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Middlewich High School

Achievement for all

School Information

 

Mr Mark Edwards

Acting Headteacher until 22nd April

Welcome to Middlewich High School.  I hope our website will give you an insight into our school and enable you to make an informed choice for your child’s future education.  We expect high standards from our students and in return we provide high-quality teaching and opportunities to enrich their educational experience.

Our school has been oversubscribed for the last 3 years and we fully expect this to be the case looking ahead. We are currently in the design process for a new building to be erected by the end of 2019, to accommodate our successful growth in admissions.

Our motto of "Achievement for All" forms our core moral purpose and is at the heart of our curriculum. Our belief in our motto has been reflected in student GCSE progress outcomes and their excellent success in transition to life post-Middlewich High School.

Students are expected to be READY and RESILIENT in order to work exceptionally hard and achieve their personal best. Our school community is based on mutual RESPECT and keeping SAFE at all times. Middlewich High School is a lead for Emotional Healthy Schools and our work with young people across the county has been recognised in Parliament. The health, emotional well-being and safety for students and staff is critical in the success of our school community. The school boasts a superb, inclusive provision for Autistic and Hearing Impaired students, which was recognised as a ‘beacon of excellence’ by Ofsted. Middlewich High School intends that pupils, irrespective of gender, ethnicity, capability, physical impairment or religious belief, should:

•Develop a love of learning;

•Acquire knowledge, skills and practical abilities and the will to use them;

•Develop qualities of mind, body, spirit, feeling and imagination;

•Appreciate human achievements in Arts, Music, Science, Technology and Literature;

•Prepare for adult life in modern Britain and globally as responsible and considerate citizens;

•Develop a sense of self-respect and the capacity to live as independent, self-motivated adults living in a tolerant world

We are very proud of our excellent reputation as an aspirational, caring and happy school with excellent relationships between staff and pupils, where everyone is valued. This is only a glimpse of what Middlewich is like; we invite you to see the school at work during a normal day. Please feel free to contact us to arrange an appointment.  It would be a pleasure to show you our school.

Mr Mark Edwards
Acting Head Teacher