LIPA students’ Britpop street performance for charity

LIPA Sixth Form College (LSFC) students are doing their bit to ensure Britpop lives on with a celebration of the music in Liverpool ONE shopping centre. The free gig, on Tuesday 28 January, marks the 25th anniversary of the musical movement being at its peak in the mid-90s, with LSFC students ...

Sports team success in AoC regionals

It’s been a busy yet successful end of term for Winstanley College’s sports teams competing in the AOC Sport Regionals. Women’s Volleyball won their regional competition with a strongly fought, high quality contest, defeating a talented Xaverian College side 2 sets to 1. They are now through to the national championships. Other ...

A leader in the making

A sixth form pupil of St Hilda's Church of England High School has been tipped as a political leader in the making. Grace Pepper was an active member of the school parliament in her lower years and is now a much valued member of the college leadership team. Head of ...

Support for mature students at LJMU

Recognising that returning to education as a mature student can be a challenging prospect, LJMU offers a range of support and advice. For those considering coming to the university, LJMU hosts a number of campus drop-in coffee mornings and events throughout the year for students aged 21 and over. During these ...

Creating solutions

If you have a passion for problem solving, analytical thinking and solution creation, then the Maths School is the place for you. The Maths School for sixth formers is a new, exciting learning community offering a curriculum focused around maths, further maths, physics and computer science. Founded by, and drawing upon the ...