By Leighton Burgoyne James from ZooLab visited the school with a rainforest snail, cockroach, frog, snake and a tarantula. ZooLab is a company that lets children see and pet animals and insects, that at a later time they can put the known skills into a project, the visit was mainly focused on rainforests. The visit was combined with science and … Read More
We had a guest speaker to talk about animals of the rainforest. The students (and staff) even got to hold and look at the real life animals to which I think everyone here at BHS really enjoyed!
By Leighton Burgoyne History is being brought to life for students at Burnley High School. They will be using blues music to help unravel one of the saddest stories in history – The Slave Trade. Assistant Headteacher, Miss. Povey said the project is about the history of the slave trade and its links to blues music. Its aim is to … Read More
by Leighton Burgoyne The good news is that we are staying at Parkhill for the time being. We are expanding into the offices next to our existing accommodation and extending our school. The new facilities are being planned for when we take on new pupils at the school in September and will include additional classrooms, a science lab, more toilets … Read More
By Leighton Burgoyne On the agenda today at clubs is dodgeball. Dodgeball is held by Mr David Wallace, every Tuesday, and involves two teams trying to knock opponents out of the game using a soft ball. Member, Jamie Stinton said: “I really enjoy the club and it is really fun.” Angus Brown said: “It is nice hanging out with your … Read More
by Leighton Burgoyne It is all about the great outdoors at Burnley High School’s survival club with challenges which range from preparing and eating pheasants to map reading. The club which is ran by Mr Adrian Bright, helps members understand about how to survive in harsh conditions and how to do important things such as using a compass. Mr Bright … Read More
By Leighton Burgoyne Members of Burnley High School’s eco club are making their fellow students green with envy. The club – run by Mrs Adele Ormerod – looks at all aspects of wildlife and the environment. And at the moment its members are busy building a woodlice house in the school garden. Mrs Ormerod said: “We like to make wildlife … Read More