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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.
Our latest inspection highlighted our many strengths, including how we are
“increasingly successful in driving improvements” (Ofsted 2015).
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
This week we held a fabulous fashion show to showcase the work from our students studying GCSE textiles and Level 3 Fashion and Clothing
The fashion show included a competition run with other local schools. Students from Year 7, 8 and 9 also produced some stunning garments....
On Friday 2
nd December Alsop hosted The Lost and Found Tour . This tour saw five debut authors of Young Adult Fiction visiting our school and speaking about their books and writing. Their visit to Alsop High School was their only planned school visit in the North of England....
Our Pastoral Support Mentor, Mrs Duckworth-Hoey, would like to say a big ' Thank You! ' to all of the parents, staff and students who gave their kind donations during Alsop's Macmillan Coffee Morning. The event raised £628.00 . A Macmillan nurse was...
Alsop High School win the prestigious Educate “WOW” Award
Alsop High School has won a regional educational award for their outstanding work to foster cohesion and develop pride in the wider community of North Liverpool. The Hope 2016 initiative won the prestigious “
This week Alsop welcomed Marc Levy, NW External Affairs Manager of the Jewish Leadership Council.
He is pictured standing alongside one of the two specially commissioned Holocaust Memorials which are situated in the Jamieson Building.
Marc met with Peter Bull, Co-ordinator...
This week four students from Alsop High School joined 200 students from schools across Liverpool and the North West on a visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland.
Mrs October Wright, Assistant Head and a member of the Liverpool Jewish community accompanied...