Bank View High School, 177 Long Lane, Liverpool, L9 6AD
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    NOW Festival Performance

    As part of the Champions project in conjunction with Sandfield Park and Redbridge Schools some of our pupils performed a rap and produced a music video to accompany it which was shown at The NOW Festival at the Epstein Theatre on Wednesday 8th February. Pupils opened the show and performed brilliantly. Their performance was entertaining, catchy and thought provoking as it made people evaluate how the see and treat young people with additional needs and disabilities.I am so proud of what the...  Read More...

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    Safer Internet Day

    Today was safer internet day 2017! Our pupils actively participated in activities during lesson time and also attend a huge assembly presentation about the internet and keeping safe.  As with most schools we do a lot of work behind the scenes in order to ensure our pupils are safe whilst connected to the internet. However we really wanted to highlight this issue and wanted to raise pupil awareness of the implications of their actions on the web.   Read More...

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    Thank you!

    Sixth Form students raised £100.00 for Alder Hey Children Charity as part of their CoPE and Enterprise project.Students delivered the check to the Alder Hey Charity Shop today (24.1.17)The students asked, "How will the money help the charity?"Alder Hey said "It will go towards helping to make medicines taste better for young children who have to take them regularly.It will also go towards making food that the children like to eat."We would like to say a massive thank you once again to all of the...  Read More...

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    Bank View Bricklayers!

    The construction site came to Bank View last week when the BTEC Construction Options group started their practical unit on bricklaying. With help from Mr Lock and Luke pupils learned how to build a stretcher bond wall using basic bricklaying and trowel techniques.  The pupils really enjoyed bricklaying and can't wait to continue their wall challenge over the coming weeks. Click here to see pictures of their work!   Read More...

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