Year 12 Business students visit a local business with global success Heat Trace
Heat Trace is a very local business but a global leader in their industry and today Year 12 Business students were fortunate to discover just how they have become such an international success.
The students were keen to hear about the strategies that have been implemented for such rapid global growth and this was followed by an overview of their very impressive investment in people which highlighted the award winning apprenticeship programs that Heat Trace offer.
Thank you to Heat Trace for such a fantastically rewarding visit!
Helsby High School is delighted to announce that we are one of only a few schools in the area to become a Young Member of the West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber of Commerce aims to promote and encourage business for our members and others regionally, nationally and internationally to improve commercial growth and prosperity.
Young Chamber is a new initiative from the West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce for schools and colleges. Its purpose is to help bridge the gap between businesses and the education sector and can help schools and colleges tap into the knowledge, skills and experience that local businesses can provide students for them to succeed in the world of work.
Helsby High School’s membership provides our staff and students with exciting new opportunities to enhance teaching and learning by developing links with local businesses.
English Schools Cross-Country Round 1
The inter boys team (yrs. 9&10) won the Cheshire round of the English Schools Cross-Country Cup last week at Walton hall & Gardens in Warrington. They’ve now qualified for the Regional Final on Saturday November 10th hosted by Adams Grammar School near Newport. If they finish in the top four in this competition they will earn themselves a place in the National Final which will be held at Woodbridge School, Suffolk on Saturday November 24.