Broughton Hall PTA presents our Christmas Bingo taking place on Thursday 2nd December.Read More
On Wednesday 22nd September, the Y7 team competed in Calderstones Park at the first cross-country event of the year. The team scored a total of 207 points in the league and look to rival these points in the next race at Camp Hill on Wednesday 20th October.Read More
On Wednesday 29th September our four finalists of the CyberFirst Girls Competition, ran by GCHQ's National Cyber Security Centre, were invited to a post final celebration at McLaren Technology Centre.
In May 2021, our pupils competed against over 6500 other pupils to secure their place in the final. They came 8th in the UK and were crowned the best all girls state school!
Mercy Day is the feast day of the Sisters of Mercy across the world. The Sisters of Mercy founded our school in 1928 and each year on the 24 September, we proudly celebrate being a Mercy school.
The founder of the Sisters of Mercy was Catherine McAuley. Sr Catherine encouraged her followers to help each other over a 'good cup of tea' and teaches us that 'small acts of kindness go a long way.'
By personal invitation of CAFOD, on Tuesday 24th September, a group of Year 8 pupils from Broughton Hall represented Liverpool secondary schools at the 'Eyes of the World' event at the Pier Head.
Here, pupils met CAFOD's banner, which is on a journey from Cornwall to arrive in Glasgow for November's COP 26 summit on climate change. The banner reminds world leaders who will be in attendance that the "eyes of the world" are watching and expecting decisive action.
Congratulations to our Year 9 pupils, Mia, Heidi and Emily for the fantastic fundraising they did at the end of term. The 3 pupils, together with Broughton Hall staff and Shawn from the LFC Premier League Inspires Programme, raised funds for Zoe's Place with an end of term Summer Carnival.Read More
It's not uncommon to find a students workbook around school, often a book from a previous year that was simply misplaced and forgotten about, but something you don't find everyday is a book from almost one hundred years ago. An amazing find, a work book from one of our past students that is first dated September 5th 1927 with a log of what work was carried out on that day, "Sept 5th; Made notes on quantities of materials for different garments".Read More
To all parents/carers of children in years 7 to 11,
Could you please complete your child's electronic flu consent form via this link ASAP
If you have any difficulties accessing the link please contact the corresponding immunisation team who will be happy to help.
Remember flu is a really unpleasant illness and having your child vaccinated with a quick, painless nasal spray is the best way to protect them, your family and friends. We understand that some people may not want to take up this offer and we ask that you still complete the form and choose that you don't want your child to receive it to avoid our service contacting you...
We would like to congratulate Year 11 on achieving their GCSE results! We would also like to acknowledge their commitment towards their education, resilience during this difficult time and their dedication in remaining focused throughout the school year. They have conducted themselves in a positive and mature way which reflects the fantastic young people they are! We know they all have a fantastic future ahead of them and wish them the best of luck for whatever they pursue.Read More
We would like to congratulate Year 13 on achieving their A Level results! We would also like to acknowledge their commitment towards their education, resilience during this difficult time and their dedication in remaining focused throughout Sixth Form.
As a result, we are hugely proud of the many successful destinations that our Year 13 have gone onto. We know they all have a fantastic future ahead of them and wish them the best of luck for whatever they pursue!
On July 6th our winning group of year 9 students from round 1 took part in the final round of the Home office outreach programme. The girls had the challenge of creating a Tiktok storyboard about apprentice opportunities at the Home Office. Our students worked exceptionally well to present their creative idea together as a team. Well done girls!Read More
Pupils are understandably keen to know when they "leave school". The Department for Education has set out expectations that schools should continue to provide education and support for all Year 11 students after May half term, through to their final day of school which will be Friday 25th June 2021. The provision between May half term and June 25th will be a combination of face-to-face group work in school and remote education provided through Oak National Academy and other online providers chosen by our staff to best suit our pupils learning. Some of the tasks set will support transition to Sixth Form or other education providers, and pastoral support delivered through PSHE activities.Read More
Due to COVID -19 we did not have the opportunity to host our normal certificate presentation evening in December. We are aware students are eager to collect their official certificates, as many universities and employers ask you to present your original certificates.Read More
On Wednesday 19th May, a group of our Y9 pupils had the opportunity to attend a 9-hole Foot Golf event at Aintree Golf Centre with the LSSP. This is the first out of school activity since returning to school, and luckily for us the sun was shining and the girls had an enjoyable (but still competitive) time.Read More
Over the past two weeks our Year 8 and Year 9 pupils have been involved in an in-school adventure programme led by the Outward Bound Trust. Pupils have been participating in various activities independently and as a team to help build on their personal development skills that will aid pupils in school and outside of school, as well as later life.Read More
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.Read More
Letter to Parents from Steve Reddy, Director of Children's Services, 25th March 2021.Read More
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.Read More
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).Read More
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.Read More