Barnhill Community High School
Hillingdon, United Kingdom
About Barnhill Community High School
Barnhill Community High School in Hayes, Middlesex, is a co-educational secondary school for pupils aged 11-18. The school, which converted to an academy in 2012, is part of the Middlesex Learning Partnership, whose aim is to “Build Brighter Futures” for students.
The school is committed to providing a broad and engaging curriculum, designed to meet all students' interests, abilities and strengths.
A range of extra-curricular activities include clubs for a variety of sports, performing arts, science, and modern languages.
In Barnhill Community High School’s sixth form emphasis is placed on students’ personal development, with many paths provided to develop leadership skills. These include Young Enterprise, Sports Leaders and the ‘Contribution to the Community’ programme (C2C).
Values and vision
Offering students a first class education which prepares them both for further study and employment, as well as to be confident and constructive citizens in society, is Barnhill Community School’s key aspiration.
Barnhill Community High School aims to provide a teaching and learning environment in which pupils are ambitious, aspire to excellence and learn respect for other individuals and communities. They are encouraged to work together in a caring and supportive ethos and to celebrate success.
“Leaders’ strategy for using pupil premium funding is rooted in their strong moral imperative to improve the chances of disadvantaged pupils and children looked after” and… “pupils’ behaviour in lessons and during social times reflects their positive attitudes to learning and their school community.”