I would like to offer you a very warm welcome to Rivington and Blackrod High School and Sixth Form. Founded in 1566, our school has held an important place in this community for centuries. We are very proud of our tradition as a successful, forward thinking and caring school. I extend a personal invite to you to visit our school and to see the rich opportunities available for all students supported by an inclusive caring community. We pride ourselves on offering an excellent education in all areas of the curriculum and a wide range of learning and enrichment opportunities. Our Christian values underpin all that we do in ensuring that all of our students achieve the highest academic standards and develop spiritually, morally, socially and culturally. Our aim is to ensure that all students feel safe, happy and grow as successful learners and caring global citizens. Insisting on high standards in all that we do, we strive to encourage students to achieve to their highest aspirations. As a school, we constantly develop ways of improving and extending the range of opportunities and the support that we offer. I am proud of our status as a School Direct Centre, training student teachers, thus allowing us to push the boundaries of teaching and learning...
Welcome to the Spring edition of EXCEL News Magazine. So many fantastic activities and events have taken place this term, and I am incredibly proud of the achievements of our students who continually prove to be a credit to both themselves and us as a school. Thank you to all staff and students for making World Book Day such an outstanding success. As literary figures came to life, we embarked upon activities and competitions which brought the whole school together to celebrate the joys of reading. In addition, we have had a number of international visits take place including trips...
Bolton News Article
article appeared in the Bolton news showing a picture of a liberal democrat
candidate outside of the school. This picture was taken without the knowledge
or consent of either the school or trust.
New Behaviour for Learning Policy
The school’s new Behaviour for Learning Policy has been delivered to
students in assemblies this week, It is crucial that the policy and procedures
are adhered to consistently by staff, understood by students and supported by
School Uniform September 2017
Following the end of our consultation period regarding the changes to
our school uniform, all parents/carers have now been sent information in
respect of the uniform requirements from September 2017.
Changes to The English and Maths GCSE grades
Please see the link below for information on changes to GCSE grades https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pgZYx_fycrM
Academy update 1st March 2017
As you will be aware the school has consulted on and been preparing to convert to an academy for the last nine months. In this period the governors and staff have worked diligently to ensure that the conversion has been as smooth as possible.