Recent News Items

Radio Merseyside

Students from the Chamber Choir were invited to BBC Radio Merseyside to take part in their historic Sergeant Pepper live broadcast on Thursday 1st June. The BBC played a recording of the choir singing ‘She’s Leaving Home’ and the three students; Faye Griffiths, Louise Stanton and Eva Carrol spoke about their love of the music and the college upcoming performance of Sergeant Pepper in July.  […]

Manchester

The RE department encouraged students to write down their feelings after news of the Manchester explosion last Monday, 22nd May.    

Choir at Hope

The College Chamber Choir were invited to perform at Hope University’s ‘Challenge Celebration’ event on Thursday 18th May. The choir gave an inspiring performance of ‘Hail Holy Queen’ from Sister Act in front of University professors, OFSTED inspectors and students from schools around the city. It was part of a busy week for the choir in which they also sang at three Holy […]

The Brink

Year 12 and 13 students gave an evening performance at The Brink bar in Liverpool City centre on Wednesday 17th May. The performance was organised by the Year 13 students as part of their BTEC course and proved to be a great success. The audience was treated to a wide selection of material including jazz songs by Gershwin, contemporary songs by Rhianna and close harmony […]

DoE

As the summer term begins the students on the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme prepare for their expeditions. Year 9 students spent an overnight in preparation for their Bronze assessment over the week end of 13th/14th May 2017.  

Janine Webber

This week in college the Year 9 students were very fortunate to hear the testimony of Janine Webber, a Holocaust survivor. Janine was born in Lwow, Poland (now Lviv, Ukraine) in 1932. From 1939, Lwow was occupied by Russian forces, until 1941 when the German army occupied the town. Persecution of the Jews of Lwow started very quickly after the German occupation, and Janine and her family […]

Zia Chaudhry

On Friday 5th May, Zia Chaudhry came into College to speak to the sixth form about Muslim stereotypes and how young people have a duty to challenge the media stereotypes that are created. Zia was born in Burnley, Lancashire and moved to Liverpool at the age of seven. Although he comes from a Pakistani background, he is very much a “product” of […]

Construction Visit

On Thursday 27th April, a small group of sixth form students attended a visit at the new LFC Club Store construction site organised by Graham Construction. The purpose of the visit was to highlight some of the professional career roles available within the construction sector. Students were able to hear about the different career journeys of staff both through the university and the apprenticeship routes. They were also able to […]

Life Saver!

Well done to Lucas, Year 10, who went to the aid of his step dad, who suffered a heart attack, on Easter Saturday. Lucas followed the instructions of the paramedics after dialling 999 for an ambulance and then proceeded to apply CPR to restart his step dad’s breathing. Lucas said his stepdad had stopped breathing […]

Fund Raising

The PE department gave Year 7 and 8 pupils the opportunity to ‘Drop Everything and Swim’ in order to raise money for charity on the last day of the Spring term, Friday 7th April 2017. Pupils swapped their last two lessons with a fun swimming session at Everton Park, raising over £50 for the British Heart Foundation.