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It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of Mrs Marilyn Fielding.
Mal had served as Chair of Governors at Alsop High School for over 30 years. She retired in October 2020. She was greatly respected here in school and the wider community.
Marilyn also served as a local councillor for County Ward (1991 - 2012) and she was a Cabinet Member of Liverpool City Council.
We all hold Marilyn’s husband, Cliff, and her children in our thoughts and prayers at this time.
Further details will follow about how Alsop will commemorate the life of a much loved lady who dedicated a substantial part of her life to our school.
Rest Eternal Mal
In common with all other Liverpool schools, we have seen a significant increase in the reporting of positive coronavirus tests amongst our students.
As we adhere strictly to the latest Department of Education and Public Health advice this has led to a number of our students having to self isolate. We would like to stress to all students and families in this situation that work should be accessed through their student teams account.
If you experience any difficulty in accessing work, or we can help in other way, please contact us at school as soon as possible at:- E: email@example.com or T: 0151 475 0519
If at any time during this self-isolation period your child develops COVID-19 symptoms, you should follow the Government’s latest guidance found here:
and if you had not done so already, request a COVID-19 test by visiting:
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19... or calling 119.
If your child tests positive for COVID-19 during this time of isolation you must inform school at the earliest opportunity. This will enable us to work with the Health Protection Team to trace other people they have come into contact with and advise them to take the necessary precautions and self-isolate. Rest assured, we will not share any personal or confidential information about your child with staff or parents/carers.
Thank you for your continued support and if you have any concerns or queries, do not hesitate to contact us as we are here to support you and your child.
We 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.
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