Archbishop Beck Wins Major Teachers TV Award
Archbishop Beck has recently won a competition run by Teachers TV to find the most creative school in Liverpool and The North West.
The judges, who included ITN journalist Charlotte Hume and children’s TV personality Neil Buchanan, looked at the creative work we have done in school concerning learning and teaching and curriculum design.
In assessing our winning entry the judges stated:
‘Archbishop Beck Catholic College has creatively designed it’s curriculum so that it focuses on content and skills surrounding different themes. A more traditional subject led curriculum has been replaced by a focus on ‘Creative Literacy’ and ‘Logical Thinking’ involving exciting themes that inspire a different approach to learning. Their exploration of many forms of creativity and technology such as animation, comic strips and films is brilliant.’
Our prize was the opportunity to have our excellent work showcased on Teachers TV. Filming took place in and around school on Wednesday 19 January with three different classes being filmed : Mr Begusch’s Year 11 Spanish group, Miss Lund’s Year 7 Creative Literacy class and Miss Pritchard’s Year 8 Logical Thinking class.
The film about our school can be found at the following weblink: