Aspiring pupils follow their paths

At Hillside High School, Bootle they believe that nothing is too good for their pupils and they encourage them to do the very best they can throughout their time at school.

They also make sure that pupils get the chance to see for themselves what the top universities in the country can offer.

One of the aims of these visits to Oxford and Cambridge Universities is to provide information and guidance to pupils so that they make the best possible A level choices and ensure they are fully informed to allow them to follow their chosen career paths.

Mrs Ryan, headteacher at Hillside, said: “Our pupils deserve an excellent education and many of them go on to universities and gain professional qualifications.
“We recently ran two trips for our pupils, the first was to Magdalen College, Cambridge were pupils were given the opportunity to gain first hand information about studying at Cambridge University and meet students, staff and lecturers.

“Following the success of our Cambridge visit a further 10 pupils were taken to Oxford University for an overnight visit which included interactive workshops focussing on A level choices Said Mrs Ryan: “We are determined that pupils from our community will have every opportunity to see for themselves where their studies and efforts can take them and to feel encouraged to aim for the very top”.

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