Job Opportunities: Bowland High is now recruiting.
- Joel (7L) for becoming a Millionaire Reader.
- Oliver (7B) for massive improvement over the last 2 weeks.
- Megan (8C) for becoming a Millionaire Reader.
- James (10C) for his positivity and maturity towards his exams.
- Melissa (10C) for gaining full marks in her GCSE dance practical exam.
- Maddie (11B) for gaining full marks in her GCSE dance practical exam.
- Jess (11B) Apprenticeship with Hair by Elise.
- Will (11B) Apprenticeship with UK Bonded Fuel Tanks.
- Andrew (11B) Apprenticeship with Julian Cook Electrician.
- Theo (11C) Apprenticeship with Nicky Oliver Hair, Manchester.
- Alex (11W) Apprenticeship with Preston North End.
- Tabbi (11W) Apprenticeship with Mitton Hall.
- William (11W) Apprenticeship with Sparta.
- Ethan (11W) Apprenticeship with N & J Linings.
- Jack (11W) Apprenticeship with Richard Bradley Construction.
- The whole of the Year 7 pupils that took part in the ICT Faraday Challenge especially...
- Amelia, Jessica, Patrick, Lucie, Matthew and Dani who were the highest scoring team.
Welcome to Bowland High
Bowland Enrichment Unlimited
Week – BE-U Week 2016
What is BE-U Week?
Bowland Enrichment Unlimited (BE-U Week) is an important and rewarding week during the school year. It is a chance for students in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 to take charge of their own learning journey, to challenge themselves with new experiences with no other expectation than their own curiosity. BE-U Week is a key part of our promise to deliver more than a visible curriculum and challenge pupils to achieve more than they think is possible here at Bowland High.
We have a fantastic range of in house and collaborative activities on offer this year which, as well as being great fun, have educational purposes that aim to:
- Give every pupil the opportunity to experience new situations outside of the classroom.
- Widen pupils' horizons.
- Give pupils the opportunity to learn new skills and meet new people.
- Develop pupils' resilience, independence and confidence.
- Promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, social and physical development of pupils.
- Prepare pupils for the opportunities and responsibilities of life in modern Britain.
When does it happen?
Tuesday 12th - Friday 15th July 2016
The list of activities is definitive but the impact is individual and is only limited by how much each student embraces the ethos of the week. We hope this programme inspires students and allows them the chance to explore and learn something new about themselves. The week ends with celebration performances and culminates in the last week of school with a full assembly giving pupils the opportunity to showcase their experiences.
Please refer to the attached Information Booklet for further information.
Visit to the Palace
Mr Tarbox and Mr Spencer attended the Duke of Edinburgh Award 60th anniversary celebrations at Buckingham Palace on 16th May.
See our Year 11 Revision Timetable for 2015-16.
7 Curnock Fun Run
On Monday 9th May, 7 Curnock completed a sponsored run. We organised the run to support a charity called the 'Solomon Project'.
See our Year 7, Year 8, Year 9 winners, and overall winner.
End of Term Letter
Options Information 2016
Reception staff log and store any lost property that is handed to them. Pupils are notified to collect these items via the internal messaging system on a weekly basis.