We are a community school and we are proud of the way we listen and support our wider community.
Take a look at the ways our staff and students have been supporting and working with our community this year.
20th September – Big Green Week Poster competition. Year 7-8 students worked in partnership with Climate for Action Frodsham to bring awareness to this important issue.
14th October – Year 7 and 8 students took part in a Scarecrow making workshop run by the Sixth Form Leadership team to build our Key Worker Super Hero Scarecrows ready for the Helsby Village Scarecrow trail.
1st Nov – Sixth Form teams visited all form groups to collect money for the National Poppy Appeal raising over £300.
11th Nov – Aran D played the Last Post excellently on his trumpet at Frodsham War Memorial Remembrance Service.
16th November – Tim Firth came into school to present the prizes for the ‘Edgelands’ poetry competition run in conjunction with Weaver Words & The Frodsham Literature Festival.
27th November – Music students played at Frodsham Christmas Festival – our string and folk ensembles played a range of Christmas hits and the festival saw the premiere of our Helsby High School Rock Band who also played to entertain our community.
1st December – Awards for The Big Green Week poster competition Ruth Basden from Action for Climate Action Frodsham awarding prizes to our year 7 and 8 students.
10th December – The Friends of Helsby High School delivered our Christmas community hampers, donated by our students and their families.
10th December – Year 12 work experience. Our students were able to gain real life industry experience from local companies fulfilling a real work brief and presenting this to these local companies. We are proud to support local businesses.
17th December – Festive Jumper Day. Students donated £1 and this was collected for our local food banks and Chester Action for the Homeless. Collectively students were able to donate over £600 for our chosen charities.