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I would like to offer you a very warm welcome to Alsop High School. Situated at the heart of the community, Alsop nurtures students along a successful pathway to personal and academic achievement.
At Alsop we are devoted to providing all of our aspiring students with an excellent education, one that broadens their minds and maximises their life chances for the future.
We are committed to The Alsop Way. Based upon the three pillars of Knowledge, Respect and Opportunity, we believe students are best served in an environment where they can achieve academically, by being challenged and enlightened along the way. They are equipped with the appropriate behaviours needed to succeed in modern Britain.
We expect students to be prepared, to be kind, to be positive, thoughtful and tolerant. Furthermore, we expect students to be fully committed to their studies. These attributes will help our students make such a positive impression wherever they go.
Our team of accomplished teachers and support staff work tirelessly to enthuse and educate in order to make a real difference to their lives. Our rich, diverse and dynamic curriculum aims to transform our students into confident, mature and resilient learners.
We look forward to working with students, and their families, to pursue the highest of educational standards, and celebrate success at every opportunity.
Chris Wilson Headteacher
On 26th February a number of our A Level Film Studies students spent the day gaining hands-on experience of working on a film shoot, supporting visitors from Opus Media in shooting a short promotional film for teacher recruitment agency SupplyWell. As well as acting as extras in...
Students from north Liverpool primary schools visit Alsop High School to hear award-winning children’s author. Frank Cottrell Boyce speaks about his passion for both reading and writing. Alsop High School held a special event for students from partner primary schools to...
Dan Carden MP meets with
students at Alsop High School
On Friday 6th March, Mr Dan Carden, MP for Liverpool Walton, visited Alsop High School as part of their RESPECT 2020 initiative. Mr Carden also met students informally, for a cup of tea to establish the issues and...
This week staff and students at Alsop High School will be remembering a group of twelve Italian teachers who visited the school during July 2017. The visit was organised by Mrs Franca Gambari and the AIMC, an Italian teacher organisation. The teachers visited Alsop and Liverpool...
at Alsop High School
Alsop High School has received an award of £9900 from the National Lottery Awards for All to engage with families and local residents. The award will fund a twelve month Respect 2020 initiative, offering a range of...