Year 6 Geography Day!

Year 6 worked really hard on Geography Day.

We explored how earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanoes are formed and the impact they can have on the people living there.

Year 6 – Blog

All of the Year 6 staff are incredibly proud of the online learning that the children have been completing in the last few weeks – well done!

Here’s the full update: Year 6 – Blog – 18th January [PDF]

Christmas Pictures & Nativity


Christmas Party

Nursery Nativity


Reception Christmas Party

RC Christmas Pictures

RC Nativity

RF Christmas Pictures

RF Nativity

RJ Christmas Pictures

RJ Nativity

Christmas Activity

Year 1

Merry Christmas!

Year 1 Nativity

Santa Dash

Visit from Santa

Year 2

Merry Christmas!

Christmas Jumper Day

2LM Christmas Jumpers

Santa Dash

Year 2 Nativity

2HI Christmas Party

2LM Christmas Party

Christmas Dinner

Year 3

Santa Dash

Christmas Dinner

Year 3 Nativity

Christmas Party Day

Year 4

Visit From Santa

Christmas Party Day

Advent – Collective Worship

Santa Dash

Christmas Dinner

Year 5

Christmas Song

Merry Christmas!

Santa Dash

Year 6

Santa Visit

Christmas Jumper Day

Santa Dash

Christmas Dinner

Collective Worship

6JJ – Stars of the Week

Mood and Atmosphere in Music

Stars of the Day

We Studied Gaudi

Georgia O’Keefe’s Poppies

Autumn Term Update

In Year 6, we have worked through the term looking at writing autobiographies and biographies and working on grammar to help our writing skills.

Last week looked at Y5/6 Common Exception Words

In Maths we have looked at aspects of number – place value, addition and subtraction as well as Long multiplication and Division. Working on our fluency and reasoning skills.

In our foundation subjects we have allocated days to study:

• Geography- where we learned about life in the Amazon rainforest
• Art – we studied the artist – Gaudi, who primarily spent most of his working life producing sculpture and architecture for the city of Barcelona.
• History – we have studied Aztec civilisation and produced Aztec calendars which captured the children’s enthusiasm.

We now look forward to the forthcoming season of Advent and the greatest gift – our Lord at the Nativity to conclude our Autumn term.

Liverpool College Important Changes to Year 7 Admissions 2021

LIVERPOOL COLLEGE Important Changes to Year 7 Admission Arrangements for September 2021 Entry No Banding Test Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are removing the requirement for applicants for Year 7 entry in September 2021 to sit our fair banding test. Places will be allocated using the published oversubscription criteria (rather than the oversubscription criteria being applied within the ability bands). Next Steps for Applying Parents therefore no longer need to complete an online supplementary Liverpool College application form (used to register for the banding test). Applications for places in Year 7 in September 2021 at Liverpool College should be made to the home local authority using the Preference Form (Common Application Form). The national closing date for applications is 31st October 2020 and applications can be made from 12th September. You can read the updated admissions policy for September 2021 on our website here: Musical Aptitude Test As we will still allocate 10% of the published admissions number (9 places) based on musical aptitude, we will be holding our musical aptitude test (but with some adjustments to practical arrangements to comply with protective health measures). Registering for the Musical Aptitude Test If you have already submitted an on-line supplementary application form (before the form was removed following the suspension of the banding test) and indicated that you wish your child to take the Musical Aptitude Test on this form, you don’t need to take any further action as you have already registered. If you have not yet registered, you should complete and return the separate Musical Aptitude Form which can be downloaded from our website. The form should be completed and returned to Liverpool College by 4.00pm on 25th September 2020. We will contact all music aptitude test applicants during the first week of October with details of dates and times. We are expecting over 500 children to take the test so it will have to be carried out over a period of a few days rather than on one day as originally intended. No Open Events The open morning scheduled for Saturday 12th September has been cancelled. We are disappointed not to be able to show you round our campus and some of our pupils have produced a virtual tour to give you a taste of life at Liverpool College.

Liverpool College Changes for Year 7 2021 Admissions