The Preparatory School is an integral part of Liverpool College. Yet, with its own staff and facilities, it forms a distinct unit within the College. There are approximately 350 children in the Preparatory School, which is made up of the Nursery and Pre-Prep (3-7) and Prep departments (7-11). Thus the College can justifiably claim to offer continuity in education from ages 3-18. It is our policy to offer all of the children in Year 6 places in the Upper School, subject to satisfactory behaviour.
Our curriculum, which allows a smooth and effective transition from Pre-Prep to Prep and then to Upper School, goes beyond the national requirements, especially in our provision for languages, the arts, drama, music and games. We use specialist teachers and facilities much earlier than would normally be expected, and across most areas of the curriculum.We stress parental partnership in monitoring pupils' progress and encourage children to set themselves ambitious goals for learning. We reward effort as well as achievement and celebrate personal success in its many different forms.
2012 Scholarship Success
Many congratulations to all of the Prep pupils in Year 6, who performed so well in the entrance exam to Upper School. The Principal reports that the standard of entry this year was higher than ever, so it was very pleasing to see so many of our pupils being awarded scholarships and academic exhibitions.
Niru V, Aisha R-McKinna, Dylan McC, Kenton C, Elisha R, Lewis Y
Art Scholarship: Joe B and Femke F
Drama Scholarship: Eleanor H and Charlotte LeBB
Choral Scholarship: Dylan McC
Maths Exhibitions: Adriana W, James B, Ayan M, Tanvi G
English Exhibitions: Eleanor H
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