Welcome to Broughton Hall High School
A Technology College since 1998, we are aware of the need to prepare our pupils to achieve the necessary qualifications and skills for their adult lives. A wide range of courses at all levels is available with access to the most up to date equipment. A full range of extra-curricular activities is provided to further the aesthetic, sporting and academic talents of each pupil. Through our Community Courses and Family of Schools, we have extended educational opportunities to all ages.
Important Upcoming Dates
Thursday 14th August - A Level Results Day
A level results for Year 13 will be available on Thursday 14th August 8.00am - 11.00am. Year 12 AS results will be available 10.00am to 11.00am, please visit the main school dining room for results. More information
Thursday 21st August - GCSE Results Day
GCSE exam results will be available in the Year 9 HUB (via glass corridor entrance) on Thursday 21st August 9.00am – 11.00am. More information
Tuesday 2nd September - Year 7 Induction / Years 12/13 Registration
Year 7 Induction, Year 7 will start at 9am and finish at 2pm.
Wednesday 3rd September - Years 7 - 11 in school
Years 7 - 11 in school.
Thursday 4th September - Years 12/ 13 lessons begin
Broughton Hall is running a Summer School for our 2014 intake. Pupils joining us in September as our new year 7’s have the opportunity to attend a free two week Summer School. The sessions run each weekday between 28th July and 8th August from 10am to 2pm. Click on the link above for more information.
Broughton Hall students were involved in the annual national session of the European Union Youth Parliament UK (EYPUK) involving fourteen schools from England and Wales. Click on the link above for more information.
All Our Futures hosted in Liverpool from 16th to 20th June was an education and business conference for international teachers, educators and businesses which provided participants with practical immersive experiences in schools, new concepts of education and new collaborations between education and business. Click on the link above for more information.
Broughton Hall High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people; we expect all pupils, staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. Mrs D Lodge is Lead Designated Safeguarding Officer and Ms S Reid is Deputy Lead Designated Safeguarding Officer. The other named school Safeguarding Officers are Mrs K Barnes, Mrs A Greenhouse, Mrs C Dowling, Mrs P Tyrer, Mrs S Tait, Mrs A Rock and Mrs M Buckley (School Governor). Copies of the school safeguarding policy can be obtained from the school on request.