Henbury School renamed Blaise High School
Henbury School is on track to join the Greenshaw Learning Trust in May 2019, and the school will start the new academic year in September 2019 with a new name, ‘Blaise High School'.
Henbury School is on a journey of improvement to ensure it provides the best learning environment for all its students. As part of this journey the school will start the new academic year in September 2019 with a new name, ‘Blaise High School’ and new uniform.
This name reflects the school’s place in its local community – the school is located close to Blaise Castle Estate and was the preferred choice in the survey with the highest number of preferences from students, parents and staff.
The new school badge is in keeping with the school colours of green and black and brings together a bold modern castle design to represent Blaise Castle, on a traditional heraldic badge shape.
The new school uniform was devised in discussion with the school community and students will be expected to wear the new uniform at the start of the 2019/20 academic year. As part of the introduction of the new uniform, Greenshaw Learning Trust will subsidise uniform costs for existing students.
Henbury School is on track to join the Greenshaw Learning Trust in May 2019. The Greenshaw Learning Trust is a family of like-minded schools that collaborate closely, whilst retaining and developing their own distinctive character. The trust has the skills, experience and capacity to ensure that Henbury School/Blaise High School receives the high-quality and cost-effective services and support it requires, and has a track record of successful school improvement that has been recognised by the Department for Education.
Further information about our proposals for Henbury School can be found here.