As part of a series of vaired activities for Holocaust Memorial Week, Mr Andrzej Czakow came into school to deliver sessions on the effects of the Holocaust on his family. Students learnt about the harsh travel, labour and living conditions during this time. The final message to the students was to consider how we treat each other now and what we should do in the future to ensure this never happens again.
Earlier this month Governors from Haydock High School and Cowley International College met as part of the annual Governors’ Conference. The Conference saw Governors take part in team building exercises, as well as to share ideas and best practice. This is the second year that Haydock and have joined forces as part of the Governors’ Conference and the event was a resounding success.
Haydock High students have once again risen to the challenge; the school is absolutely thrilled to report its best ever GCSE exam results. We are delighted with the outstanding progress made by the students which captures our school’s ongoing focus on achievement and high standards. Some22 Aug 2019
Year 10 student, Dylan Foulds, helped his team Merseyside Performance Centre to a unique feat of winning all four groups in an Inter Performance Centre competition. Merseyside won the Lower Raw, Upper Raw, Developing and Emerging groups in the tournament, which took place over the weekend of 6th12 Jul 2019
Following the introduction of girl’s rugby at Haydock High a few years ago, we have seen the enthusiasm and popularity for the sport grow and this has been a particularly successful year. As part of this ongoing rugby development, all girls have had the opportunity to play rugby as an addition to24 Jun 2019
On the evening of Monday 29th April the hall was filled with students, parents and carers of Year 7 and 8 students. We were extremely pleased to welcome Sue and Helen from Science 2 U, a company that specialises in science shows that enthuse and excite both students and adults alike. The show,30 Apr 2019
In the words of Ben E King ‘Stand By Me’ was the message in our No More Knives assembly for Year 7 and 8 students on Friday 5 th April. Teachers and students came together to film a piece to show their support for the Anti Knife Crime campaign, which has been using the ‘Stand By Me’ message5 Apr 2019
A big thank you to the Library Committee for organising the Easter Book Quiz on Friday 29th March. The lunch time event was a great success, with a large crowd of students attempting the quiz, all put together by the students themselves. There were some tricky questions, which required the29 Mar 2019
World Autism Awareness Day is an internationally recognised day taking place on April 2nd every year. In the week of 1 - 7 April surrounding this day, the public are encouraged to take part in World Autism Awareness Week – a full seven days where people across the UK take part in activities to29 Mar 2019
At Haydock High School our mission is to care for and support
each student so that they fulfil their potential, make outstanding progress and become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens. We will be relentless in developing our skills, and work with our parents, Governors and wider partners to ensure that every student is known, contributes to our community and is
fulfilled in achieving their ambitions.
The pace of curriculum change continues to accelerate, for example introducing a more flexible Key Stage 3. Our constant planning offers confidence for successful delivery and assessment of these areas.
Over the last few years we have been successful in achieving Sportsmark, Investors in People, Artsmark, Careers and Guidance and Healthy Schools accreditation. We were also awarded the accolade of a ‘Get Set’ school in the run-up to the 2012 London Olympics.
We take great pride in serving the needs of our students and are dedicated to each and every one of them making outstanding progress in their time at our school. To this end, we undertake a significant commitment and interest in them as individuals so that we can most effectively meet their specific needs. This care for their achievement means we have the very highest expectations of their attendance, respect for the school and our ethos, behaviour, happiness, fulfilment and academic progress.
Facilities With a £250,000 refurbishment in 2006, the PE department and Leisure Centre were refurbished to accommodate more people and classes, offering a wide range of activities to students and the wider community. The changing rooms are of a high standard with disabled access, automatic showers and private cubicles. Sports Hall The Sports Hall can accommodate the following: 5 a side football, whole Sports Hall Cricket, whole Sports Hall Badminton, whole or half Sports Hall Keep Fit and much more.