On Friday 19th November after what seems a very long wait we finally returned to celebrate the annual Educate Awards at Liverpool Cathedral. As always the venue looked amazing, it was such a lovely opportunity to meet up again with colleagues from all over the region to celebrate the wonderful
Wednesday 20th October saw 84 Year 12 visiting Alton towers Scarefest Festival. Despite a weather warning being in palce for torrential rain and wind, spirits were high as we left school to head of down the M6. A day of head-spinning rides were thoroughly enjoyed along with the live shows and
Lots of activities happend in school to mark European Day of Languages...... At lunch, we had special menus with recipes from Spain, Italy, Germany and France. Pupils across all years were invited to participate in “Guess the language” competition involving lots of staff showing off their fantast
Friday 24th September saw our first ever "Blanch Book Swap" to support and encourage literacy within our community. Students and staff brought in books they were willing to donate and during break time and lunch time students could help themselves to a book they have not read before. Students have
We celebrated the end of the assessments with our Year 13 Spanish students with a Mexican lunch: burritos and tortilla with guacamole were on the menu! Iman, Maryam, Nadynn and Tanya, Mr Davenport and Miss Querol are very proud of you! Buena suerte!!
Congratulations go to one of our year 12 Physics students, Scarlett S,who has been successful in her application for a place at the Particle CERN Summer School. This will take place in August 2021 and will be run by; Professor Joost Vossebeld, the University of Liverpool LHCb and ATLAS experiment
A Level Theatre Event and Spanish Lunch – Students of A Level Spanish recently participated in a theatre workshop event linked to their literature study of La Casa de Bernarda Alba. With the theatres temporarily closed we brought the production to school with a broadcast of the play by the
Back in November 2020 we celebrated "Go Neon for Neonatal" day in school hoping to raise as much money for Liverpool Women's Hospital - "Big Tiny Steps Appeal". We are delighted and proud to have raised an impressive £727.31. This week we have received a letter of thanks from LWHC Fundraising
On Friday 29 th January, instead of being held in the Anglican Cathedral, The Educate Awards ceremony was broadcast live on YouTube. Due to COVID-19, the event had to take on a different format this year and following the successful broadcast of the shortlist announcement, when the school received
This year once again we witnessed the overwhelming generosity of both students, their families and staff who have kindly contributed to the Shoe Box Appeal. There were over 500 boxes donated and collected to be sent to children in Hungary. As always our students and their families live out our
Every year the school community joins together for Blanchstock, as you are aware, this has been a difficult and different year and so we would like you all to contribute to our online end of year celebration. The event will take place in July 2020 and It will be streamed on our YouTube channel
Archbishop Desmond Tutu once said, “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.” The current global protests stemming from the horrific murder of George Floyd have served to highlight the long-standing issues of injustice not only in the USA but also
On the 25th - 26th February we welcomed Ofsted to our school for a full section 5 inspection. We are both proud and delighted to report that our school has been graded as "Outstanding" The report highlights many areas, including the "impeccable" behaviour of our students and a "thirst for learning
"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