Broughton High School
Lancashire, United Kingdom
About Broughton High School
Broughton High School is a mixed, comprehensive, non-denominational secondary school situated in the village of Broughton, just north of the centre of Preston, Lancashire. It is a community state school that is a high-performing specialist college with Leading Edge specialism. An average size for a secondary school, the school will provide 900 places for students between the ages of 11-16, when fully subscribed.
The school was established in 1975 by Lancashire County Council and has previously gone by the name Broughton Business and Enterprise College due to its specialism in the topic. In 2014, the school became a National Teaching School.
Values and Vision
Broughton is a school with a great sense of community and has a friendly and family-focused atmosphere. Its primary aim is to support and challenge its students in equal measures, ensuring that students can aspire, enjoy and achieve. It has strong values and high expectations and standards for its learners, resulting in an educational environment that never fails to get the best out of every child.
“This is an outstanding school in which students make excellent progress from their starting points, attain high academic standards and develop into thoughtful, confident and considerate young people who are well prepared for their future lives. Teachers are knowledgeable, dedicated and creative. They consistently challenge and inspire students to achieve their best and provide focused, effective support in response to individual needs. Relationships between staff and students are good-humoured and mutually respectful, enabling the school to operate as a safe and harmonious community.”