Broughton Hall Catholic High School
Liverpool, United Kingdom
About Broughton Hall Catholic High School
Broughton Hall Catholic High School is a Voluntary Aided School catering for girls aged 11-18 years. Boys are admitted to the Sixth Form at 16+. There is shared provision and a strong collaboration between Broughton Hall and Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School. Broughton Hall was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1928 and throughout its history has maintained its Mercy Ethos and Charism. The School Motto, ‘Cor Unum et Anima Una’ – ‘One Heart and One Mind’ – reflects the strong sense of community amongst staff, pupils, parents and governors. The central aim of our School is to provide the very best educational opportunities enabling all our pupils to develop their God-given talents, to grow in confidence and self-esteem and fulfil their potential.
Broughton Hall is situated on the outskirts of Liverpool in very pleasant surroundings. It has an excellent reputation and students consistently make good to outstanding progress. Students are encouraged to take part in enrichment activities and there are many opportunities for student trips and events. The school is committed to the continuous professional development of all staff.
Broughton Hall Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Please visit the school's website www.broughtonhall.com for further information about the school.