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Peel Ports visit Sixth Formers to discuss Liverpool2 scheme
    Students at St. Mary’s College have been finding out about one of the area’s most important infrastructure developments from a key player in the project. Peel Ports Liverpool2 Business Partner Lyndsey Maloney visited the school to talk to Sixth Formers taking business studies and geography at A Level, about the
Advice on careers in Marketing on the menu at St. Mary's
Advice on careers in marketing was on the menu at the latest lunchtime lecture for Sixth Formers at St. Mary’s. The VIP guest at the event was former pupil David Beattie who now works for top London marketing agency Nonsense whose clients include leading names such as Nike, Bacardi, Cancer Research UK and
St. Mary's pupils remembered during Arnhem battle commemorations
  Students from St. Mary’s College recently travelled to The Netherlands to help commemorate one of the most important battles of the Second World War. Members of the school’s Combined Cadet Force were invited by the Parachute Regiment to visit Arnhem to take part in events marking the 70th anniversary of Operation Market
St. Mary's students entertain Spanish audiences on Barcelona tour
Talented young musicians from St. Mary’s College have been entertaining Spanish audiences as part of a one-week visit to Tossa de Mar near Barcelona. More than 60 students and eight members of staff were involved in the music tour which featured members of four St. Mary’s ensembles - the Concert Band, Symphony
Head Boy and Head Girl roles for Jake and Niamh
  St. Mary’s College has appointed two local students to the key roles of Head Boy and Head Girl for the new school year. The announcement comes as the school marks the 25th anniversary of becoming fully co-educational in September 1989.   Head Boy Jake Huxley from Seaforth is studying for A Levels in
Joshua's Science Club project could help visually impaired people
  A talented pupil at St. Mary’s has come up with a new product that could make day-to-day life easier for visually impaired people. 14-year-old Joshua Quinlan from Southport - who is partially sighted himself - has developed the Raspberry Magnify digital magnifier which he has produced at a fraction of the cost of most

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