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.
A message from the Road Safety Officer – Highways & Transportation “For your information, there will not be a school crossing patrol at the location Woolton Hill Road from Thursday 24.11.16. until further notice. I would be grateful if you could please inform the parents and students accordingly. We currently do not have enough school… Read more »
The College was proud the accept the award for Eco Project of the Year and Mr Rippon and Mrs Banks attended the Ceremony on the evening of the 18th November to collect the award on behalf of the College. Those students involved will have the award presented to them, a big congratulations to Mrs Hesketh and… Read more »
The English Speaking Union in partnership with The House of Lords have invited a selection of schools to take part in a chamber debate on the subject of freedom of speech. In preparation for this, a mentor came into SFX for an afternoon to introduce the topic to a group of yr 11 boys and… Read more »
Today St Francis Xavier’s College celebrated a Mass attended by selected students and visitors to the College. The mass was held to celebrate and give thanks for the new buildings at the College. Mr Rippon opened Mass and stated that he would like to especially welcome two of our Trustees Bro Remy Harel and Bro… Read more »
Dear Parent (s) / Guardian (s) We are writing to you regarding the new roles which we will be taking up in September. As you know, Mr Rippon will be Executive Headteacher and Mr Flowers will be Head of School. These new roles have been designed to ensure that SFX continues on its journey to… Read more »
Congratulations to all of our students who received their results today. We are very proud of their achievements. We are very please to say that results are up on last year with: 35% of all A Level results being recorded as A* to B 79% of BTEC results being recorded as Distinction*/Distinction 73% of all… Read more »
The new Chief Constable of Merseyside Police, Andy Cooke, visited us, his old school today. Please see the coverage on the Merseyside Policing Website here. Please see the coverage on the Liverpool Echo Website here.