Welcome to Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School’s website.
At Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School, we aim to provide all our students with outstanding educational provision, in a supportive and inclusive environment which is underpinned by Christian Values. Students are at the heart of everything we do and no child will ever be left behind. All our students will receive an inspiring and balanced learning experience which is delivered by dedicated and committed staff, who go above and beyond to secure the best outcomes for each student.
Our school was founded in 1526 and we became a Voluntary Aided Church of England High School in 2002. We serve the Diocese of Liverpool and Chester and have a Christian Ethos founded upon Anglican beliefs and practices. We are nationally recognised for putting our Christian values into action. We are a founder member of The Challenge Academy Trust (TCAT) and lead on Faith, Ethics, Vision and Values across the Trust. We formally became an academy in June 2017.
The commitment from the teaching staff comes from the 5 K’s
- Knowing the context
- Knowing their class
- Knowing the individuals in their class
- Knowing the school and wider community
- Knowing that they will have an impact on the lives of every individual in their care.
Hope, Compassion and Endurance are the values which the whole community live for and are the firm foundations on which our Boteler Family stands. Our whole school community is relentless in the pursuit for excellence and are committed to raising standards so that every student reaches their full potential.
“High Expectations, High Aspirations and High Standards – You will succeed”, is a non-negotiable for every member of staff and student in our school community.
We are determined to diminish the difference in school variation, so that all students make the progress they are capable of regardless of their starting point. Every young person in our care is equally important and deserves the best education possible.
At Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School, we have a strong moral purpose to develop the whole child both academically and pastorally because ‘Through God We Care’. We equip them with the skills, knowledge and understanding for lifelong learning in an ever-changing society. We will inspire, support and challenge the students, making sure they seek to attain the highest grades, make as much progress as possible and fulfil their potential.
All our students have a right to learn and our teachers have a right to teach. We are tolerant of one another and build strong relationships. We learn from each other and from our mistakes. We find only solutions to problems and not barriers. We overcome adversity as a team and focus on the ways forward. As a staff we are resilient and ensure that no matter what, the students come first.
Each member of staff is a role model for our students and models the ‘High Expectations, High Aspirations and High Standards’ throughout all they do. They are clear on their roles and responsibilities and the impact needed. They all instill the belief in the students that they will succeed.
Everyone in our school community has the passion and drive to ensure all our learners succeed and that they are happy and safe. At Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School, we will support all our students to the best of our abilities to help them succeed in becoming lifelong learners, equipped with the knowledge and skills to achieve their goals.
Beverley Scott-Herron, Headteacher
Click here for more information about our Senior Leadership Team.