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“We are delighted to be shortlisted for these Educate awards. Alsop staff and students should be proud that our school has gained recognition for being a beacon of excellence. This year Alsop has achieved record results at “A” level and 125 students have progressed on to University and Higher Education.”
“We’re delighted to reveal the shortlisted schools ahead of the 2017 Educate Awards ceremony. With more entries than ever before, our judges found it so challenging to put together the final shortlists for each category.
“It was fantastic to see so many schools enter and put their projects forward. The entries this year have been outstanding so thank you to each and every school and best of luck to all those shortlisted.”
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.
J Mangan - Headteacher
We were privileged to welcome Mr Alastair Machray, Editor of the Liverpool Echo, as our Inspirational Speaker at our Awards Evening.
Mr Machray told a packed hall that in life young people should aim to “make a difference.”
Alastair was very complimentary about Alsop. He...
This week Alsop welcomed Margaret Aspinall and Bill Bygroves to our Lunch Club. They attended as part of the Liverpool Football Club’s Red Neighbours initiative. Mrs Aspinall spoke about her work with the Hillsborough Family Support Group and the recent report written by The...
This month marks the 10 th Anniversary of the Older Residents Lunch Club, which meets every week at the Alsop High School, Walton.
The initiative, established in 2007, enables the school to reach out to residents in the wider community and break down barriers between Alsop...
Year Seven “Reconnect With Nature” at Knowsley Safari Park
This week a further visit was arranged to Komaru and Knowsley Safari Park. The rain and wind had absolutely no effect on the fabulous young people (and teachers) who spent the morning and afternoon tramping...
This week’s cooking club has been all about elegance. Students made the classic dish of Chicken à la King. This comforting dish is made from a thick and creamy sauce that's perfect over crisp puff pastry vol-au-vents.
A zingy Lemon Posset dessert was served with Amoretti...
Alastair Machray has accepted our invitation to be our Inspirational Speaker at our Awards Evening, on 9th November 2017. Here we ask him a few questions about his life and role as Editor of the Liverpool Echo.
What did the world look like during your school days?