Our vision is to be a centre of educational excellence, opportunity and support within an inclusive, caring environment. Our college was established in 2009 in partnership with Sefton Local Authorityand seven local secondary schools following a strategic area review by Ofsted in order to secure more opportunities for high quality academic Level 3 provision in the area.
We aim to deliver high quality education in accordance to the aspiration of our students in a diverse range of settings. Students will be provided with the best possible learning experience and shallbe given all of the support to achieve their goals. As well as providing the DPSI course, Liverpool City College is also a registered DPSI examination centre. Please contact us if you wish to register for a DPSI examination at our college.
Welcome to St. Mary's College: we are a thriving community which places a high value on outstanding academic achievement and all-round personal development, as well as our central emphasis as aCatholic school which welcomes boys and girls of all faiths. Our school is built on strong values which emphasise the importance of caring for others and striving for excellence in all we do.
We are delighted to announce that Renée Pattenden, one of our Year 10 pupils has won a Virgin Atlantic Scholarship to go on a trip to Udaipur in Rajasthan, India during the month of August. She willbe part of a team representing Free The Children, a global charity that promotes empowerment and social activism.
We will look after and support each other, recognising the worth and achievement of all, realising at the same time our own self worth. We will create an atmosphere which promotes high standards ofbehaviour, based on mutual respect and a community in which everyone is valued and feels safe, secure and happy. Our curriculum is designed to ensure everyone reaches full potential and we take as our inspiration the teachings of Jesus.
Here we believe that every child deserves an excellent education and the chance to succeed. From the first days of Year 7 to the final days of Sixth Form, St Mary's students become part of somethingspecial. This is the place to be, to grow, to flourish.
The Open College of Sign Language started in 1992 and was founded by Roy Massey and Lyn Butchart. It was initially designed to ' bridge the gap ' between the hearing and deaf communities. 18 years onwe have successfully provided curricula to thousands of people from all walks of life including: business professionals, school children and teachers, pre school children, socio economically disadvantaged groups and the police force.
We recognise that all pupils have different talents and strive to ensure that every pupil has an equal opportunity to find and develop the talents they do possess. We believe that the development ofspirituality, character, intellect and creativity are the primary aims of education. We work together to create a happy and caring school community which is engaged in our local community and the wider world.
We're developing plans for a new campus in the heart of Knowsley which will provide a new and vibrant learning environment for young people, adults and the community alongside our Sixth Form forstudents who want to study A Levels. The College has a long history of outstanding delivery and our Centre of Excellence for Engineering and Technology works closely with leading employers across the Liverpool City region to ensure our students get the best training and support to move in to employment.
Paul Jarvis, BTEC Business Studies course leader at King George V College will have his article on teaching techniques for new A Level specification published in the EBEA's (The Economics, Businessand Enterprise Association) 'Teaching Business and Economics' magazine.
The College is small - we have approximately 150 students per year aged 16 to 18 (plus another 500+ older students). This means that we know our students and offer a friendly and supportiveenvironment. Classes are taught in small groups, usually between 8 and 10 people. No, we offer courses for disabled and non-disabled students and a very supportive learning environment for everyone.
MECNW was set up in 1998 as a centre of vocational excellence to combat chronic skills shortages in the engineering, construction and manufacturing sectors. MECNW operates as a GROUP TRAININGASSOCIATION, delivering industry-specific programmes in a wide range of engineering and related technical skills. GTAs are unique in that they are employer-driven, which means that training programmes at MECNW are developed with direct input from you.
Over the years, Carmel College has gone from strength to strength and has gained a national reputation for quality. The last Ofsted inspection rated Carmel as "Outstanding in all aspects of itsprovison." The college also has Beacon Status for outstanding performance.
Liverpool is an exciting vibrant city with a large student population. Birkenhead is less than 3 miles away across the famous River Mersey. You can take a ferry, train, car or bus across the river.Liverpool's waterfront has just been nominated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the docks at the Twelve Quays Campus offer amazing views of the Liverpool skyline.
With this site we aim to bring you up to the minute information on all of our current and future products & courses. Covering a variety of occupations, we have a range of depth and experience thatfew, if any, other similar organisations can match. The Vocational College enjoys substantial contracts for the delivery of NVQ based training with the Skills Funding Agency and the Young Peoples Learning Agency.
Bebington High Sports College has been a specialist College since 2001. The specialist status has provided us with additional funding, facilities and staffing which allows us to enhance the teachingand learning for all our students. We aim to use sport, and the values which it represents; leadership, perseverance, fair play, teamwork, and loyalty as a language through which we can develop the potential in all young people.
Our students are given unique opportunities to work with international brands, take part in major industry events and receive training from industry leaders. Apprenticeship partners work closely withus to develop training which is second to none and give you the skills to go on to a successful career.
Are you looking for an Apprenticeship or a job and aged 16 - 24? Then a Traineeship may be just what you need to help you get started. Traineeships are new training programmes, designed to help you tobecome 'work ready' and provides the skills you will need before moving onto an Apprenticeship or into employment. They come with a guaranteed work placement and once complete, will put you in a better position to compete for an Apprenticeship or a job.
St John Plessington Catholic College is an Outstanding Voluntary Aided Catholic 11-18 Academy. We serve the population of the Wirral and are oversubscribed in all year groups with 1450 pupils. We havereceived many accolades over the years including in 2010/2011 the Times Educational Supplement's "OUTSTANDING SECONDARY SCHOOL OF THE YEAR" award.
Choosing a secondary school for your son or daughter, that will build on their strengths and successes in primary education, is one the most important decisions you may have to make with them. I amdelighted to introduce you to Savio Salesian College and hope that you will feel that, whatever their talents, we have much to offer your child and that we may be the best choice for them to achieve their potential.