I would like to personally welcome you to Rivington and Blackrod High School and Sixth Form.
We provide an excellent education in all areas of the curriculum and learning opportunities which help students to recognise their unique qualities, develop their skills and ambitions and achieve their aims in the rapidly changing technological world of today. Rivington and Blackrod High School is a Church
of England voluntary controlled 11-18 High School founded in 1566 by
the Bishop of Durham. The school has held an important place in this
community for centuries, many of our students have parents and
grandparents who themselves were educated here. We want every young person to succeed, knowing and feeling that they
matter. We provide the very best care, guidance and...
Year 9 Parents Evening (Forms A-F)
Our Year 9 Parents Evening for forms A - F (inclusive) is taking place on Wednesday 4th March 2015. The...
Year 9 Parents Evening (Forms G-K)
Our Year 9 Parents Evening (forms G-K inclusive) is taking place on Thursday 12th March 2015. It will start...
For information about the Year 9 Options, please click on the link below or call Rivington and Blackrod High School on 01204 333266.
Big Book Quiz
The English Department at Rivington and Blackrod High School hosted a book quiz for students from years 7 and 8, on February 25th 2015. The quiz, which was led by The Creative Reading Company, involved Rivington and Blackrod High School,...
We are delighted to have received the news that the Heritage Lottery Fund are funding a ‘Rivi 450’ project for us. This is a project which will focus on the heritage of Rivington and Blackrod High School. The school was originally...
Year 9 Options Evening
For information about the Year 9 Options, please click on the link below
or call Rivington and Blackrod High School on 01204 333266.
Changes to bus services 2015
Dear Parent/Carer We have received the message below from Transport for Greater Manchester about changes to school bus services due to road closures for bridge alterations by Network Rail. Please can you make sure you are aware of the implications...
Safe Drive; Stay Alive
In November, our Year 12’s had the opportunity to attend a special event hosted by Safe Drive; Stay Alive, in conjunction with the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service, Greater Manchester Police, North West Ambulance Service and the Salford...