Clarence High School provides both residential and day placements in a therapeutic setting for girls and boys aged 10-18 years old, with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties and who may also experience associated difficulties, including those on the autistic spectrum.
‘Life Long Learning’ is central to all that we do, ensuring that our pupils are being fully equipped educationally, emotionally and morally for the challenges they face now and preparing them for life's future challenges. 'Last year's school leavers gained a good range of accreditations and every student moved on to further education.' Ofsted 2012.
Clarence High School in Formby is having a summer fair on Saturday July 5th 11am - 3pm.
The students and staff at Clarence High School have recently been blessed with the gift of improved fitness thanks to the generosity of Hugh Baird College.
The students and staff at Clarence High School are donating large hampers to the Southport Soup Kitchen for the Homeless and Freshfield Animal Rescue Centre in Formby.
Pupils from Clarence High School were asked to give their views on Christmas for Bay TV Liverpool whilst Christmas shopping in Liverpool today. The pupils were not prepared for this interview and their spontaneous and articulate responses to the interviewer’s questions really showed that they fully understood the true meaning of Christmas.
Clarence High School gives the highest priority to safeguarding our pupils. The school ensures that our governing body, all our employees, agency staff and volunteers are aware of their responsibilities to safeguarding children and young people. All our policies procedures and practices are aimed at ensuring that the welfare of our pupils and residents are protected and promoted at all times.