Friday 23rd June 2017 will be remembered by our Year 11 students, as it was the date of their official Leavers’ Day. Five years of being students at Culcheth High School needed celebrating, especially after all the hard work the students had put into their GCSE examination revision. After spending a final few hours in lessons, students and staff came together for a celebratory assembly, where memories of all the very many activities the students have been involved in during their time here, were shared with the students by Miss Appleby and the Year 11 Progress team.
Special recognition was also given to the 18 students who have completed and achieved their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh award.
Students who had 100% attendance during the school year were also entered into a draw, and the lucky winners received prizes.
Two students were also rewarded for going above and beyond, both in and out of the classroom, showing outstanding behaviour for learning consistently throughout the school year, and for being such positive role models to the school community. Daniel Hunter and Alexandra Shorrock were awarded with prizes which were generously donated by Handepay Merchant Services.
After an emotional final speech, it was time to bid the Year 11s a fond farewell. We wish them every success, both in August, when they receive their GCSE results, and beyond.