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Welcome to Howard School. This is a county comprehensive co-educational day school which caters for students of the 9-13 age range. It is a purpose built middle school and we are extremely proud of its excellent facilities which include well equipped design technology and art rooms as well as two purpose-built science labs. We also have a huge sports barn and extensive fields attached to the school.
Our website aims to give you a flavour of what we as a school try to achieve in terms of curriculum as well as the organisational procedures you need to be aware of if your child is going to join our school. We have a well-developed curriculum and work hard to ensure new innovations are successfully integrated.
You will find that the school has a very caring ethos. All pupils, regardless of ability are well supported and guided to ensure they make the most of their curricular and other opportunities.



SarmaritanSarmaritan's Operation Christmas Shoebox Appeal

We are supporting the Operation Christmas Child shoebox appeal agian this year. Leaflets will be sent home with details about this. KS2 children have had an assembly about this. We do appreciate that is seems a lot to ask, however donations of empty shoeboxes, Christmas wrapping paper or small items to put into a box would be great. We can then put together gift boxes as a team effort.

Thank you.

Sponsored WalkSponsored Walk

On Monday the 29th September Howard pupils took part in a sponsored walk. The weather wasn't great, but the enthusiasm shown by the pupils was outstanding. We anticipate a large total when all the sponsorship money has been collected.

Magna Carta Painting WorkshopMagna Carta Painting Workshop

On Thursday the 12th of June Howard Middle School hosted a visiting artist sent by the Bury Society. Fifteen year 7 pupils worked all day on a large painting of King John signing the Magna Carta. The preparation work for this painting had been done at the end of May when this group of pupils visited the Magan Carta exhibition at the Cathedral. They saw one of only four remaining copies of the famous document and made drawings on the theme of its signing. This painted panel will form part of an illuminated  'tower of pictures' which will be on display in the Abbey Gardens in October. This is all part of the town's celebration of the 800 year anniversary of the Magna Carta. On both the visit to the Cathedral and the one day workshop I was very proud of the behaviour and hard working attitude of our pupils.


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