Some of the most iconic sites in twentieth century German history were on the schedule when pupils from St. Mary’s visited Berlin recently. A party of 40 students and four members of staff took part in the four-day history department trip which took place in cold but bright conditions. The starting point for the tour of the German
Talented young musicians from St. Mary’s will perform at the region’s most prestigious classical music venue at the end of next month. The school is staging its annual Festival of Music at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall for the 16th year in a row at 7.30pm on Friday 14th March. More than 150 pupils will
Pupils from St. Mary’s College have been learning at first hand about life in one of the world’s poorest countries. A party of nine Sixth Formers, accompanied by teachers Nicola Addy and Nick Vagianos, recently visited the West African state of Sierra Leone which is ranked seventh in the global poverty league table.
Proposals by St. Mary’s College in Crosby to change the status of the school have taken an important step forward. Following an announcement in November that St. Mary’s was considering proposals to convert from being an independent fee-paying school to an independent free school, Governors have confirmed that they have now submitted
The Italian Alps were the destination for a party of around 60 pupils from St. Mary’s College who took part in the school’s annual ski holiday recently. The students - accompanied by eight staff and parents - were based in the high-altitude resort of Passo Tonale for the six-day trip. Despite spells of poor visibility
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral was the spectacular setting for St. Mary’s College’s annual prize day ceremony recently. The VIP guest at the event was an ex-pupil who has gone on to enjoy a distinguished career in the diplomatic service. Andrew Mitchell is a former British Ambassador to Sweden who