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We are thrilled to have been nominated once again this year in 2 categories by Educate Awards, in partnership with Copyrite Systems and Ricoh. The 2 categories this year are: Most Inspirational 16 to 18 Education Provider Career Aspiration Award The ceremony will take place at
On the weekend of 28th September we went to Ennerdale in the Lake District as part of our training in preparation for our World Challenge expedition to Southern Tanzania in July. The students had the opportunity to run through different expedition scenarios and learned what to include
Selected Year 12 & 13 students Elsa ,Eliza, Niamh , Zoe, Grace, Amy & Ginnie, had the privilege of attending Liverpool's historic Town Hall on Thursday 3rd October to participate in Liverpool School's Parliament. School’s Parliament gives an opportunity for the
On Thursday 26 September, pupils and staff celebrated European Day of Languages. Our Y12 Language Ambassadors led the school in an amazing Zumba dance, the dining room turned into a themed Spanish and French eatery and the Theatre was the venue for our Euro music quiz. In MFL lessons, our pupils
Archbishop Blanch students have performed extremely well in the new and more challenging GCSE qualifications. 84% of grades achieved were at least grade 4 (equivalent to grade C in the previous GCSE measures). A significant proportion of students secured outstanding success in achieving the
Archbishop Blanch School celebrated outstanding results for sixth form with a record breaking 45% receiving the highest possible grades A*-B at A Level and Distinction*- Distinction in BTECs. Across all Level 3 examinations this year, students secured an excellent 99% pass rate with a significant
Wednesday 3rd July saw us welcome 180 Year 6 primary school pupils who will be joining our Archbishop Blanch community in September. The girls had a fun filled day meeting their form tutors,finding their way around school on an exciting treasure hunt, putting their hopes &
Another ABS Colour Class with Smithdown Primary School, looking at colour and pattern using Chuck Close as our inspiration. On Wednesday 3rd July at the ABS colour Class we produced jelly fish inspired by the work of Dale Chihuly, thank you for being such creative and hard workers Smithdown
On 19th June, Amazon Web Services came to ABS to challenge year 7 to come up with an app which can be used to support school or the local area. Martina an account manage at AWS delivered a presentation which introduced women who are innovators in technology and how they changed the world.
It was the second ABS Colour masterclass with Smithdown Primary School, we looked at Aboriginal Art and Pointillism, using similar techniques each pupil created their own vibrant section for a full class butterfly. Once again the children enjoyed their afternoon and as you can see from the images
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