On Saturday, over seventy pupils boarded two coaches to make the long journey to play Oswestry School.
Two Football teams (U13, U15), two Hockey teams (U13, U14) and two Netball teams (U13, U15) put on their Liverpool College sports kit ready to challenge Oswestry School. It was a day when the College pupils played sport, made new friends and also enjoyed the lovely scenic views of Oswestry.
The outcome saw the College record victories in the U15 Football, U13 and U14 Hockey and U15 Netball, and draw 15-15 in the U13 Netball match.
Many congratulations to the pupils for their effort and behaviour throughout the day and thank you to the staff of Liverpool College for their support on a Saturday morning.
Key Stage 4 and 5 pupils were invited to a Careers in Business Masterclass on Thursday when the Deputy Chief Executive of St Helens Chambers came into school to deliver a talk. Ms Tracy Mawson has enjoyed a varied career working in Publishing, Internet Retail, Inward Investment, Development and Business Support & Training. Ms Mawson shared with the pupils the benefits of each career and requirements of each of these area. She then educated the pupils about the vast array of career opportunities available within the Business field including Marketing, Hospitality, Construction, Project Management, Digital Content Writer, Consumer Dynamics Analyst, Public Relations Coordinator, Product Development and Social Media.
Ms Mawson introduced the pupils to two superb websites:
Go Construct - https://www.goconstruct.org/learn-about-construction/find-the-role-for-you
Hospitality Guild - http://www.hospitalityguild.co.uk/A-Career-in-Hospitality/Career-Map
These extremely useful websites allows pupils to explore the various careers paths that can lead to managerial positions.
Our thanks to Ms Mawson for her time and superb advice.