Full-Time Teacher of Mathematics

New Vacancy Available: Full-Time Teacher of Mathematics

The Governors wish to appoint a first rate, enthusiastic teacher of Mathematics to inspire our students, develop their thinking and achieve strong outcomes. The post is suitable for an NQT or more experienced colleague looking for a new challenge.

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Assistant Head of Subject - Religious Education

New Vacancy Available: Assistant Head of Subject - Religious Education

The Governors wish to appoint a first rate, enthusiastic Assistant Head of Subject for Religious Education with the skill to teach across the full age and ability range. If you are highly motivated, have a passion for R.E. and have the ability to inspire our pupils then we would love to hear from you.

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Lockdown Learning Highlights

Lockdown Learning Highlights

As we adapt back to school life it is important to remember how hard we worked during the lockdown period, we have put together a highlights gallery of some of the great work our pupils produced whilst working from home.

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Teacher of Art & Photography - Part Time

New Vacancy Available: Teacher of Art & Photography - Part Time

The Governors wish to appoint an outstanding and enthusiastic Teacher of Art and Photography. The role would be an opportunity for the successful candidate to join an outstanding and well-resourced department in a school where Art and Photography are popular exam options at KS4 and KS5.

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Introducing the Broughton Hall Psychology & Health and Social Care Department Lecture Series

Introducing the Broughton Hall Psychology & Health and Social Care Department Lecture Series

Students taking Psychology and Health and Social Care are learning more about these subjects by welcoming a series of guest lecturers into their lessons. Our very first guest was our own Mrs Robinson in the sixth form. Mrs Robinson's fascinating presentation and stories about her identical twin sons helped A Level Psychology students better understand the biological and environmental factors involved in the development of twins.

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Parents Evenings 2021

Virtual Parents Evenings via Edulink

Here at Broughton Hall we are proud to announce our new way of keeping in touch with our parents in this time of COVID-19 and restrictions. For the first time, we will be holding our Virtual Parents Evening via Edulink One.

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Letter to Parents from Steve Reddy, Director of Children's Services

Letter to Parents from Steve Reddy, Director of Children's Services

Letter to Parents from Steve Reddy, Director of Children's Services, 25th March 2021.

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Comic Relief 2021

Comic Relief 2021

Well done to our year 7 pupils who raised £111.25 this year for Comic Relief! Since we couldn't wear red noses in class on top of our masks, our catering staff kindly donated 200 cakes for the year 7 team to sell.

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Cyber First Competition

Cyber First Competition

Four of our Year 8 students (Favour A, Rosie S, Dela L, and Beatrise S) entered the NCSC cyber first girl's competition, the girls have navigated through many different challenges and have now reached the final!

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Broughton Hall featured on Match of the Day

Broughton Hall featured on Match of the Day

Broughton Hall was recently featured on BBC Match of the Day (13th March 2021 episode), showing the great work the LFC Foundation offers to our pupils. Mrs Lodge (Deputy Head), Mr Donaghy (LFC Foundation) and a group of our pupils were filmed taking part in activities and also having a chat with LFC goalkeeper Adrian San Miguel.

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Return to School Guidance

Returning to School Guidance

The Children's Commissioner for England (CCO) has published a guide for children returning to school after lockdown. This guide includes information on some of the changes that children might see when they return to school, as well as tips on what to do if they are feeling worried or nervous. Similarly to the initial Covid guidance that was translated and made available for our EAL parents and students, the Bell Foundation, with the permission of the CCO, has adapted this guide into 20 languages for learners who use English as an Additional Language (EAL).

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Letter to Parents: 4th March 2021

Letter to Parents/ Carers: 4th March 2021

Schools are working hard to welcome back children from 8th March 2021. Arrangements will vary slightly from school to school. Your school will be in touch with you through their normal methods of communication, for example by letter or the school website.

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GCSE and A Level Grading 2021

GCSE and A Level Grading 2021

Today Gavin Williamson Minister of Education delivered a speech in the House of Commons regarding GCSE and A level grading this summer...

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Qwell Well Being

Qwell Well Being

Online emotional wellbeing and mental health support.

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