• Parent Governor Election

    Parent Governor Election

    The current parent governors have completed their four-year terms of office. We therefore need to hold elections to replace them.

    Parent Governor Election Documents

    To read the letter from the Chairman of Governors to all College parents outlining the Parent Governor Election process and inviting nominations, please click here

    To download the Parent Governor Nomination Form, please click here.

    To download the Parent Governor Eligibility Self Declaration Form, please click here.

     

    From the Chairman of Governors

    The current parent governors have completed their four-year terms of office. We therefore need to hold elections to replace them. There are 2 vacancies for parent governors on the governing body.  

    We are very keen to encourage parents (or people with parental responsibility) of registered pupils to nominate themselves to fill these places.  Details of what you will need to do to be nominated are listed below. 

    Parent governors are elected by other parents and are vital to our governing body.  They share equally with other governors the responsibility for carrying out the governing body's wide range of responsibilities.  Governors do not run the school day to day, as their role is at the strategic or policy-making level in the school.  You do not have to be an expert on education to be a school governor, and we value the experience that all governors bring to the role.  In reviewing the skills and experience of the governing body as a whole, as required by the DfE, we would welcome nominations from those with legal, financial or HR backgrounds. However, this should not deter those with other backgrounds from seeking election.

    If you join our governing body, you will serve for a four-year term and you can continue to the end of the four years even if your child/children leave the school.  Being a governor does take up time.  There are usually6 governing body meetings each year normally at 6pm on a Monday evening. Meetings usually last for 2 to 3 hours. Governors are also asked to serve on at least one committee, which will meet once or twice a term. You will need to set aside time to be able to be an effective governor: time to prepare for meetings, for visiting the school, undertaking training and updating.  

    To find out more about what being a governor at this school is like, you can contact me by email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and I will be very willing to answer any questions.  If you do not have access to email please contact the Clerk to the Governors and alternative arrangements can be made.

    If you would like to take the opportunity to put yourself forward as a candidate, you may only do so on an official form, a copy of which can be downloaded here.  Please complete the form and return it to Mr Ric Thompson, Clerk to the Governors (at the College address) by 4 pm on 25 September 2017. If it is necessary for there to be an election, I will contact you to let you know about the arrangements.  

    Monica Mason
    Chairman of Governors

     

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is a Governors' role?

    The role of the governing body should have strong focus on three core strategic functions.

    •  Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction.
    •  Holding the Principal to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils.
    •  Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent.

    The governors carry out these roles through various committees and visits to the school. This enables them to understand the wealth of data on the school’s education and financial performance, ask appropriate questions, build good relationships with staff and contribute to self-evaluation processes.

     

    Who can be a parent governor?

    All those who have parental responsibility, and are over the age of 18, with a child currently registered in years Reception – Year 13 at this school are eligible to stand for election. Parents who work at the school can stand for election provided that they work for less than 500 hours per year.  

    There are some circumstances that disqualify an individual from serving as a school governor.  If you wish to stand, you will be asked to complete a self-declaration of eligibility form to state that there are no reasons for being disqualified from serving as a governor and provide evidence of identity and address if required. 

    It is important that appropriate checks are made on anybody who will be working in a school to prevent unsuitable people from gaining access to children.  Accordingly, new governors must agree to provide proof of identity and undergo a check in line with current advice issued by the Department for Education.

     

    How to nominate yourself

    If you would like to put your name forward, your nomination must be supported by two parents of pupils currently at the school (not including anyone to whom you are closely related).  Their signatures, names and addresses must be on the nomination form.

    You should use the space provided on the form to write a brief personal statement (100 words maximum) to support your nomination. 

    If the number of nominations is the same as or less than the number of vacancies, all candidates will be elected unopposed.  If there are more nominations than vacancies, an election will take place.  The statements of all candidates will be typed in a standard format and circulated to all parents with ballot papers. 

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  • Welcome from the Head

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  • Welcome to Liverpool College Sixth Form

    Welcome to Liverpool College Sixth Form

    Sixth Form should be a fruitful time in the personal and intellectual development of every student. Our aim is to provide our students with a purposeful and challenging experience which strengthens their capacities and interests, develops their character, and gives them the confidence to take the next step on their academic and life journey.

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    Curriculum and Programme

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  • Policies

    Policies

    Policy Documents

    Please click on the links to view our College policies:

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    Uniform & College Shop

    Uniform & College Shop

    Uniform

    Please click here to download the school uniform policy which contains the uniform list for all the parts of the College.

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    Examination Results & Office

    Examination Results & Office

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Examination Results 2016

    You can access data on school performance (the School Performance Tables) from the Department for Education by clicking here.

     Key KeysagfasEYFS, Key Stage 1 and 2

    To download the EYFS, Key Stage 1 and 2 results please click here.

    Key Stage 4 (GCSE)

    To download the Key Stage 4 (GCSE) results please click here.

    Year 13 A2 Results

    To download the A2 results please click here.

     


    Examination Documents and Timetables

    To view and download important documents and information, including timetables, for public examinations please Timetables and Document Downloads.

    Examinations Office

    Public examinations are always stressful, and Mrs Hayes, our Examinations Manager, works with teachers, students and parents to make sure that all the correct procedures are in place. The examination page on the website is frequently updated with key information, such as the timetable for forthcoming examinations. Individual timetables are always issued to candidates before any series of examinations.

    If you have any enquiries regarding public examinations, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Hayes on:

    tel: 0151 724 4000 ext. 212

    fax: 0151 724 6903

    e: chayes@liverpoolcollege.org.uk

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  • Old Lerpoolians

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    Old Lerpoolians are the association of former Liverpool College students.

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    Our Community

    Our Community

    The College is proud is of its history. Our school played an important role in the growth and development of the city of Liverpool and in bringing educational opportunity and excellence to the city.

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    Welcome to the Parent Teacher Association

    Welcome to the Parent Teacher Association

    At Liverpool College PTA, we aim to bring parents and the college closer together to work as one, for the benefit of the college pupils.

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  • State Boarding at Liverpool College

    Liverpool College is a boarding school.

    We offer boarding for pupils 15 years or older as a member of the State Boarding School Association (SBSA).

    To download our Boarding Brochure please click here.  If you would like one sending out please contact us.

    Boarding provides a unique experience giving pupils an excellent opportunity to develop independence, maturity and community living skills.

    Our boarders are ambitious and focused on achieving their best in their studies.

    Our boarding house is a friendly and supportive environment. It is a home away from home for a diverse and committed group of pupils and staff. The staff support and encourage each pupil to achieve the best academic outcomes and to participate fully in everything Liverpool College has to offer.

    Our boarding house is located next to our campus in Derby Hall. Facilities consist of large and comfortable single or twin rooms. In addition, the boarding house has communal rooms for relaxation, study, and snacking.

    Boarders share meals in our dining room, excursions, and activities together, Most of all, they are part of a close knit community where they are known and supported. Our last inspection rated boarding as excellent. Read our boarding inspection report here.
     

    What is a State Boarding School and how much does it cost?

    There are 38 state boarding schools in the country. They offer free education and only charge for boarding. Because of this, the boarding fees we charge are less than 50% of those charged by private fee paying schools.

    To learn about our fees see links below:

    Boarding Fees 2017 - 2018
     

    Results

    Our boarders are frequently among our top performers at A level. In 2016 our boarding leavers have gone on to take up places at prestigious universities including Cambridge, Cardiff, Edinburgh & University College London.  One of our 2016 leavers has his story on the State Boarding Forum website http://stateboarding.org.uk/press-releases/390-german-boarder-earns-six-a*.html
     

    How to find out more and apply?

    We hope you will visit Liverpool College and find out more about boarding. Please contact Mrs Loveridge, Registrar, to arrange a visit or ask for an application.

    The application process includes a suitability for boarding interview, and a course discussion to help you choose the right subjects and course of study. Mrs Loveridge will be happy to explain this to you. If you would like to arrange a visit or request an application please contact her on 0151 724 4000 ext: 228 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    As a state boarding school we only accept applications for boarding at Liverpool College from holders of EU or UK passports.

     

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