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Food Technology

Year 7 If your child is in 7D, 7G or 7S during this term your child will be studying Food Technology. Look forward to them bringing home dishes such as fruity muffins, pizza, seeded flapjacks and Napoli pasta. If you could remind your child to collect their food at the end of the day, after their food lessons, we would be most grateful. Also if you could provide your child with a container to bring their food home in this would minimise the use of plastic containers currently provided by the college. Year 8 If your child is in 8CG, 8D or 8L during this term your child will be studying Food Technology. Look forward to them bringing home dishes such as scones, carbonara, sweet chilli chicken a

Exam Preparation and a Good Start to the Day

As part of our students preparation for the current GCSE & GCE examinations, we are delight to offer them and the rest of our students a nutritious free breakfast. ‘The Breakfast Club’, serving free breakfast, will be available from 8.00am onwards, in the lower dining room , Monday to Friday from now until the end of term.

Year 7 Careers Event

Last week we took a group of Year 7 students along to a careers event being held at St George’s Hall. This event had been organised by JCP and other local civil service partners and was specifically aimed at younger secondary school students from Liverpool schools. There were over 40 employers attending and the students were able to participate in carousel of interactive activities throughout the day. Some of these activities included working with trainee paramedics on CPR techniques, investigating cyber security and attending a mock trial with barristers. The students particularly enjoyed the session with staff from the Prison service and their search dogs. Students were able to see how sta

Year 10 Business in Focus Visit

Through our partnership with Into University North Liverpool, a group of our Year 10 students visited EY (Ernst and Young) at their prestigious city centre offices in Chapel Street overlooking the River Mersey and Liver Buildings. The purpose of the day was to help our students develop their interpersonal and business skills through a series of tasks based around a mock global games bid. Team Madrid competed against Team Chicago to try and successfully win the bid to host the games. Every member of the respective teams had a designated job role and needed to meet the requirements of the business brief within the set time. Roles included Finance Manager, Marketing Manager and Creative Directo

Notre Dame Chamber Choir Sing for HRH Prince Charles

The Notre Dame Chamber Choir were invited to give a 30 minute performance for HRH Prince Charles during his recent visit to Liverpool. The venue, Local Solutions was kept secret until the last moment but this didn’t affect the students who gave a wonderful performance for the Prince. They then spent a few minutes, after the performance, discussing their experiences of Notre Dame and their involvement in the college choir.

Year 10 Music Ambassadors Organise the National Youth Orchestra Pre Concert Event at the Liverpool P

A group of Year 10 Notre Dame music students were invited by the National Youth Orchestra to plan and deliver a series of social activities for their day at the Liverpool Philharmonic, on April 13th. This is the second occasion our students have acted as ambassadors, after spending a week with the orchestra during their 9 day residency at Notre Dame, during February half term. The outstanding work by the students has led to Notre Dame being chosen by the National Youth Orchestra to be one of 7 National Champion schools.

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