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It is with great pleasure that I introduce you to Greenbank High School. We are determined to inspire our students through learning both inside and outside the classroom, care for individual pastoral needs and achieve the highest academic standards. We believe in a high quality curriculum, excellent standards of behaviour and a positive learning environment so that students of all abilities and backgrounds can succeed and reach their potential.
We are very proud of the school, its students, staff and governors. Education at Greenbank provides much more than exam excellence. It aims to develop and nurture all students to take their place as caring and confident young people in the outside world.
Greenbank is part of a multi-academy trust, Southport Learning Trust. As part of the trust and as the founding member, the school and all the community benefit from the high quality collaboration and innovation and a great sense of being part of a wider community that works together to achieve the highest outcomes for all.
We look forward to working with all prospective members of our school community and would warmly welcome any visitors wishing to visit our dynamic school built on traditional values.
Mrs K. Robinson
Headteacher of Greenbank High School
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Over the last 8 weeks a cohort of Yr 7 & 8 pupils have been attending an after school catch up club called 'You Are Awesome'.
They have been taking part in a range of fun activities and learning how to develop a Growth Mindset.
Well done girls.....you were all AWESOME !! https://t.co/zjgHIGU4rh