Open Events for Year 7 2020

We are holding two open events for families considering Liverpool College as one of their preferences for Year 7 in September 2020.

The first one of these is Wednesday 19th June from 4pm - 6pm and the second one will be Saturday 14th September 2019 (9.30am - 12 noon). Please Click here for further details. There is no need to book a place but if you have any questions please contact  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

At each of the open events you will have the chance to hear a presentation from the Principal and to look round the various departments. It is a large campus so you should allow at least an hour. We look forward to meeting you on one of these dates. 


Madrid Football Development Tour

A week before the Champions League Final in Madrid, 67 pupils from Liverpool College travelled to the Spanish capital on a Football Development Tour. This exciting trip enabled many pupils to fulfil their childhood dreams by spending four training sessions at the first team training ground of Real Madrid. These four ninety minute training sessions in glorious sunshine consisted of the pupils being given a number of high intensity drills from the academy coaches of Real Madrid.

Whilst in Madrid, the pupils played a number of matches versus local opposition, in which the College won two and drew two matches. The pupils also visited the stadiums of giants Real Madrid and 2019 Champions League Final hosts Atletico Madrid.

The trip will certainly live long in the memory of the young people of Liverpool College.

Mr Cook


British Physics Olympiad Year 10 Challenge

Congratulations to the following pupils who have won awards in the recent national Physics Olympiad Year 10 Challenge:

Gold Award – Yat Hong W
Silver Award – Melissa C, Jan M, Alexander R, Nicolaas S
Bronze Award – Eric D, Ross F, Zara W, Jonny L, Kate B, Matthew G, Samia H

This is a great achievement and demonstrates their commitment at school, as well as their broader knowledge of physics beyond the GCSE curriculum.



Fundraising Triumph!

Congratulations to Mr Farnan whose inspiring Chapel talks and running fundraising this term has raised a fantastic £1347 for the Alzheimer’s Society.

In loving memory of his grandfather, Bud, who battled with Vascular Dementia, Mr Farnan decided to sign up for the Liverpool Rock and Roll Half Marathon raising over £670 in sponsorship for the Alzheimer’s Society. He also recruited the help and support of pupils by raising money through this half term’s house competition “Guess the sweets to win the jar of treats”. Mr Farnan also raised awareness of Alzheimer’s and the work of the Alzheimer’s Society through a series of Chapel talks.

Congratulations to Jack J in Year 9 Selwyn’s who won the sweets competition with his guess of 335 sweets and a special thank you to Emily (Y9 Selwyn’s) for her remarkably generous donation and to all the pupils who helped raise a further £679 for the Alzheimer’s Society over the past few weeks.

If you would like to support Mr Farnan and the work of the Alzheimer’s Society, you can make a donation here:

You can also read more about Mr Farnan’s fundraising efforts in the latest edition of the College Column here.


Walk to School Protest

Thank you to everyone who supported and took part in the Prep School Walk to School Protest, in support of Walk to School Week.

The pupils made some fantastic banners, partnered with poignant chants to promote walking to school, the park and stride initiative and keeping our zigzags clear. With the musical help of Mr Ainscough, the pupils even performed an original song, which really helped get the message across. There was even a guest appearance from the Walk to School mascot, Strider.

Already, there has been a massive reduction in the number of cars parking so close to school. Please continue to promote and enforce the important message underpinning our protest and help to keep our pupils, and our school, safe.

Miss Brown


Boarders Go Ape!

Last weekend a group of boarders tested their fearlessness as they swung through trees, clung to cargo nets and bravely zipped down wires at the Delamere Forest branch (yes, branch!) of the Go Ape outdoor pursuits challenge course.

Vertigo and balance issues notwithstanding, the boys (yes, the girls were too busy revising - they said!), negotiated the testing obstacle course with determination and gusto over 3 hours before returning to Liverpool successful conquerors of Cheshire!

Mrs Nolan (Head of Boarding)


College Column Published

You can download the latest edition of the Middle School magazine, the College Column, here. The magazine is jam-packed with puzzles, quizzes, and reviews as well as the House Competition league table.