Welcome to Scarisbrick Hall College. At Scarisbrick Hall we have a drive for academic achievement and a passion to see every individual develop as a whole person. Our unique curricular and co-curricular programme encourages students to develop leadership, academic achievement, teamwork, as well as their overall well-being.
Students in the College are encouraged to have a mature approach to their studies and receive the support and guidance they need to become independent learners and thinkers. Our academic staff meet every six weeks and discuss the progress that students are making, they then discuss this with the individual students and send a report home to parents detailing the progress they are making.
Tracking progress every six weeks and maintaining a transparent relationship with students and parents enables the academic staff to make rapid decisions that ensures every student receives a truly personalised education. If a student requires support in a particular topic additional sessions are provided by the academic staff or in our Learning Hub.
In Scarisbrick Hall School, our teaching and learning is based on the belief that each child is unique and as such, each should be nurtured and given the opportunity and atmosphere in which to excel. Our academic curriculum, delivered through the faculty structure, provides each individual with the skills and knowledge to succeed, providing additional support for any in need in our new Hub facility, whilst also providing an enrichment programme for gifted students.
GCSE subjects are delivered throughout the 3 years and we believe this gives the individual time to broaden and deepen their knowledge and understanding whilst also affording some the time to access additional subjects. In this way we believe they are better equipped to meet future academic demands. Academic and sporting achievement is celebrated through weekly Celebration assemblies. These, together with close home-school ties, e-mailing parents of successes of all kinds, encourages our students to aim even higher.
Students in the College are cared for through our Pastoral System. Each student is monitored and supported by a Head of Year and Form Tutor as well as their being able to seek specific advice from a Head of Careers. Issues are handled swiftly but fairly within a clear and transparent framework. The Well-being Programme, presented as part of the e3 programme with additional conference days, includes personal identity, relationships, finance and diversity, among others and aims to develop reflective and motivated learners with a sense of their own development and their role in society.
Scarisbrick Hall, Southport Road, Ormskirk L40 9RQ : 01704 841151