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ISI Interim Report May 2011

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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
Strong GCSE performances at St. Mary's
Students and staff at St. Mary’s College are celebrating another set of strong GCSE performances this year. The key feature of this summer’s results at the school is the large proportion of students achieving multiple passes at the highest grade. Just under a third of candidates (31 per cent) obtained at least seven A* or A
100% pass rate at St. Mary's College
Staff and students at St. Mary’s College are celebrating an A Level ‘full house’ after candidates achieved a 100 per cent pass rate in the key examinations, up from 98 per cent in 2013. This summer has also seen a significant increase in the number of straight A students at St. Mary’s with a quarter of all
St. Mary's science enthusiasts head for Royal Society Exhibition
Students from St. Mary’s travelled to London last week to learn about the latest cutting-edge developments in science and technology. Fourteen enthusiastic members of the school’s Science Club visited the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition at the organisation’s Carlton House Terrace HQ just off The Mall, close to



Coach delays due to road works

Please note that we have been experiencing some delays on our Ashton and Ormskirk coach routes due to road works. At this stage, we are not planning to make any changes to pick up times or stops but w...

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