebrating Neurodiversity week this year which takes place during the week of 13-17th May 2019. This week aims to celebrate the advantages of being neurodiverse and raising awareness about students within our school community and beyond who experience the challenges
Wednesday 7th March we celebrated World Book Day. Willing staff were invited to dress as a famous literary character and students can try and guess who they are.Can you guess who's who from the pictures below?
Our fantastic choir have made local headlines in a recent edition of the Liverpool Echo which we are delighted to share with you. Liverpool Choir Article
"Our two daughters have had the best start in life thanks to the caring, enthusiastic and hardworking staff of Archbishop Blanch School. Choosing the right secondary school for one's children is such a difficult task, but we could feel the special ethos of ABS on our first visit. You inspire your pupils to achieve the academic heights of which they are capable in a happy, safe and vibrant environment."
Archbishop Blanch Parent.
We have a tradition of high academic standards encouraging students of all abilities to achieve and be successful. Our curriculum gives students many opportunities to progress and develop into whatever field they choose offering a vast range of subjects at each stage across the school and giving an excellent choice of extra curricular enrichment.
Our talented teachers deliver lessons which are fun and exciting supported by state of the art technology and resources.
The Christian Ethos of Archbishop Blanch School is a unique feature of our school. We offer a safe and caring environment in which every student can reach their full potential.
The faith life of our school is a strong feature of Archbishop Blanch. Our new school building compliments our Christian ethos and enables us to come together in groups small and large. We also have a dedicated prayer room for special services and spiritual moments.
Archbishop Blanch has a successful sixth form which offers an excellent choice of subjects to both boys and girls:
Our experienced sixth form team offer both academic rigour, complemented by our supportive pastoral care which together produces outstanding results.
Our new and exciting sixth form offers its own unique, facilities including: Study Centre, Dedicated Careers Advisor, Study Support Team and Social Area