Slide YEAR 8 WORK FOR STUDENTS ISOLATING These links will be updated weekly, please contact school if you have any problems YEAR 7 YEAR 11 YEAR 9 YEAR 10 WELCOME FESTIVAL Click here to view the videos Click here to access Google Classroom Google Classroom Click here for guidance on how to use Google Classroom Year 7 - A Day In The Life Watch Now EduLink One, Social Media, South Wirral Digest... How Do We Communicate Find out more With Parents?

Academic Rigour

Achieve your potential

Every Child Matters

Outstanding Pastoral Support

Excellent Behaviour

High Expectations

LORIC Pledges

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About The School

South Wirral High School is a comprehensive school located in Eastham on the Wirral and has been educating boys and girls since 1985. The school was formed by the merger of Eastham and Bromborough Secondary schools. We also operate a highly successful Sixth Form college for students from across Wirral.

We are proud of the excellent reputation we have in the local community, as a result of a record of success in all aspects of school life. We are ambitious for our students, committed to providing learning experiences which are challenging and exciting. We want our students to be happy, to experience success and become responsible citizens. Our success has been recognised by a number of Quality Standards, which demonstrate our commitment to ensuring the quality of school experiences for our students.

Aspire to Higher

Aspire to Higher is our unique enrichment programme for year 7 and year 11 students to achieve their full potential.

Student Services

Our one stop shop for all things pastoral. Students can access anything from timetables to support.

Enrichment

Extra-curricular clubs are available at lunchtimes and after school with something for every student to shine at.

Transition

Our established transition programme ensures students have the best possible start to secondary school.

Take a look around South Wirral

Take a tour around South Wirral High School and you will find a highly successful secondary school whose main aim is to help you achieve your full potential.

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Why Choose South Wirral?

South Wirral High School is a school that’s changing. We have seen consistent growth in a number of GCSE results areas with three year upwards trends no emerging in numerous subjects. We are a school that takes great pride in parents entrusting us to educate their children and strive to ensure all our students reach their full potential.

If you want to come and see our school on a normal working day please get in touch via our contact us page.

Transition to Secondary School

Here at South Wirral we offer a unique transition programme to help ensure students start to secondary school is a highly successful one. Our transition programme starts from the moment you are allocated your place. You will receive a welcome pack through the post with information regarding the school. Other stages of our programme include:

  • Visits to your primary school
  • Welcome day
  • Summer School
  • ‘Lighting Fires lessons’
  • First day of term has only year 7 students in
  • Year 7 only social areas at lunchtimes

Sixth Form @ South Wirral

Sixth Form @ South Wirral is our highly successful Sixth Form College. Based on the same site as our high school but with their own Sixth Form Hub, learning resource rooms and access to school facilities. Students are given the opportunity to join our Chromebook 1:1 programme as part of studying in our Sixth Form.

Students have a plethora of enrichment activities available to them whilst they study with us to help make their university, apprenticeship or job applications shine.

Alumni

South Wirral High School and Sixth Form @ South Wirral’s alumni group has been established since 2016 with the aim of connecting with past students. This allows alumni to share their experiences and advice with current students further helping them to see the opportunities available to them in.

If you have been a past student and would like to join our alumni group please click the link here to see how you can be part of it. Click here for Alumni

GCSE - 5 A*-C inc English & Maths

Our 3 year upward trend shows strength in core subjects like English and Maths.

GCSE - 5 A*-C Grades

Our 3 year upward trend shows how dedicated we are to a broad and balanced curriculum.

GCSE - English Grade 4 or Higher

Our English Faculty are going from strength to strength with another strong set of results.

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Join a school that puts the students at the centre of everything we do. We are a team of dedicated staff focused on getting the best outcomes for every single one of our students.

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We are asking all parents and carers to complete this short survey about a range of aspects of the school, including curriculum, personal development and much more:tinyurl.com/swhspv22The questionnaire is anonymous, unless you wish you leave your details to be entered into a prize draw for a £50 Amazon voucher. ... See MoreSee Less
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DofE noticeDue to unforseen circumstances, the Duke of Edinburgh club will be cancelled tonight. I'm hoping it will be able to start next week. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.ThanksMrs Dennis ... See MoreSee Less
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Mr Goodwin has recorded a video explaining the upcoming changes to isolation rules, and what to do if your child tests positive. An isolation FAQ can be found on our website: southwirral.wirral.sch.uk/covid-19-isolation-faq/ ... See MoreSee Less
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DofE Notice:Starting Monday 17th January both the bronze and silver Duke of Edinburgh groups will have weekly meetings on a Monday after school. Here they will learn the required training skills that they need to have before they go on the expeditions. This includes safety, route planning and navigation, first aid, cooking and some camping skills. It is compulsory attendance as was detailed in the sign-up letter. If pupils do not attend, they will not be allowed to go on the expeditions. ThanksMrs Dennis ... See MoreSee Less
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Merseyside Police have contacted all schools in the area to advise them that there have been a number of bicycle thefts from bike sheds in schools since the start of term.The police have advised that students take all necessary steps to secure their bicycle. While our site is secured shortly after the start of the school day we have noticed a number of students do not have a bike lock.We cannot accept responsibility for any damage or loss with regard to students' bicycles while on site but we would strongly advise that students use a lock when using the bike sheds each day. ... See MoreSee Less
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