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Students to return to Alsop on Wednesday 4th September.
Year 7 students are to return at 8:45 and report to the Assembly Hall.
Year 12 students are to return at 8:45 and report to MAD block performance studio.
All other year groups are to be in school at 11:00 and go to their form room. There will be posters around the school directing students to their form rooms, especially those who have a new form tutor.
School will finish as usual at 3:05.
On Thursday all students are to be in school for 8:45.
Alsop High School has been helping our children ‘Achieve Excellence’ for over 100 years and we are incredibly proud of the opportunities we provide our students and families. It is our privilege to educate the children in our school and our ambition is that all students will possess the knowledge, experiences and behaviours required to succeed in modern Britain. Genuine partnership underpins our work at Alsop and we enjoy excellent relationships with parents and carers and the wider community of North Liverpool.
At Alsop we have a culture of success with an unwavering focus on academic outcomes, impeccable behaviour and the highest of expectations for our students and the contribution they can go on to make to our world. This commitment to developing tolerant and emotionally mature individuals is supported by a balanced and rich curriculum which allows all students to broaden their knowledge and horizons. We do not allow challenges to become excuses at Alsop High School and therefore we encourage every student to recognise the responsibility they have to their own learning and that of their peers which is why we expect the very best behaviour at all times from all students. Colleagues, both teaching and non-teaching, are dedicated professionals who work tirelessly to help all students achieve, and I am proud to lead such a committed staff body. Staff and students enjoy their learning and ours is an inclusive and happy school characterised by warm and caring relationships.
Our moral purpose underpins all we do at Alsop High School and therefore we strive to ensure our culture is one where being knowledgeable and succeeding is seen as a noble and shared endeavour. This vision will never be compromised at Alsop as only by working together, demanding the best of ourselves and supporting one another in times of success and challenge will we achieve our aim of ensuring every student goes on to university, an apprenticeship or a meaningful alternative.
Of course, it is impossible to convey all of the wonderful elements of our school in this short introduction so I encourage you to explore the website more widely -- and visits to the school are very much welcomed. Please contact us to arrange a mutually convenient time and date.
At Alsop High School we believe that all children, with the right support and opportunities, can achieve excellence and it is their life chances and well-being which, ultimately, is at the heart of all that we do.
Alsop High School
Hundreds gather for Alsop Centenary Weekend
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