Highfield Christmas Calendar of Kindness

Highfield Christmas Calendar of Kindness

The Highfield Christmas Calendar of Kindness is an advent challenge that encourages us to be kind to ourselves, our families, the environment and the needy and lonely.  Each morning in the run up to Christmas, our young people will be set a Kindness Challenge – a...
Festive Winter Gift Programme

Festive Winter Gift Programme

On Friday 1st December we launched our Festive Winter Gift Programme – a series of events and activities that will bring our community together in acts of kindness and charitable giving over the Christmas period. 1 December: Highfield Christmas Calendar of...
Highfield transforms into School of Rock!

Highfield transforms into School of Rock!

Our Academy transformed itself into the School of Rock last week for three amazing performances based on the hit West End musical. Our annual production, the story of a wannabe rock star who poses as a teacher and introduces a group of private school pupils to rock...
Callum is Highfield’s martial arts King!

Callum is Highfield’s martial arts King!

The Academy is very proud to have a World Champion in Year 11 pupil Callum King. Callum was crowned champ at the 2017 International Contact Organisation World Cup in North Solihull in late October where he won the gold medal in the martial arts 65kg category. At the...
Supporting Blackpool Food Partnership

Supporting Blackpool Food Partnership

Kind-hearted pupils and their families have donated over half a tonne of foods and raised over £800 to help Blackpool people facing food poverty. Highfield Leadership Academy recently ran an initiative to support Blackpool Food Partnership that saw the school...
Donating through denim on Jeans for Genes Day

Donating through denim on Jeans for Genes Day

Highfield pupils swapped their uniform trousers and skirts for denim last Friday as the charitable bunch helped raise funds for Jeans for Genes. Our school is an annual supporter of the fundraising day led by charity Genetic Disorders UK. Around 250 pupils embraced...