A Huge Celebration of Sport

Over 230 people attended last Friday's Sports Awards in the MV Hall, and 70 very happy pupils received awards for their sporting efforts during this academic year. There were guest speakers from former Liverpool Footballer David Fairclough, actress Gillian Kearney, Everton Academy coach Tom Kearney and writer, motivational speaker and co-owner of Hotel Tia, Ragnhild Lund Ansnes. There was music was Liverpool LMA student John Sibbering and Y9 pupil Grace M. The event was supported by many families to ensure the event was a success. 
Mr Cook (Director of Sport)

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Chapter 7 and 8 pupils raise awareness for Prostate Cancer UK

Before half term pupils from Chapter 7 and 8 had been fundraising, raising awareness and promoting a healthy lifestyle by running a lap around Sefton Park during their personal development games time. Many families have supported this initiative by bringing in a small donation throughout the week which will be donated to the charity Prostate Cancer UK. Well done to all involved.
Mr Cook (Director of Sport)

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Forty-two pupils in sports trip of a lifetime to the Real Madrid first team training ground

During the half term holiday, forty-two pupils have spent six days on a sports trip to the Spanish capital of Madrid. The trip consisted of four training sessions at the Real Madrid training ground being coached by some of the best academy coaches in the world. Pupils also had lunch in the training ground restaurant and on one of the sessions they were joined by the official team photographer of Real Madrid. The pupils also enjoyed six matches in Madrid, a training session at a local grassroots club, a walk around the parks of Madrid, a visit to a shopping centre and a meal in a city centre restaurant. The behaviour of the pupils was exemplary throughout the trip which impressed the staff and coaches of Real Madrid. This was a dream trip that pupils will never forget.   

Mr Cook (Director of Sport)

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Liverpool College pupils excel at Athletics Competition

This week, pupils have been involved in an athletics track and field event at Litherland Sports Park. The event was a huge success with several Liverpool College pupils dominating the field. There were first places for Lexi W, Annabel OB, Harry C, George W and Jacob W. Many congratulations to all involved.
Mr Cook (Director of Sport)

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Merseyside and Cheshire Engineering Leaders' Awards.

We have had the results from the Merseyside and Cheshire Engineering Leaders' Awards. Pupils needed to think of a real-world problem and design a solution to the problem, including writing a persuasive pitch letter to accompany the entry. I am delighted to announce we have 14 category winners, with winners ranging from Year 3 to Year 10. We also had 10 highly commended entries. This is an extraordinary success. All winners have been invited to attend a special award ceremony, where they will be presented with certificate and trophies. Their work, along with all short- listed entries, will be showcased in a gallery at Edge Hill University on 13 June. Congratulations to all. 

Mrs Doran

The Highly Commended Entries:

  • YR3 Rose M. "Bedomatic"
  • YR5 Edward M.L "Firefighter Bot"
  • YR5 Emilea M. "Linking Worry Caps"
  • YR6 Orla R.D. "The Plant Pal"
  • YR6 Alexa C. "Emotion Accessories"
  • YR7 Amelie E.B "Parent Help"
  • YR8 Kyrah W. "Smart Fridge"
  • YR8 Thomas B.M. "Fertilisation Cannons"
  • YR10 Cate O'H. "Fishing Nets That Don't Trap Turtles"
  • YR10 Solomon E.D.W "Neographr"

The Winning Entries:

  • YR3 Oscar M. "Safe Swinger"
  • YR3 Salma O'N. "Medicine Manager"
  • YR4 Emmie T. "The Water Well"
  • YR4 Evie M.A. "The Robot Lollipop"
  • YR5 Julie VD.H.G "LAYT (Look After Your Teeth)"
  • YR5 Kara M. "Arthurglove"
  • YR6 Leonardo D.T. "Anti Waste Fridge"
  • YR6 Daisy G.S. "Train Accessories"
  • YR7 Emily B. "Portable Walker"
  • YR7 Alisha S. "Music Beat Band"
  • YR8 Tom W. "Planet Pak"
  • YR8 Sienna M.O'K. "Fresh Film"
  • YR10 Lily N. "CALM (Computer aided listening machine)"
  • YR10 Ella D "Locaider"

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A big turnout for Saturday Chapter 8 house rugby

There was a big turnout of boys last Saturday for a Chapter 8 House Rugby Competition. The boys were keen to perform well and win for their respective houses. Obviously, not every house was going to be a winner, but on the day every pupil was a winner by portraying a tremendous sporting spirit, getting stuck into action and supporting their house peers to do their best. The winning house was Butler's. 
The results:
Butler's - 50 points
Selwyn's - 36 points
School - 36 points
Howson's - 29 points
Brook's - 29 points
Howard's - 15 points
Mr Cook (Director of Sport)

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A Fantastic Weekend of Girls House Hockey

Last Saturday, a lovely sunny morning saw all the Chapter 7 girls participate in a House Hockey Competition on the Astro Turf. The girls quickly got involved in the action of the event with some quick flowing moves with the stick and ball and the goals flying into the net. It was fantastic to see the enthusiasm of the girls with many fist pumps after each goal and celebratory dances by the winning teams after every match. Although Selwyn's House were the eventual winners, it was a day to promote and celebrate House Sport Competitions, girls school sport, and the hockey in the City.
Mr Cook (Director of Sport)

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