Middlewich High School
Cheshire East, United Kingdom
About Middlewich High School
Middlewich High School is a co-educational, non-denominational secondary school in Middlewich, Cheshire. At its most recent inspection, there were 716 pupils aged 11-16 on the school roll.
The town of Middlewich is known for its three canals and has good motorway links to nearby Manchester and Liverpool. Middlewich High School was opened in 1906 and has remained on the same site ever since. The school has been a maths, computing and science specialist school since September 2005.
Values and vision
Middlewich High School has a long history of providing an excellent education for the young people of the surrounding area. There is a firm belief in “Achievement for All”, where each individual is valued and achieves success within a caring community. The school is extremely proud of its pupils and their achievements, and has high hopes for the future generations being taught today.
Middlewich is dedicated to its role as a science specialist school and is proud of its record, with many pupils going to study science in further education. As well as extra-curricular trips to Chester Zoo and the Conway Centre, the school offers astronomy as a GCSE subject.
“Along with the headteacher, senior leaders and governors are ambitious for the school and its role within the community. Leaders know their school well and what it will take to ensure sustained success in the future. They have effectively communicated their expectations for what should happen in all lessons which is having an impact on improving the quality of teaching.”