Listen to my story
Archbishop Blanch school have launched ‘Listen to my Story’ a campaign in partnership with Merseyside Police to tackle the sensitive subject of child sexual exploitation (CSE).
CSE is a form of child abuse and is against the law.
It can have devastating effects on the lives of victims and their families.
For more information about the campaign and for details of how you can help raise awareness of this subject, visit www.listentomystory.co.uk
A warm welcome from Miss Heather Duggan, Headteacher
We are a Church of England High School for girls in Years 7 - 11, with a mixed Sixth Form, serving the Diocese of Liverpool, and our Christian values of Community, Compassion, Forgiveness, Friendship, Thanksgiving and Trust permeate every aspect of our life together.It gives me great pleasure and pride to introduce you to the unique community of Archbishop Blanch School.
Our aim is to develop in our pupils a love of God, an understanding of and respect for the faith and traditions of others, and a real and abiding belief in their own value and self-worth.
Miss Heather Duggan, Headteacher
Representatives from Archbishop Blanch School attend a lovely event held at Liverpool Central Library.
The ABS Labour Party shows strong support from our voting pupils in the latest mock election opinion poll.
Summer Uniform may be worn by our pupils on their return to school after the Easter break.
Pupils experience the challenge of reporting on their own news stories for the day.
Pupils build on their knowledge of key solar event.