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We would like to extend a warm welcome to Alsop High School and hope you enjoy browsing our website. It provides a comprehensive guide to the school, the way we work and how we serve the educational needs of our local community.
At Alsop, we are able to offer a diverse curriculum ensuring that the individual needs of all students are met. We are a school of first choice and our aim is to provide a high quality education for all our students by offering first class facilities that support outstanding learning and teaching.
This has been recognised by the numerous awards we have received in recent years celebrating our success and the success of our students. We constantly strive to improve our standards further; developing strategies and initiatives to provide support and guidance, leading to the achievement of students of all abilities.
Our curriculum design guarantees our students receive the individualised education they deserve and our continual strive for excellence means nothing but the best will do. We want our students to be successful and so work to create a partnership with parents, as by working together, our students will benefit and flourish.
Mr J Mangan
Alsop High School began the New Year with a story. Alsop English teacher and children’s author Sally-Anne Tapia-Bowes spoke on Radio Merseyside and introduced readers to her latest book ‘The Tiger who Slept on the Stairs.’ The book illustrated by Alsop English teacher, Ms...
On Tuesday 12th December, we welcomed older members of our community for our annual Inter-generational Christmas Party.
This was a fabulous afternoon organised by members of our Sixth Form. Students prepared and shared festive food and drink. Our guests listened to a...
“Liverpool Candle of HOPE” begins to tour Italian schools as a symbol of the partnership emerging between Italian schools, Alsop High School and their partner primary schools.
During the summer a group of twelve Italian teachers visited Alsop to learn more about the award...
Alsop students have responded generously to an appeal to help homeless and vulnerable people.
th Form Students studying Health and Social Care have collected toiletries, tinned food, water, blankets and clothing to give out to people living on the streets of Liverpool...
There is a measles outbreak in Liverpool affecting unvaccinated children. Measles ishighly infectious. It can cause serious illness and can sometimes be fatal. Vaccinationwith 2 doses of MMR is the only way to protect children and young people.
The first MMR vaccine is given...
The Royal Marines have visited Alsop and hosted an interactive talk and workshop.
Colour Sergeant Mike Beaton and his colleagues facilitated two workshops with students from Year 9 and 11.
The workshops covered healthy eating, the importance of a balanced diet and why...