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Macmillan thank us for setting a good example to schools, in pulling together to support Miss Mac and cancer care

Thank you to Nicole Mcilveen, Senior Fundraising Manager at Macmillan Cancer Care for her lovely message of thanks for our recent fundraising in honour of Miss Mac. It is wonderful to have the opportunity to find out how the money that our BCHS community raised will be used, to support cancer patients and their families in our area. She is right, Miss Mac would have been very proud of Us all!

Nicole’s message can be viewed on the link below.

Macmillan message of thanks.

News Archive

Bikeability training for year 7

Bikeability training for year 7 On During the week of March 22nd, we hope, COVID-19 permitting, to de able to deliver bike training sessions for year 7  in conjunction with BikeRight. This has been both a popular and hugely beneficial opportunity to year 7s...

Another great lockdown competition for you to take part in

The Alliance for Learning have introduced a really fun visual art competition for all you budding artists out there and not only will it appeal to our creative photographers but also to keep fitters. We all know how important it is to keep fit during lockdown  and the...

We are looking for volunteers to assist us, can you help?

In light of the government’s announcement about mass testing in schools starting in January, we are looking for volunteers in the local community who may be able to help us out. Whether that be signing students in and out, administering the testing equipment or...

What a fantastic day filled with fun, laughter and tears.

Today we held our Christmas Kindness celebration day to honour our teacher, colleague and Friend Miss Mac who sadly passed away earlier this term. Everyone loved Miss Mac and she is an inspiration to all of us at BCHS because of her courage, sense of fun, commitment...

Key stage 3 students experiment with a taste of Spain.

Key stage 3 students experiment with a taste of Spain. The wider curriculum and life experiences are a huge part of our ethos at BCHS so as part of their RSVP to Success - a list of activities and experiences for our students to try, years 7, 8 and 9 have been...

Kindness Rocks

To celebrate Anti-Bullying Week, our Year 7 students have been working hard as part of a project to spread messages of kindness in our community.   Watch this space!

Year 11 Remote Learning

Year 11 are to be educated remotely from Monday 16 November and then come back into school on Thursday 26 November. Please check your emails for letter from Ms Mills

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