Year 7 Sports Rewards Trip

The following Y7 pupils were rewarded with a trip to Costa Coffee on Thursday in which they enjoyed hot chocolate, marshmallows and flakes. This was an award for excellent attendance in after school sports clubs, which have included Football, Cardio Training and Cross Country.

Ekell B
Joshua B
Freddie B
Jamie W
Michael W

Mr J Cook
Sports Coordinator


Award for Freya

The Liverpool Sensory Service annual awards celebrate the work of pupils in the city who have a vision or hearing impairment. The award ceremony included many heartwarming and inspirational stories and the Achievement Award was presented to our own Freya S in Year 12. Freya joined us in Year 7 and her award celebrated her GCSE successes. Freya has always embraced the opportunities offered at Liverpool College and is also involved in many community projects. She is a fine example to us all of how developing resilience can help us to overcome challenges. During her lessons at school, Freya is supported by an LSA provided by the Sensory Service and we are grateful to Hazel for her work.

Mr N Griffith (Assistant Principal)


Sixth Form Open Evening Wednesday 13th November 4.30-6pm

We are holding the first of our Sixth Form Open Events on Wednesday 13th November from 4.30pm - 6pm.

The evening will start in the Dining Hall from where you will go on a tour of the College and visit the various departments to meet staff and find out more about the subjects on offer. The Head of Sixth Form will give two presentations in Mossley Vale Hall at 4.45pm and 5.30pm and the Principal looks forward to meeting you over tea and coffee in the new Sixth Form centre (Godwyn House) throughout the evening. 

There is no need to book an appointment but if you have any questions please contact Sally Loveridge on 0151 724 1611 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  To download details please click here


The Quality in Careers Standard

Liverpool College has been awarded the national quality award for careers education, information, advice and guidance. This award recognises that we deliver a high quality careers programme, which meets the Government standards measured by the 8 Gatsby benchmarks. We are one of the first schools in the country to achieve this quality award.

You can read more about our careers provision here.


OL Annual Dinner

The Rt Hon Jake Berry MP (Minister of State for the Northern Powerhouse and Local Growth) was the honoured guest at the OL Founders’ Day Dinner last Friday night. Mr Berry is one of three OLs serving in Parliament. His speech made clear his determination to see Liverpool and the region flourish by driving a policy of devolution and decentralization.

We hope Mr Berry will be able to visit our Sixth Form and share his experience of his work in Parliament and government.


Hockey v St Bede's College

On Saturday, four Liverpool College Hockey teams boarded an early morning bus to travel to Manchester for a fixture versus St Bede's College. The schools have built a strong sporting relationship in girls sport during the past two academic years and have produced some thrilling matches. This academic year was no different and all the matches were evenly matched.

The scores were as follows:

St Bede's College U16 2 Liverpool College U16 3
St Bede's College U14 0 Liverpool College U14 0
St Bede's College U13 0 Liverpool College U13s 4
St Bede's College U12s 1 Liverpool College U12s 0

Mr Cook
Sports Coordinator


Record Audition Process

Our production of Popstars, the 90s musical, performed by Prep and Middle School pupils finally has a cast list. It took 450 minutes or 7.5 hours to audition the 173 pupils who hoped to be part of the production. That process is now done, an achievement in itself and a certain sign that the arts are thriving at the College.

We look forward to seeing the cast in action in March, live in the MV Theatre.