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GCSE Results Day

Students will be able to collect their GCSE results from 9am on Thursday 22nd August. Parents/carers are warmly invited to join students and staff in celebrating their sons and daughters' successes. Refreshments will be provided in the Hall.



Return to School

Tuesday 3rd September - Year 7 & Form Prefects return to school

Wednesday 4th September - all students return



A and P to Improve Me

The importance of regular, punctual attendance cannot be overstated. There is a very strong
link between attendance and achievement; students who attend regularly and punctually
put themselves at a strong advantage, giving themselves the best possible chance of success.
A and P to Improve Me is a reminder of that.
To find out more, please visit our Attendance and Punctuality page.

Open Evening

The Principal and Governors are pleased to invite all interested parents and children to visit the school on Open Evening Thursday 26th September 2019.

Visitors welcome from 6.15pm. Principal's Presentation 6.30pm and 7.30pm. See the school in action; meet staff & students and discover how much we have to offer.


Road Safety Warning

We have been made aware by a member of the public that some of our students have
been seen next to the central reservation along the A556 attempting to cross the very busy
bypass towards Davenham on the way home from school.
Students have been reminded that they must use the pedestrian crossings when travelling
to and from school and that they must take responsibility for their personal safety at all
times. Please ensure that this is reinforced at home.
Please click here to view the 'Recommended walking and cycling route from
Davenham and Moulton to the County High School Leftwich'.

Parking

We would like to remind parents and carers who park near the school collecting students
to show consideration to the occupants of the houses near school.
Please avoid blocking driveways, parking on yellow-lined areas or parking on grass
verges and pavements.

Mr M Keenan
Vice-Principal


Online Safety

The internet and devices that connect to it are powerful learning tools. Our students need to
learn to work independently in order to develop their digital skills. However, they also need to
learn how to stay safe in the digital world.
Please click here for more information and advice.


Uniform Guidelines

At The County High School, Leftwich we promote high standards of uniform. Students have
been reminded about the existing uniform rules and in particular, those that are not
being adhered to well enough by some students. Please check our website page
for clarification on uniform standards and ensure that your son/daughter attends school
wearing the correct uniform. Thank you.


Performance Tables

25th January 2018 marks the publication of the DfE's Performance Tables for
Secondary Schools. Parents / carers can access data for The County High School, Leftwich
via this link.

We are confident you will share our pride and delight in these excellent results. Read More...


BBC News School Report

Please click here to watch our 2018 BBC News School Report

BBC News School Report 2018 - click here to view the gallery



Parking

We would like to remind parents and carers who park near the school collecting students
to show consideration to the occupants of the houses near school.
Please avoid blocking driveways, parking on yellow-lined areas or parking on grass
verges and pavements.

Mr M Keenan
Vice-Principal


Impressive GCSE results

Happy County High School families celebrate impressive GCSE results:
87% achieved 4+ in English; 83% gained 4+ in Mathematics; 80% acquired 4+ in both English and Mathematics; 28% of grades in all subjects were A+ (or the equivalent 7+ in English and Mathematics), and 14 students achieved grade 9 in the new Mathematics GCSE, the new highest grade possible. Read More...



Parking

We would like to remind parents and carers who park near the school collecting students to show consideration to the occupants of the houses near school.
Please avoid blocking driveways, parking on yellow-lined areas or parking on grass verges and pavements.

Mr M Keenan
Vice-Principal



Uniform Reminder

We ask parents/carers to work with us to apply the school rules with regard to uniform as described on the school website.
Uniform Guidelines Webpage



 

Principal's Welcome

The Principal

Welcome to The County High School, Leftwich, an Academy where students enjoy, thrive and achieve. What is best for the student is at the heart of everything we do. Our vision is to provide every opportunity possible for all students to maximise their academic potential, regardless of but paying cognisance to their background.

At The County High School, Leftwich, an Academic Curriculum is an opportunity for and expectation of all students, further enriched by opportunities beyond the timetable.


The Academy's curriculum endeavours to develop students':

Comprehension and command of knowledge and skills
Character
Creativity and imagination

The County High School, Leftwich is a safe and calm, inclusive and positive community and workplace. Students enjoy and achieve during their time at the Academy. They leave as rounded individuals, aware of the wider-world, ready to make a positive contribution to it and fully equipped to flourish in it, whilst having maximised their academic potential.

Mr M Snelson BSc (Hons), PGCE, MSc

  

 

OPEN EVENING
Open Evening will be held on Thursday 26th September 2019.
Visitors welcome from 6.15pm.
Principal's Presentation 6.30pm and 7.30pm.


Celebration Day

Ski Trip to Austria

Trip to Berlin






Staff and Student Access



Staff Notice: as part of the move to Office 365/Outlook Email, staff will be required to change their network password, in school to access the Office 365/Outlook Email platform.




Gallery

Year 11 Prom


Thought For the Week

Observe good faith and justice toward all nations. Cultivate peace and harmony with all. - George Washington


Ofsted March 2016 

"The school is a harmonious place to learn."

"Pupils' progress and attainment are outstanding. They thrive and flourish in the school and make excellent progress across a wide range of subjects, whatever their circumstances."


Department for Education Website Compliance

Click here.