Clubs News

Public Speaking team progress to regional finals

An excellent performance was given by the pupils at the Merseyside round of the English Speaking Union competition...

Public Speaking and Debating success

Congratulations to our two teams who progress to the next round of the Mace Debating and the ESU Public Speaking Competitions...

Mrs Angwin celebrates with DofE

Our Duke of Edinburgh's Award leader visited Buckingham Palace to attend a celebration for the 60th Anniversary of the scheme...

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College Council

The College Council takes great pride in a fantastic group of pupils that all work together to convey the opinions and feedback of their peers and to provide ideas about the natural areas of growth and improvement which can be attained in the College community.

Under an annually appointed Chairman, the Council carefully discusses any ideas a pupil may submit which may well improve the life of the College for all, staff and pupil alike.

At the start of every academic year a form class elects its own representative. A year representative is selected out of the respective form representatives by the Chairman. Form representatives feed back ideas that their peers may have to the Council, whereas year representatives play the role of helping the Chairman to coordinate the many views and then decide which ones ought to be submitted to the Principal for further consideration.

Being a member of the Council is a considered a privilege, with members playing a wider political role outside of the College within the Liverpool Schools’ Parliament. However these additional responsibilities never allow members to deviate from their task at hand, which is to serve the needs of the pupils they represent. The current Chairman of the College Council for the academic year 2016-2017 is Julia Manning.

The Council eagerly looks to the future and all are welcome to stand for election!