Congratulations are due to one of our sixth-formers, Katie, who has recently been elected as one of the Young Lord Mayors of Liverpool, 2013-2014. She was inaugurated at the Town Hall on 30th October, and has already begun to represent the school with pride.
Inauguration Ceremony at the Town Hall
Aigburth High is now a Duke of Edinburgh award scheme Accredited Centre. Many thanks to Mrs Pam Shaw for co-ordinating this new development at our school.
Congratulations and a big WELL DONE to everyone who contributed to our Children In Need fundraising on Friday 15th November.
Our Own Clothes Day, Cake Sale and Bush Tucker Trial, together with Sponsored Jobs and sales of wristbands & Pudsey key fobs, raised the fantastic total of £350 for a very worthwhile cause.
Many thanksto all parents and carers who made such an effort to attend our Parents Evening on 14th November, despite the cold weather! It was a great turnout, with parents and carers having the opportunity to meet with Pastoral staff.
We also thank our friends from the Local Authority, School Health and Connexions, who were on hand to answer questions.
Please could you return the Parent E-Safety Survey. This will help our staff to identify issues and concerns, and to provide appropriate support. If you would like a copy of the survey it is downloadable here –
On Wednesday 13th November the whole school were entertained by the Kinetic Theatre Group. They presented a play called Fillacavity Hotel, which was all about teeth and skeletons.
Thanks go to Mrs Dillon, our Head of Science, for arranging the visit to our school which was enjoyed by pupils and staff.
Thanks to all who came to our coffee and cake afternoon on Friday 27th September. A total of £225 was raised for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Before the summer break Year 7 were taking part in a Woodlands Outdoor course.
They have been learning how to make a camp fire,
how to toast marshmallows,
and how to build a shelter.
In June the Arty-Fact Theatre Company came to Aigburth High School to stage their production “Lets Eat Grandma”, an interactive performance teaching literacy, grammar, and punctuation!