List of schools in Halton

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This is a list of schools in the Borough of Halton in Cheshire, England.

State-funded schools[edit]

Primary schools[edit]

  • All Saints Upton CE Voluntary Controlled Primary School
  • Astmoor Primary School
  • Beechwood Primary School
  • Brookvale Primary School
  • Castle View Primary School
  • Daresbury Primary School
  • Ditton CE Voluntary Controlled Primary School
  • Ditton Primary School
  • Fairfield Infant School
  • Fairfield Junior School
  • Farnworth CE Controlled Primary School
  • Gorsewood Primary School
  • The Grange School
  • Hale CE Voluntary Controlled Primary School
  • Halebank CE Voluntary Controlled Primary School
  • Hallwood Park Primary School
  • Halton Lodge Primary School
  • Hillview Primary School
  • Lunts Heath Primary School
  • Moore Primary School
  • Moorfield Primary School
  • Murdishaw West Community Primary School
  • Oakfield Community Primary School
  • Our Lady Mother of the Saviour Catholic Primary School
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Catholic Primary School
  • Palace Fields Primary School
  • Pewithall Primary School
  • Runcorn All Saints CE Primary School
  • Simms Cross Primary School
  • St Augustine's Catholic Primary School
  • St Basil's Catholic Primary School
  • St Bede's Catholic Infant School
  • St Bede's Catholic Junior School
  • St Bertelines CE Primary School
  • St Clement's Catholic Primary School
  • St Edward's Catholic Primary School
  • St Gerrards Roman Catholic Primary School
  • St John Fisher Catholic Primary School
  • St Martins Catholic Primary School
  • St Mary's Halton CE Primary School
  • St Michael's Catholic Primary School
  • The Brow Community Primary School
  • The Holy Spirit Catholic Primary School
  • The Park Primary School
  • Victoria Road Primary School
  • West Bank Primary School
  • Westfield Primary School
  • Weston Point Community Primary School
  • Weston Primary School
  • Windmill Hill Primary School
  • Woodside Primary School

Secondary schools[edit]

Special schools[edit]

  • Ashley School
  • Brookfields School
  • Cavendish High School
  • Chesnut Lodge Special School

Further education[edit]

Performance table[edit]

This table shows the percentage of pupils gaining five GCSE A*–C level grades, including English and Maths, in the years 2005–2008 compared with the local and national averages.[1][2]

School Number on roll
2008/9
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
The Bankfield School 171 25 29 33 50 38
Fairfield High School 171 27 33 37 50 41
The Grange Comprehensive School 202 27 24 27 35 37
Ormiston Bolingbroke Academy 90 19 22 24 18 21
The Heath School 57 44 42 50 63 53
St Chad's Catholic and Church of England High School 163 40 49 53 67 79
Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Sports College 275 32 31 48 48 40
Wade Deacon High School 219 55 53 67 78 72
Halton average 32.8 33.3 41.0 49.2 45.6
National average 44.3 45.3 46.0 47.3 49.8

Ofsted reports[edit]

The key for the inspection grades in the table are: Grade 1 Outstanding: Grade 2 Good: Grade 3 Satisfactory: Grade 4 Inadequate

School Date Number
on Roll
Overall
effectiveness
Achievement &
Standards
Personal
development
Teaching &
Learning
Curriculum Care Leadership &
Management
Ref
The Bankfield School 24–25 January 2007 867 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 [1]
Fairfield High School 2–3 March 2006 868 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 [2]
Grange Comprehensive School 5–6 July 2007 1080 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 [3]
Ormiston Bolingbroke Academy 5–6 December 2005 556 3 3 3 2 2 1 2 [4]
The Heath School 21 November 2007 1048 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 [5]
St Chad's Catholic High School 21 September 2010 920 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 [6]
Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Sports College 20–21 January 2010 1605 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 [7]
Wade Deacon High School 14 March 2007 1128 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 [8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Achievement and Attainment tables 2008: Local Authority Halton - Year on Tear Comparisons, Department for Children, Schools and Families, retrieved 2009-01-17 
  2. ^ Achievement and Attainment tables 2009: Local Authority Halton - Year on Tear Comparisons, Department for Children, Schools and Families, retrieved 2010-03-03