Dear Parents/Carers, The school will be open as normal on Thursday and will run a full timetable. There may be a strike involving some buses. Parents should keep up to date with the news and make alternative travel arrangements where appropriate. Thank you. Mr Flowers.
It has been an incredible year of success for the College. To have the honour of one year group becoming national champions and another national runner up when over 650 schools originally enter in round 1 for each competition is sensational! This combined with two Liverpool Cup wins, two Merseyside cup wins including the junior… Read more »
It has been a remarkable season for the Year 10 football team who have ended the season as city, county and now national champions. Having already claimed the Liverpool School’s U15s R.L. Martindale Trophy, beating North Liverpool Academy 4-2 in extra time and following that up with a 4-2 victory in the Merseyside Junior… Read more »
Following on from previous trips to Africa and the 2015 project working with pupils of Brothers’ schools in Haiti, during the Easter holidays Bro. James (Chaplain and teacher at SFX) took two current Yr. 12 students (Harry Brown + James Yeoman) and a former student now in his mid-twenties (Andy Rowan) on a De La… Read more »
We have a visit by the renowned author M.G.Leonard. She will be doing a presentation for Year 8 on her two books, Beetle Boy and Beetle Queen on Wednesday, 29th March. The boys will be able to buy her books and get them signed. After this, she is in London for the Waterstones Prize on… Read more »
Year 9 AND Year 10 football teams have both reached the National Finals so a huge Well Done to all the pupils involved and a thank you to staff also. We will post more here when we have it becomes available about the dates and locations of the Finals.
Please read the attendance newsletter found here and remember Persistent absenteeism is less than 91% and good attendance is 97%. It is important we all work hard to ensure each and every student’s attendance is the best it can be.