Welcome to
Chadwick High

Chadwick High, in partnership with parents, carers and other agencies aims to provide for pupils, a safe and stimulating learning environment, creating opportunities for academic and personal success.

Our Provision.

Located in Lancaster, Chadwick High is an alternative provision school catering for pupils who are either permanently excluded from mainstream education or who are in receipt of a consultants medical referral. Behavioural or medical respite places can also be commissioned by mainstream education providers. Within this website you will find all relevant information about our school and the services we offer for our pupils, parents and other education providers.

Latest News.

7th May 2021 in Latest News

Year 11 College/ Apprenticeship Information

To support Year 11 pupils and their parents/carers, the attached documents set out information about individual school sixth forms, colleges and apprenticeship providers based in Lancashire.  The information is shown…
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27th April 2021 in Latest News

Year 11 Exams and end of year arrangements

Dear Parents and Students  Please find detailed some important information in relation to our end of year arrangements for Year 11 students.  Exam Timetable  As part of the Centre Assessment Grade we…
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11th March 2021 in Latest News

Year 11 GCSE Examinations

Dear Parents  Clarification on GCSE Exam Grades  As a result of the disruption students and learners have faced due to the pandemic, the government has said that many exams and…
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By visiting OFSTED, parents / carers can view our latest OFSTED reports as well as historic reports.
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At Chadwick, we seek to provide opportunities for all our students to develop resilience and positive mental health.
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We’ve provided links to a number of external resources that can help both KS3 and KS4 pupils with revision.
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The purpose of our policies is to provide a simple, practical framework for staff, learners and parents / carers.
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