This is how at typical school day at Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School is structured:
|8.00 - 8.25am||Breakfast available in the school canteen|
|8.35 - 8.45||All students should be on school premises|
|8.45 – 9.00||Registration in forms|
|9.00 – 10.00||Period 1|
|10.00 – 11.00||Period 2|
|11.00 - 11.15||Break time|
|11.15 - 12.15pm||Period 3|
|12.15 - 12.45||Period 4|
|Year 8/9 lunch
Years 7/10/11 begin Period 4
|12.45 - 1.15||Period 4/ lunch|
|Year 7 lunch
Years 8/9 to Period 4
Years 10/11 continue with Period 4
|1.15 - 1.45||Period 4/ lunch|
|Years 10/11 lunch
Year 7 return to Period 4
Years 8/9 continue with Period 4
|1.45 - 2.45||Period 5|
|2.45pm||School day ends|
Boys in years 7 to 11 are not allowed to leave the school premises during their lunch break. We have a canteen and deli in school, students can also bring in their own packed lunch.
Break times for year groups are staggered over an hour and a half with year 7s eating on their own.
See some of our menus here.
STAY SAFE ONLINE
The internet is now part of our everyday lives. Children, young people and adults alike use it to learn, work, play and socialise via their computers, tablets, phones and games consoles.
The internet can be an interesting and fun place to spend time, it can also be a dangerous place if you are not sensible, responsible and don't know how to stay safe online.
Here are some sources of information and advice for students and parents:
The headteacher provides strong leadership to the school. Newly appointed senior leaders have strengthened the school's capacity to improve outcomes for all pupils.
The leadership of teaching is good. The quality of teaching is improving quickly; professional development is a strong feature of the school.
Progress in modern foreign languages is outstanding.
Teachers build strong relationships with pupils to aid learning.
Learners in the sixth form achieve well and the provision is very well led and managed.
The school promotes pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development effectively.
Pupils have an excellent understanding of British values and the nature of life in modern Britain.
The school provides good care and support to pupils. It works effectively with other services to keep vulnerable pupils safe.
Pupils receive high-quality careers guidance and advice.