Culcheth High School
We are a successful and popular 11-18 school on the outskirts of Warrington. We serve a wide range of areas including Culcheth and its surrounding villages but also take students from other areas and authorities.
The education of young people is a significant responsiblity and one that at Culcheth High School we take very seriously. Students have one chance to make a success of their schooling and it is essential that we help them get the most from it.
Our priorities are simple but fundamental:
- We will deliver excellence in teaching and ensure all the students get the best possible exam results.
- We will support all students through quality pastoral care and high expectations of behaviour.
- We will foster student talents through a full range of extra-curricular activities.
As a school we seek to prepare students for the world of work and future life through the deployment of a range of new technologies and an exciting programme of enterprise-related activities. We also have a strong tradition in the Creative Arts; Music concerts and Drama productions are regular features on the school calendar.
We encourage close liaison with parents through an active PTA and are building strong links with local businesses.
Information taken from Culcheth High School website.
Other Useful contacts
School admissions: https://www.warrington.gov.uk/schools
WBC school admission, transport & pupil services team: 01925 446226
Who to contact
Where to go
Culcheth High School
- WA3 5HH
Culcheth High School is committed to Inclusion – we regard all teachers as teachers of special educational needs. Teachers are supported by a large, strong team of support staff.
- Contact Name
- Mrs N Brearley (SENDCo)
- Contact Telephone
- 01925 767587
- Contact Email
- Local Offer Age Bands
- 11-16 - Secondary
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