New Job Opportunities at Liverpool College

Liverpool College encourages and welcomes applications for all job vacancies. We are currently advertising several jobs, both teaching and operational, including:

- Pre KS3 Teacher

- Design Technology Technician

- Sports Coordinator/Cover Supervisor

- Finance and Operations Administrator 

- HR Officer

Please click HERE for further details. If you are interested in any of the roles please contact us on 0151 724 4000.


Register your interest in Sixth Form here...

We were delighted to welcome over 200 visitors to our Sixth Form Open Evening on 8th November.  If you were unable to attend there will be more opportunities to visit after your GCSE exams but in the meantime please look at the information on our website HERE. The information includes a copy of the Head of Sixth Form's presentation and a link to register your interest in our Sixth Form. 


Geographers in North Wales

The Chapter 13 geography students enjoyed a residential visit to North Wales in support of their curriculum and in preparation for their own NEA projects.
The group visited Llandudno to carry out human geography data collection methods and took walks to Aber Falls and beautiful Newborough beach on Anglesey.
The students were a pleasure to spend time with and it was great to see them appreciating the well-being benefits of being out in the fresh air.
Mr N Griffith (Head of Sixth Form)


Boarding Orchard!

In July 2023, Liverpool College joined the Boarding Schools’ Association (BSA) initiative ‘Boarding Orchard’.

During the summer term, our enthusiastic boarders participated in the planting of an apple tree on the grounds of Beechlands House, under the guidance of our Principal Mr Broekman.

A lovely occasion which brought many members of the school together alongside our board of governors - as Liverpool College becomes the latest member of the Boarding Schools’ Association (BSA) initiative. The scheme was launched by the BSA in 2014 with the aim to link boarding schools across the country together as each school plants fruit trees on their grounds. The network of trees symbolises the ‘tree of knowledge’ and instils valuable lessons of sustainability and care for the natural world in the boarders.

In a heart-warming display every boarder and member of the boarding staff got their hands dirty and participated in the planting of the tree, which is now situated in a lovely patch on Beechlands’ grounds alongside other trees planted by students in past years

We are looking forward to watching it blossom alongside generations of boarders as they take on the journey of life.

Mrs E Latham (Head of Boarding)


GCSE Results 2023

Congratulations to this year’s GCSE students who are celebrating a fantastic set of results, both individually and collectively. The class of 2023 smashed national figures on attainment and achieved well over a third of a grade higher than pupils in other schools nationally.

Particular congratulations go to the individual successes, especially to Hannah S who achieved an outstanding 11 grade 9s, and also to Nia M and Olivia C who averaged a grade 9 over their 10 GCSE subjects. A fantastic total of 20 pupils averaged a grade 8+ over their 9 or 10 GCSE subjects.

Topping the value added, an indication of those pupils who have made the most progress since joining the senior phase, were Nia M, Ebony R, Clara B, Hannah S and Al-Zahraa A, with 12 pupils attaining an average of over two grades higher than expected.

This is a cohort who have spent much of the senior phase schooling under the shadow of the pandemic so particular congratulations to them for their efforts and fortitude. These results meant that many pupils are able to progress into the next phase of their education at an institution of their choice, with over 70% choosing to remain at Liverpool College to join our thriving and expanding Sixth Form cohort for September 2023.  We wish all our GCSE pupils of 2023 well for their future successes.

Mrs A Haynes
(Vice Principal)


Results Day 2023

The class of 2023 have been celebrating some fantastic A-level and BTEC grades today and we congratulate the whole cohort on their efforts.
Head Boy Ethan led the way with 4 grade A*s and was closely followed by Amelia Y, Charlie and Aleks who all gained 3 grade A*s.
A total of 21 students achieved at least a 3 grade A average score and are off to some exciting destinations next month.
All six of our students who applied for medicine, dental surgery and veterinary medicine have secured their places along with a vast range of university courses from accounting to theoretical physics.
Congratulations to the students who topped the list of 'value added' achievements - Kristiano, Libby, Charlie, Jack, Levent, Adam, Kian, Kabir, Aleks and Joe have all worked very hard and have a bright future ahead of them.
This is a cohort who suffered a loss of schooling during the pandemic and did not sit formal exams so their results are especially pleasing in light of these challenges.
The cohort will now celebrate with a Prom event next week and wish each and every one of them a happy, healthy and successful future.
Mr N Griffith
Head of Sixth Form


Boarders' Charity Fundraising for Cancer Research

Every May, Cancer Research host their 100 Miles in May challenge to raise money for life-saving cancer research. 
Our challenge is to walk 100 miles each, whether that's 3.3 miles a day or a long walk on the weekend (something that our weekend boarders are keen on).          
Our fundraising goal is to reach £100 (£1 for each mile).
We are asking our boarders to aim for 7,550 steps per day (52,850 weekly) and we will be keeping track of everyone's progress. As they reach different milestones, they will receive badges to commemorate their achievements.
Mrs Latham (Head of Boarding)