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News from the Headteacher
Dear Parents / Carers
What an amazing year we have just had with our ‘Year of Celebration’ acknowledging the opening of our outstanding new college site.
Exam PreparationBeing fully prepared is the key to exam success. At Archbishop Beck we have put together an exam support booklet which contains lots of information for students on accessing Independent learning resources, planning study time, knowing how to revise, how to answer exam questions and how to avoid stress. Students will be taking part in a series of exam preparation workshops over the course of the year to make sure that they make best use of the resources they are given. For further information please contact Mr Begusch in school.
Exam Preparation Support Pack
Students Remember the Holocaust
As part of the History Departments work with the UK based charity, ‘The Anne Frank Trust’, four Year 9 students were invited to attend the Holocaust Memorial Service.
Sixth Form Open Evening
On Thursday 28th January 2016, the college held its Sixth Form Open Evening.
Learning Outside the Classroom
The college PSHE programme recently saw Year 8 students take part in a special programme aimed at "DRUG AWARENESS."
'A fantastic group of students' is the typical feedback we get when Archbishop Beck students take part in external extra-curricular activities.
A Life of Action
On Thursday 14th January, Paul Doherty, Head Boy and Maddie Kinsella, Head Girl, represented the College at the 2016 Roscoe Lecture on Eleanor Rathbone.
Year 7 Girls Football
Congratulations to the year 7 girls football team who won the LSSP football tournament.
Congratulations to the following athletes who were selected to represent the College at Indoor Athletics at Everton Park Sports Centre on Wednesday 13th January.
An Interview with Emma Haughton
I left the College in 2009, joining from Blessed Sacrament Primary School...
Chloe Murphy Visits College
Former student Chloe Murphy (2004-2011) returned to the College recently to meet with Mr Dickinson, her former teachers and to tour our fabulous new campus.
On the 14th December 2015 The Dance Academy and Advanced Scholarship wowed the audience at the show ‘Smile its Christmas’ held at St Helens Theatre Royal.
The Christmas Tale of Camden Town!
The Performing Arts Department of the College presented their version of the all-time Charles Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol on Tuesday 15th December 2015.
University of Liverpool Visit
The University of Liverpool hosted a Year 8 Campus Visit Day on Wednesday 2nd December.
Introducing Madelaine Kinsella
How do you see your role as Head Girl of the college?
Introducing Paul Doherty
How do you see your role as Head Boy of the college?