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ISI Interim Report May 2011

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St. Mary's Principal hosts evening with Alan Johnson MP
  The St. Mary’s College Principal was the host when Labour politician turned award-winning author Alan Johnson visited Merseyside for an ‘in conversation’ evening last week. Mike Kennedy was invited to quiz the former Home Secretary at the event which was held at Springfield Court Nursing Home in
Grease is the word at St. Mary's
  St. Mary’s was transformed into Rydell High in America recently when the school mounted a successful production of the 1950s musical Grease.   Families and friends packed the St. Mary’s school hall to the rafters for the three-night run of the school version of the 1972 Broadway hit which later became the
St. Mary's Sixth Formers present research findings
Three Upper Sixth Formers from St. Mary’s have been presenting the findings of the high-level research projects they completed during the summer holiday. Niamh Thomas, Sam McGuire and Philip Thornton competed against hundreds of other applicants to win bursaries from the Nuffield Foundation which enabled them to spend four
St. Mary's supports Remembrance Day events
Students from St. Mary’s College played an important role in a number of Remembrance Day events this week. The whole school took part in a special ceremony on Armistice Day to commemorate the time in 1918 that the guns of the Western Front fell silent after more than four years of continuous warfare.   As
St. Mary's Under 16 Netball Team crowned champions of Sefton
The St. Mary’s College Under 16 Netball Team are celebrating after being crowned as champions of Sefton. The squad, captained by Hannah Campbell, beat off the challenge of teams from across the borough to win the annual Sefton Schools Tournament for their age group.   During this one-day event -
St. Mary's students learn about life in a WW1 hospital
Students from St. Mary’s College went back in time this week to learn about life in a World War One military hospital. A party of 52 year 9 history students visited Dunham Massey, a stately home near Altrincham, which was used as a hospital for soldiers recovering from injuries sustained on the Western Front during the Great

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