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During 2019, Alsop High School will celebrate its 100th anniversary of delivering quality educational opportunities for young people in North Liverpool. We are proud of the achievements of successive generations of students and the impact they have had in Liverpool and beyond.
During our centenary year, we aim to organise a number of activities, social events and celebrations. We would like to invite all past students, staff members, governors, community members, parents and anyone who has been through our doors to join us during our year of celebration.
We are going to start by creating a list of all past students by decade.
We intend to publish the list of former students and staff on the school website.
Please get in touch by filling in the form below and telling us when you were a student at Alsop High School.
By completing the form below you will give permission for your name to appear on the Alsop website and you would like your name added to the list.
If you do not want your name on the website, but would like to be informed about planned events please indicate on the form.
|1967-1974||Kenneth Fiddler||Nickname was 'Fid'.|
|1970-1977||Peter Fay||Great school and teaching staff. Remember running the school discos in 1976/77.|
|1975-1980||Steve Blundell||All boys when i was there joined girls as i left. Boooooo.|
|1982-1988||Scott Garrity||I attended when there was lower and upper site. Went to France with Shober and co, taught English by Billie Williams and Geog by Mrs Seddon. I went on to become a Geog teacher and now I am a Headteacher in Derbyshire. I still have a season ticket for LFC though! Alsop will always be a big part of my past, Graham Goll who I sat next to in class is still my best friend!|
|1985-1990||Samantha Sumner nee Campbell||My year was the first year to mix the school|
|1986-1991||Sharon Cliffe||I'd love to see Mr Showber.|
|1987-1994||Paula Croucher||Loved this school. Especially 6th form best 2 years of my school life.|
|1990-1995||Paul Buckley||3 generations attended this school - My dad, myself and my daughter..|
|1991-1996||Claire Wright(nee Cunningham)|
|1993-2000||Ei Stackhouse (Lewis)|
|1993-1998||Adele Williams||1993 l think - Mr Trafford Form. What a great idea , happy to help out with anything that's needed.|
|1995-2002||Andrea Cubbon (was Lunt)|
|1998-2006||Marc Cowpland||It would be great to be a part of this celebration of the school|
|1998-2003||Joanne Jacobson||I left alsop in 1998 I loved it there.|
You can read a centenary message from Rt. Rev Paul Bayes, Bishop of Liverpool here.
You can read a centenary message from Scott Garrity ex student here.
You can read a centenary message from Lawrence Kenwright ex student here.
|1977 - 2011||Phil Jamieson O.B.E||I had the pleasure and privilege of working at Alsop between 1972 and 2011, the last fourteen years of which, were spent as Headteacher. I met many wonderful people – students, staff, parents, governors and other members of the local community, and have been fortunate enough to remain in touch with a number of them. It is a source of great pride to meet former students of the school who speak so highly about their experiences and who have achieved so much in their chosen career.
I witnessed many changes at Alsop over the years and saw it develop into a very successful school, providing a true comprehensive system of education and giving students a wide variety of opportunity. The new facilities compliment the more traditional surroundings to provide the background for a fantastic learning environment, catering for students of all abilities.
I am fully aware of its historic past and can recall the days of it being an outstanding grammar school serving the north end of the city. There are still many outstanding features within the school in its present day, and indeed it is the largest school in the city. I know the school can look forward to the future with confidence and continue to provide the best possible education for its students. Here’s to the next 100 years !!!
|1970-1977||Ian McCulloch(Echo and the Bunnymen)||