Bishop Heber High School

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Bishop Heber High School
Established 1960
Headteacher Mr David Curry
Location Chester Road
Malpas
Cheshire
SY14 8JD
England Coordinates: 53°01′47″N 2°45′38″W / 53.02977°N 2.76053°W / 53.02977; -2.76053
Local authority Cheshire West and Chester
DfE URN 111424 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1067
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18
Website www.bishopheber.cheshire.sch.uk

Bishop Heber High School is a comprehensive secondary school in Malpas, Cheshire. The school is named after Reginald Heber (April 21, 1783 – April 3, 1826), who was an English bishop born in Malpas and is now remembered chiefly as a hymn-writer.

The school was rated outstanding in the 2011 Ofsted inspection.[1]

The school’s academic and sporting record is consistently high. As an International Languages College, students learn a wide range of languages which underpin the international ethos of the school.

Students are offered a variety of sporting, drama and musical opportunities, as well as an extensive trips and visits programme. This supports, extends and enriches the curriculum provision.

The school sets out to meet the need of all students through individual support and out-of-hours learning activities. The emphasis being that students are ready to accomplish: ‘Prêt d’accomplir’.

Notable former pupils[edit]

  • Jo Fletcher, footballer for Everton ladies and England ladies
  • Ben Foden, rugby union footballer for Northampton Saints and England
  • Mark Hopley, rugby union footballer and coach for Northampton Saints
  • Kat Shoob, television and radio presenter and model for Capital FM

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ofsted: Bishop Heber High School: Inspection Report 11–12 April 2011 (downloaded from [1]; 1 December 2012)