New centre for Sacred Heart

Special guests joined staff and students to celebrate the official opening of the Sacred Heart Catholic College new sixth form centre which houses a new coffee bar, gym and study facilities.

The Archbishop of Liverpool, Malcolm McMahon attended the event and blessed the new building, there was also and a musical interlude from students past and present as they produced stunning renditions of Vivaldi’s Spring (Four Seasons), James Bay’s ‘Hold Back The River’ and Puccini’s ‘Nessun Dorma’.

Headteacher Mr Walker said: “These are very exciting times for us at the College. Strong performances across a whole range of areas have meant our sixth form numbers have grown considerably in recent years. The Archdiocese of Liverpool has kindly worked with us in bringing the next exciting phase of our journey to fruition.

“Parents and pupils have also helped shape the new development, in order for it to become a real cutting edge facility for future generations of Sacred Heart students.

“The new block will add to the updated study facilities provided in the last academic year, when we invested in new computing and Wi-Fi facilities for our upper school students to use during study periods. We are really proud of our students and want to get the best for them.

“Last year, there were many fantastic individual performances culminating in results that took our students to universities all over the country. With the benefit of this new facility, we are confidently aiming for the same.”

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