Guitar made by Liverpool students played on Jools Holland’s Hootenanny

A guitar designed and built with the help of Liverpool students was played on Jools Holland’s Hootenanny. Mark Flanagan, a Liverpool-born guitarist who performs with Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, used the bespoke instrument during the famous New Year’s Eve broadcast. Students in the Northern Schools Trust (Liverpool Life Sciences UTC, ...

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Students look to the future

Year 12 Students at Archbishop Blanch enjoyed a fun fact-filled morning preparing for their future career destinations by taking part in the Young Enterprise ‘Learn to Earn Programme’. The programme offers students aspirational careers guidance whilst developing their employability skills and giving them a greater understanding of financial literacy competencies that ...

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A unique musical experience

Professional musicians from the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra spent a day at West Derby School Liverpool in November as part of the BBC Ten Pieces coaching scheme. Over 40 musicians from Years 8 to 11 took part in a series of composition workshops based around the ‘Storm’ Interlude from Benjamin Britten’s opera ...

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