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We could not do the amazing things we do for and with our pupils without the support of a wide range of partners who work closely with us to adapt and personalise programmes and opportunities so that they are accessible and of maximum benefit to our pupils.

Wrexham Glyndwr University

BTH School has a signed progression agreement with the university which illustrates our joint commitment to widening the access to higher education for harder to reach individuals. The aim is to support and enhance progression opportunities and curriculum links with the universityenabling and inspiring our pupils to progress onto further and higher education

West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce

BTH School works collaboratively with a range of partners to support the employability and skills development of our pupils. One of our most impactful partnerships is with The Young Chamber, a Cheshire West and North Wales initiative which benefits local schools and colleges by bridging the gap between businesses and the education sector. Activities the Chamber have supported us with include networking events, employer visits and workshops and specific projects to enthuse and inspire our pupils in creating bespoke pathways for their future careers.

Coleg Cambria

We have developed a robust partnership with our local further education provider, Coleg Cambria over the past couple of years as an active member of the School Links Enrichment programme. This offer enables our KS4 pupils to access vocational qualifications at college in an area of their choice to give them invaluable experience in further education – plus a qualification – prior to leaving school. As a result of this we have now developed a signed agreement between the school and college to provide intensive transition and KS5 provision for select sixth form pupils, supported by school staff, to attend full time placements at college. This not only maximises retention and outcomes but also ensures maximum support for a successful and meaningful future for our pupils.

WISC (Welsh Independent School Council)

The Welsh Independent Schools Council (WISC ) is the umbrella body representing Independent schools in Wales.  The majority of children in Welsh independent schools are in WISC schools.  WISC therefore speaks for the sector as a whole.  WISC is strictly independent of all political parties.

“I have been a partner working with BTH School for a number of years and I am impressed by the way in which quality of provision and the range of curriculum offer has grown and improved with the school.”

Supporting Partner

“I have thoroughly enjoyed my work with BTH School and have been personally inspired and impressed by the enthusiasm and genuine interest which pupils demonstrated during my work with them.”

Supporting Partner




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