Recent News Items

Summer Fayre

Staff and students enjoyed the warm day, on Wednesday 19th July, spending it in the school grounds enjoying a ‘Summer Fayre’. Each department set up a stall to encourage people to part with their money. Tug-a-war, skipping, ‘Soak the Teacher’ and face painting were a few of the many activities that staff and students could take part in.  The afternoon ended with a staff […]

Mock Interviews

On 7th July we had the pleasure of welcoming eighteen employers into school  to conduct mock interviews with our Year 10 & 12 students. The employers represented organisations such Liverpool Football Club, Aintree Hospital and HMRC. Students in Year 10 prepared for their interviews the day before during their careers activity day with Career Connect. The employers were very impressed with how our students conducted themselves on the day. Students, […]

Cross fit Champion

Reece, a student in Year 10, is currently training to take part in the World Crossfit Championships.  He has competed in three competitions in the past 18 months. His first was taking part in the British Team Championship in which he came third. He  has also won a competition in memory of Chris Tansey. Reece won Battle of the Beasts teen […]

Sgt Pepper

In order to mark the 50 year release of The Beatles ‘Sgt Pepper’ album, the Performing Arts students will be performing ‘ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ on 13th and 14th July at 7pm with a matinee performance for primary schools on Friday 14th at 1.30 pm. It will be a performance of the whole album with a special guest appearance on both nights from Billy Kinsley, […]

Harry Potter Tour

On 4th July, a group of students travelled down to Watford with members of the English Department to visit the ‘Harry Potter’ Studio. The tour allowed students to explore countless spellbinding sets, including: the Great Hall, Diagon Alley and the new Forbidden Forest, which had staff and students ducking to avoid its giant spiders! As well as this, students got to taste Butterbeer, partake […]

Alternative Sports Day

Our usual sports day took a different format this year due to the athletics track at Wavertree being unavailable. Instead the pupils and staff took part in a wide range of activities on the astro turf pitches on the school site and the school field. As usual the pupils and staff entered into the day with enthusiasm and a wonderful time was had by all. […]

Moral Issues Day

On Monday 3rd July Year 12 students had a moral issues morning delivered by the charity, LIFE. Liz Parsons and Claire Plasom-Scott invited the students to explore what it means to be human and then to discuss the various human rights that we are entitled to and where they originated from.  Students debated the arguments for and against abortion and considered the way disability, […]

Let’s Play

The ‘Let’s Play’ orchestra gave a fantastic performance in the Concert Room at St George’s Hall on Thursday 29th June. The concert led by Notre Dame in partnership with Resonate and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra involved 120 pupils playing specially commissioned pieces to an invited audience in the beautiful surroundings of the Concert Room. The event, funded […]

End of Year Mass

A small group of Year 7 pupils represented the school at the recent Liverpool Archdiocese End of Year Mass held at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King.    

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.  […]