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Returning to the College in September?

I’m sure you are all thinking about your children returning to the College in September.

The College staff are currently finalising details for the return of students from the start of term, in September.

I will provide full details for the re-opening at the start of week commencing, 24th August, 2020.

It is our intention that all students will be back in the College full time from Tuesday, 8th September.

Tuesday, 1st and Wednesday, 2nd September, will be Inset Days to prepare the College to open.

Thursday, 3rd, Friday, 4th and Monday, 7th September will be a phased start for students with different year groups in each day.

I thank you for your patience as we plan the opening of the College site safely for all staff and students, and following government guidelines.

Please keep checking the College website for updates.

Best wishes and stay safe
Paul Dickinson

Year 6-7 Transition

Year 6! Joining us in September?

Follow the link to find out more about our transition information.

Year 6 Transition Students Only - Uniform Shop Opening Times Now Available.

Message for all Year 7, 8, 9 students

I hope that this message finds you and your family safe and well.

As you are aware, recent Government advice is that students in years 7, 8 and 9 are unlikely to back in school before the summer. With this in mind, teachers will continue to set work for your child to complete at home. This can be accessed via google classroom for all subjects with the exception of maths which is set via Maths Watch and science via Kerboodle. Teachers are tracking the work completed and set new work regularly.

We are aiming to telephone all families over the next few weeks to check that everything is well and to offer any support that you may need. However, in the meantime if we can offer any support with accessing the work or any personal issue please do not hesitate to contact the College via and your message will be passed to your child's Pastoral team straight away and we can get back to you.

Thank you for your continued support. Mrs Daniels, Assistant Headteacher

End of Year Arrangements
Classroom Equipment

Year 10 Re-Opening Meetings

Re-Opening Meetings

Information for Year 11

Information for Year 11

Results Day Information

Sixth Form Newsletter

Dear Parent, Carer and Student

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this extremely challenging period.

Please see attached a copy of the June 2020 sixth form newsletter. The newsletter contains vital updates for all year 11, 12 and 13 students as well as parents and carers.

Archbishop Beck Catholic College Sixth Form continues to be guided by the latest LA/DfE guidance so please refer to the college website for the latest updates. Plans are in place to begin meetings with all year 12 students once guidance allows. Meeting details will be communicated via email.

We look forward to seeing you all very soon. Take care.

The Sixth Form Team

Year Group Study

Whilst your child is away from the College it is important that they continue their studies.

Please click on the link below for your child's year group to find work.

Year 7   |   Year 8   |   Year 9   |   Year 10   |   Year 11   |   Year 12   |   Year 13

Safeguarding Health and Wellbeing

Safeguarding Key Information and Resources

News from the Headteacher

Dear parents / carers

It has been an extraordinary year for our College community.

A Level Results Day

On Thursday 13th August, Archbishop Beck Sixth Form students received their A Level exam results.

Ellie Callagher

I tend to fit a lot into a typical day, I will get up around 6am go the gym before I start work.

Archbishop Beck Reads!

During the summer why not escape to a different world and develop your imagination!

Poetry Ambassador

College Poetry Ambassador, does it again!

Stewart Allen

I originally wanted to be a pilot and then later a doctor.

James Zammit-Garcia

I get up in the morning and drop my little boy (Alex, 4 years old) off at nursery.

Kerry Gibbons

I get up in the morning and drop my little boy (Alex, 4 years old) off at nursery.

School Based Immunisations – Archbishop Beck Catholic College

We hope this letter finds you and your family well.

Parent / Carer Virtual ASD Training Sessions

The ASD Training Team Virtual Drop-in Sessions.

Risk Assessment

Assessment of Risk for: Model Protection from transmission of Covid-19 during pandemic including all school activities.

Let's Explore Some More

If you are currently in years 9-11, we would like to invite you to participate in some of these online sessions.

National School Sport Week

National School Sport Week at Home: Archbishop Beck backs campaign to ensure no child misses out on sports day.

Catching up Erin Brown

"I work 8:30-4:30 at the Royal Hospital in the Business HR department."

NHS Hero - Emily Pilkington

"What does a typical day look like to you?" - "Starting the day with a coffee..."

NHS Tribute - Let It Be

Our Performing Arts Department present "Let It Be" for our wonderful key workers.

Liverpool Position on School Re-openings

Letter from Steve Reddy, Director, Children & Young People's Service.

Mental Health Support

The Liverpool CAMHS Partnership continues to adapt as COVID-19 impacts our everyday lives.

Archies Artists

Well done to all our fantastic artists at Archbishop Beck for producing some wonderful artwork.

LSSP Virtual Competitions

Try the "Sidestep Challenge"...

Making Links - School Challenge

At this difficult time for everyone it is lovely to hear good news as one of our students.

Careers - Activities and Resources

There are many activities and resources that are outlined in a timetable that is produced by Edge Hill University.

Pre-Sixth Form Projects - Year 11 Applicants

All sixth form subjects will be setting a pre-Sixth Form project.

Liverpool City Council - Financial Support

This directory provides information and contact details for Services across Liverpool City Council

Parenting through Covid 19

Parenting Through Covid 19 – One city. One Effort.

Liverpool City Council - Urgent Needs Fund

For people who are currently experiencing hardship.

Child Criminal Exploitation

Please read and watch the following resource booklet and video clips.

Free School Meals

The Department for Education will be providing a voucher to the value of £15 each week.

Mental Wellbeing: Secondary

Useful websites for parents and carers.

Online Safety

Please read the following important advice for Parents from Merseyside Police.

Mind Healthy at Home

Over the next few weeks we will all experience extra pressures that will affect how we think and feel.

Coronavirus Letter 20-03-20

Following the government announcement that all schools should close from Friday, 20th March, 2020.
Coronavirus Letter
Coronavirus Year 11, 12 & 13


Coronavirus: How to help kids cope with life without school.

Sixth Form Prospectus

Take a look at our online Sixth Form Prospectus. Packed with information about life in our Sixth Form.

Sixth Form - Make an Application

You can apply direct by completing our Application Form and return it to Carolyn Gibson in our Sixth Form Office

Archbishop Beck Catholic College Awards

  • European Union Social Fund
  • Youth Sport Trust
  • Sportsmark Award
  • Sportsmark England
  • Financial Management Standard in Schools
  • School Achievement Award
  • Healthy Schools
  • Arts Council England
  • Creative Partnerships
  • Sports Colleges
  • The Basic Skills Agency Quality Mark
  • School Games Silver 2018/19

Polite Notice to all Visitors, Staff, Students, Parents & Carers

Could I request that all parents/carers who collect and drop off their child from the College do not use the car parking facilities of the local retail stores, for example; The Bed Factory, Fireplace Warehouse & surrounding outlets.
Thank you for your co-operation

Vehicles of any description - this includes cars, bicycles & scooters are stored on the college premises at the owner's risk.
The college will not be held responsible for any loss or damage.