Welcome to Buile Hill Visual Arts College
This is a magnificent school which is warm and friendly and open to all sections of the community. This is a school where your son/daughter will be well looked after, happy and safe. There will be high expectations of your child and s/he will be supported, challenged and nurtured to meet those expectations. We want every pupil to leave Buile Hill Visual Arts College with a secure self confidence, with the conviction that everything they strive for is possible and with the belief that they can make a difference in the world.
On the 1st of August 2016, Buile Hill Visual Arts College converted to academy status with Consilium Academies. We are pleased to have joined a trust with the same values and ethos as our school community and are proud to hold strong partnerships with Ellesmere Park and Moorside Academies in our locality who are also part of the same trust.
Whilst Buile Hill Visual Arts College is rapidly improving academically (with a three year improving trend in attainment in maths and English), we endeavour to develop all other non academic talents also, and to discover new ones. All children will be encouraged to contribute to the community through fundraising and direct action.
We pride ourself on ensuring that children follow appropriate curriculum pathways unique to them. This inevitably has a detrimental impact on some of the school's headline measures as a significant number of students do not fully fill all elements of progress 8 due to our strong values and principles. Pupils will always come first at our school.
Buile Hill Visual Arts College offers your daughter or son a deep and rich educational experience which will prepare them for future success in a world, where, ever changing jobs and continual learning are the norms.
Finally, Buile Hill Visual Arts College is a place, where pupils of all ages and backgrounds mix comfortably together; with the support of our outstanding Pastoral Team pupils learn tolerance and understanding and how to take their rightful place in the adult world.
Mr. J. Inman – Headteacher