‘Bon Voyage’, Year 11!

Following the last GCSE examination, there were a number of treats in store for our Class of 2019 when they joined together for one Final Assembly. After refreshments, accompanied by messages of Congratulations and Good Luck, provided by the Dining Hall Staff, they assembled in the Main Hall for the last time. Year 11 Progress…

Media City Trip is a Bright Look into the Future!

Our iMedia students gained some valuable knowledge and hands-on experience when, thanks to Mr Simon, they swapped their classroom for the bright lights of Media City, Salford. The trip helped students gain a deeper understanding of the many different skills at work behind the scenes, many relevant to their course but also using other skills…

A Drug-free life is the Healthiest Life

It is important for our young people to stay ‘drugs-aware’ and to receive as much valuable advice and support to maintain a healthy lifestyle as possible. Helping us to be knowledgeable about the dangers of drugs and to make the right decisions on keeping safe and looking after each other, we welcomed into school Kersti…

Helping Put the Cream on the Wimbledon Strawberries!

Year 7 students Frankie, Sasha and Aleysha are pictured raising money for when Mrs Hepke, Year 7 Progress Leader, takes some lucky tennis fans from School to watch the tennis on Day 6 at Wimbledon in July. The money raised through their cookie sale will go towards those little ‘extras’ that contribute to making Wimbledon…

Getting a Taste for Music and Performing Arts

We are fortunate to have LIPA, the world class college for performers and for those who make performance possible on our doorstep, in Liverpool. Her close relationship with the college meant that when Mrs Burns, Subject Leader – Music and Performing Arts, was keen for our Year 9 students to prepare for, and learn more…

Learning about Dairy was in their Diary!

Reaseheath College is one of the UK’s leading specialist land-based colleges based in Nantwich, Cheshire. Thanks to a continuing £80 million investment across campus, they have some of the best specialist facilities and resources in the country, including an £8 million Advanced Engineering and Agri-Tech Centre. When thirteen Year 10 Food Nutrition students joined organiser…