The organisation for former students and staff of St. Mary’s College has a new man at the helm. Southport businessman and ex-pupil of the school, Jonathan Cunningham, has been appointed as the Chair of the Friends of St. Mary’s, succeeding Tony Bradshaw who spent more than four years in the role. The new Chair is
St. Mary’s College recently celebrated the achievements of students involved in its Combined Cadet Force (CCF) at the contingent’s annual presentation evening. The VIP guest at the event was former pupil, Squadron Leader Kevin O’Shaughnessy, who looked back at his own time in St. Mary’s CCF in the 1950s in
We are disappointed that Mr Tim Warren, Diocesan Director of Schools and Colleges for the Catholic Archdiocese of Liverpool, has chosen to write an open letter regarding our free school application which has been widely circulated. We have no wish to enter into a public argument with the Archdiocese on this matter because, as
Pupils from St. Mary’s College recently jetted off to France for the return leg of a student exchange scheme. Twenty two pupils in Years 10-13, accompanied by two members of staff, spent a week with their French counterparts from St. Mary’s partner school, Lycée Beau-Jardin, in Saint-Dié in the heart of the Vosges
St. Mary’s College is to continue progressing its plans to become a Catholic free school, despite the fact that the Archdiocese of Liverpool is currently unable to support the application. Governors at St. Mary’s say they understand and respect the position of the Archdiocese, which reflects the
More than 200 talented music students from St. Mary’s College took to the stage at one of the region’s most prestigious concert venues recently. The annual Festival of Music event at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall was a showcase for the skills of a range of musical ensembles from the College and The Mount.