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...
It is really pleasing to be able to tell you that this year we are celebrating another great year of results at all levels throughout the school with many outstanding individual successes in terms of attainment and progress. I would like to pass on my congratulations to the students and thanks to the staff and the parents/carers who have contributed to this achievement. These results reflect clearly the continued improvement in the quality of teaching and learning at Rivington and our relentless focus on the success of individual students. Young people at Rivington and Blackrod High School...
Start of new school year 2014
The start of the new school year arrangements are: Year 7 - Wednesday 3 September - 8.45am start at Lower School
Year 8 - Wednesday 3 September - 8.45am start, assemble Patio Area ‘‘B Block
Year 9 - Wednesday 3 September - 11.15am...
Summer Letter 2014
Date: August 2014 Dear Parent/Carer It is really pleasing to be able to tell you that this year we are celebrating another great year of results at all levels throughout the school with many outstanding individual successes in terms of attainment...
Students are celebrating at Rivington and Blackrod Sixth Form as 100% passed their A-Levels, with over a third of students gaining the top grades. All students are now in a position to continue their career journey through university,...
Acts of Kindness
Students at Rivington and Blackrod High School showed kindness and compassion to their community as they delivered six hampers to residents in Horwich as part of a project to carry out “random acts of kindness”.
WWI Summer School
Over 1 million Commonwealth Service men and women were killed during the First World War. The losses were felt in almost every town and village in the UK and throughout what was then the British Empire. In memory of those former students, and...