St Francis Xavier’s College celebrate new £7.6m facilities

St Francis Xavier’s College (SFX) celebrated its new £7.6 million facilities with a special Mass attended by selected students and visitors.

A new plaque was unveiled which will hang pride of place in the school’s reception area.

The £7.6m refurbishment and new buildings include a brand new science block to replace the existing temporary accommodation, sixth form facilities, sports hall, and music department.

The main entrance has also been moved from Beaconsfield Road to Woolton Hill Road.

The Liverpool school has been refurbished and partly rebuilt as part of Mayor Joe Anderson’s Schools Investment Programme and was carried out by Kier Construction.

Attended by Father Andrew Burns, a number of dignitaries and past and present headteachers and pupils, the day was a celebration of old and new.

Different artefacts were brought forward representing the history of the College, including a tapestry created by a parent and pupil who attended the original school in Salisbury Street, school registers from 1983 and current planners from pupils Jamie Maguire and Jonathan Malone, representing the current school.

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