St. Mary's College Latin teacher Dr James Thorne has been invited to speak at a prestigious international classics conference in the summer. He will address the International Ancient Warfare Conference 2015, which takes place at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth from June 29th until July 2nd. Dr Thorne is an internationally respected expert on ancient warfare and one of the foremost authorities on Julius Caesar's campaigns in Gaul.
The organisation for former pupils, staff and governors of St. Mary’s College held its latest successful reunion event at the weekend. Members of the Friends of St. Mary’s gathered at the Liverpool Malmaison Hotel at Princes Dock for their 2015 Northern Reunion Dinner. The evening was an ideal opportunity
St. Mary’s College welcomed cricketing royalty recently in the form of a team representing the MCC. Founded in 1787, MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club) is the world’s most active cricket club, owner of the iconic Lord’s cricket ground and guardian of the laws of the game, so it was a real honour for St. Mary’s to play them
An invention by a pupil from St. Mary’s College has landed one of the top prizes in the country’s leading science competition for young people. 14-year-old Josh Quinlan, who lives in Southport, finished runner-up in the junior engineering and technology section of the National Science and Engineering Competition with his RaspberryMAGNIFY digital magnifier.