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Blaise High School

Character education

Character education sits alongside our existing brilliant academic program to ensure that students have access to a wide and balanced range of experiences throughout their time at school, giving them the opportunity to develop and embed our core values of Ambition, Inclusion and Collaboration.

Students have opportunities to take part in a range of activities and experiences through their time at Blaise High School. For example enjoying residential trips and theatre visits, watching live sporting events, respecting the environment, or being members of the student leadership team. We feel that having access to these life experiences is just as important as academic success.

We have a huge investment in a student’s character development here at Blaise High School. There are so many trips, events and learning opportunities and here is a small snap shot of some of them that have been on offer this year:

  • Ivy League Lectures. These are inspiring talks from experts and successful people to broaden our students’ horizons.

  • Cheer leading and gymnastic workshops with 'Storm Angels cheer leading troupe'.

  • BBC 500 Words writing competition

  • Duke of Edinburgh Award

  • KS4 Careers Fair

  • Neurodiversity club

  • Boxing

  • Bristol climate strike

  • Stages dance festival

  • KS3 art club

  • Spirit of Aviation flying experience

  • “We will rock you” performance

  • Bristol harbour watersports

  • Student Leadership Team

  • Greenshaw rugby tournament

  • London and the Houses of Parliament visit