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Welcome to Ashcroft High School

Governors

The governing body of Ashcroft High School. Choosing a secondary school is a big decision and one which you will not take without careful consideration. We would like to have the opportunity of working in partnership with you to ensure that your child’s educational journey is a happy and successful one.

Drop Everything and Read (DEAR)

On Thursday 2nd March, everyone in school will stop what they are doing and read something they enjoy for 20 minutes. In preparation for this event (to celebrate World Book Day and promote literacy skills) bring along something appropriate you will enjoy reading on the day eg. novels, textbooks, comic books, revision materials, magazines etc. […]

On Thursday 2nd March, everyone in school will stop what they are doing and read something they enjoy for 20 minutes.

In preparation for this event (to celebrate World Book Day and promote literacy skills) bring along something appropriate you will enjoy reading on the day eg. novels, textbooks, comic books, revision materials, magazines etc.

A bell will go off to indicate the start of the DEAR session. Also, there will be some staff and media students with cameras taking pictures of the session.

On Thursday 2nd March, everyone in school will stop what they are doing and read something they enjoy for 20 minutes.

Drugs advice

Ashcroft High School takes its responsibility to deliver drugs education to its young people very seriously. Through the curriculum, house time, assemblies and outside speakers a comprehensive drugs education programme is delivered to all students. The possession, use or supply of illegal and unauthorised drugs within school boundaries is unacceptable. In order to safeguard other students the school takes a very strong view on bringing drugs into school and will always consider permanent exclusion.