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Year 7 Intake 2021 College Virtual Tour

This year we are unable to host our informative, engaging and exciting Open Evening due to current Covid-19 restrictions.

Please click on the link below to see a virtual tour of our outstanding college and a typical day at Archbishop Beck Catholic College.

We are hoping to visit our local primary schools in the week beginning 28th of September.

Application packs will be delivered to many local primary school or you may click on the Admissions tab (above) to access the same information.

Alternatively, you can collect an application pack from our reception.

PLEASE NOTE all applicants must complete the College supplementary form and return to the College, addressed to Mrs. Ellen Keegan.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Letter from Headteacher 26th October 2020
Letter from Steve Reddy, Director, Children & Young People's Service

See Previous Covid-19 Letters from Our Headteacher

Parents and Carers Guide: What to do if someone has symptoms of COVID-19

City leaders have come together with a strong message for us all – 15th October, 2020

Statement from NHS/ Public Health England:

We know that students have already missed a lot of teaching time this year and understand that it is important to find the balance between identifying everyone who may be at a genuine risk of developing infection while not asking students and staff to self-isolate unnecessarily.

The time when people who have tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) are infectious to others is from 2 days before the onset of symptoms to 10 days afterwards (or from 2 days prior to the date of their test to 10 days afterwards if they have had no symptoms).

Only people who came into contact with an individual who has had a positive test result for coronavirus (COVID-19) during this time need to be advised to self-isolate.

Welcome to Home Learning

This page will provide you further information if your son/daughter is having to access their education from home due to COVID-19 or any other underlying health conditions.

The work your son/daughter will be completing at home is in line with the sequenced curriculum that would have been taught, if they had been in the College.

Each subject area is using a learning platform to set the work remotely, further information about this can be found below.

If any parent/guardian finds their child having difficulties in gaining access to the work, they are to contact Peter Phillips at

If there are any issues surrounding the work that is being set, parents/carers must contact their child’s Progress Manager who will direct their concerns to departmental areas.

Whilst students are at home, it is advised that they try to adhere to the timetable they would ordinarily follow during the College day. However, due to many circumstances, we appreciate that this cannot always happen and to alleviate any further anxiety students may complete the work set over the course of the week.

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   |   

Email for support

Remote and Blended Learning Policy
Acceptable User Policy - Parents
Acceptable User Policy - Students

Year 11 Assessment Period 1 Information

See all exam dates and times.

Updates for Parents

As of Monday 7th September, all Year 7 students will finish school at 2:30pm. This will be reviewed on a weekly basis. We will text you any updates. Kind regards, Mrs McConvery

Returning to the College in September?

PLEASE CLICK HERE for full details for the re-opening.

Updates for parents information:

1. All students will be required to bring a mask each day to the College. The protocol for when/if the masks are to be worn will be sent to you next week. The masks need to be kept in a plastic bag, inside their College bag, when not being used.

2. If a student shows symptoms of COVID-19 then the following procedure will be followed:

- The student will be isolated in accordance with DFE and Public Health guidance
- Parents/carers will be contacted to pick the student up immediately
- Parents/carers must take the student for a test and provide written evidence of a negative test before the student is allowed back into College

Please keep checking the College website for updates.

Covid-19 Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment 28/09/20

Letter from Steve Reddy, Director, Children & Young People's Service on School Reopening

School Reopening

Message from MerseyRail about Public Transport

MerseyRail Message

Best wishes and stay safe
Paul Dickinson

News from the Headteacher

Dear parents / carers

A time no-one has experienced before and has led to many challenges on a daily basis for everyone.

Half Term Reading Challenge

Reading is so important and it is vital that you continue to read during your half term holiday.

A message from Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service

Halloween & Bonfire Night please stay safe.

Poetry Ambassador - Joseph Roberts

Poets are writing about the tumultuous events of our day.

Head Boy and Head Girl 2020

Questions and answers with our Head Boy and Head Girl 2020.

Volkerrail Support

Over the past six months Volkerrail have been using part of the College grounds to undertake major improvements.

Outstanding Achievement

Faye Culshaw applied for and was awarded a converted Edge Hill University Scholarship.

A Fond Farewell

The college recently said a fond farewell to Mr Bernie Thelwell, a long standing member of the music staff.

GCSE Results Day

On Thursday 20th August, Archbishop Beck students received their GCSE exam results.

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 getting up early around 6am then off to the gym before I start work.

Risk Assessment

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

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.

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.