Contact us for admissions to Years 7 and 12 in September 2016.
Please contact Mrs Cogan, the Headteacher, on 0151 644 8282 or by using the contact form under the School drop down above.
We have been a Grammar School educating girls aged 11-19 since 1931 and now have just over 1,000 pupils, 300 of them in the sixth form. In August 2011 we became an Academy.
Our most recent OFSTED report judged us to be an outstanding school in all areas. Ofsted inspectors commented:
“Students’ personal development is outstanding. During their time at the school girls develop into confident, caring and responsible young adults who are very well prepared for the next stage in education and the world of work.”
“Standards are very high and students make excellent progress.”
“Students’ achievement is excellent as a result of outstanding teaching.”
“Behaviour is exemplary and attitudes towards learning are excellent.”
“Relationships throughout the school are outstanding and there is an atmosphere of mutual respect where achievements, both academic and personal, are celebrated.” Continue reading →
The Drama Department were delighted to welcome Lauren Sanderson from LIPA to work with 9B on Wednesday afternoon. Lauren will be working with the girls for the next few weeks on a project exploring women in history, which will result in an exciting performance exhibition. The girls really enjoyed their first session exploring a female Chinese warrior.
Thanks to all the parents and students who can to the Sixth Form Open Evening: it was great to see you all. If you were unable to attend or would like more information, please contact the school using the “contact us” link on the homepage.
Applications are open, and you can access the application form on the “school” header on the homepage or by clicking on this link:
The year 7s and year 8s all donned their Santa Claus outfits, Christmas jumpers and hats to complete a charity Santa dash on the 15th December. Every girl in Year 7 and 8 completed the run in high spirits; singing Christmas songs along the way. The year 7s were running for Claire House and the year 8s for Just Care and the Eastham day centre. Mrs Joplin and Mrs Rigby are extremely proud of everyone who took part and would like to thank you for all your efforts this year and may the charity work still continue at the same pace in 2016. Merry Christmas everyone
Year 7 have been developing their vocal skills in Drama this half term, and have written and produced their own Radio Plays with a Christmas theme. Why not have a listen to get you in the Christmas mood?
A Christmas Miracle by Yioula Ellina, Mia Jones. Lydia Povall, Olicia Cushion, Amelia Groom, Niamh McCarten, Megan Purnell – 7H. ‘ A little girl makes a very big wish for Christmas- will she get what she wants?’
The Night Before Christmas by Hollie Veitch, Katie Shallcross, Isabelle Biglowe, Gracie Quinn, Neena West- 7H. ‘A mysterious stranger steals Santa’s magic dust- will Christmas be ruined?’
The Geography Department held its annual Blue Peter Appeal competition this week and the winners were the team from 8JB – Chloe Horton, Leah Heartin, Gabrielle Parkinson, Chantelle Holsgrove and Erin Tasker – who gave an excellent presentation in support of WaterAid.
The judges were really impressed by the high standard of all the presentations, which were all imaginative, well planned and confidently delivered; the videos and other visual aids the girls had created were particularly engaging.
The Geography Department would like to say thank you to our 3 judges – Mrs. Mahony, Ms Rodgers and Mr. Loveland – and a big WELL DONE to every girl in year 8; the entire year group took part presentations, with each form voting for a winner to represent them in the competition. Special congratulations to our winners!
Congratulations to our u14 Wirral Schools Volleyball Champions!! They were undefeated throughout their tournament and played fantastic Volleyball! Kiara Wild, Lauren Jones, Lara Buckle & Ellie D’Arcy!!