Community is central to our school philosophy, whether that means within the school community or our local area, our students are actively involved. Our relationship with the wider community is outstanding and it continues to develop. We are passionate about empowering young people to take their place as responsible citizens in both their local and wider community.

We understand the essential need for outstanding Home-School links, to guarantee student success. We encourage parents to become part of our school community and welcome collaboration and feedback. Every student has the minimum of an annual formal Parents’ Evening, giving parents and carers the opportunity to meet with subject teachers to discuss progress and attainment and a Review Day, where an appointment is provided to discuss progress with the form tutor. There are also a plethora of calendared events throughout the year to support and educate parents on school matters.

Our School Council is elected by the students and contains representatives from all form classes. It is their duty to represent the voice of the students, with their opinions being sought in a number of decision making processes with regards to the school community.

We encourage our students to explore the challenges faced by those less fortunate in society and as a result have raised thousands of pounds for local, national and international charities including; Zoe’s Place, Clatterbridge Hospital and Oxfam. We also regularly support North Liverpool Food Bank; The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, Volunteering Certificate and Sports Leader Award are all offered to students encouraging social skill, confidence and teamwork.