Lord, help us to be generous in our giving. May we give without expecting anything in return. May we give without counting the cost. May we give until it hurts a little.
WELCOME TO ST JOHN BOSCO ARTS COLLEGE
I would like to offer you a personal welcome to the St John Bosco Arts College site.
St John Bosco Arts College is a dynamic, exciting and engaging Salesian Catholic Comprehensive School with a very special and warm ethos, which is recognised by all those who visit.
In recent years, the college has been at the forefront of new approaches to teaching and learning. We became an Arts College in 2004; a Leading Edge School after being identified by the DFES as a high performing school in 2012 and a Teaching School in 2013.
Our most recent 2013 Ofsted inspection concluded, “This is an outstanding school”. Full Message
SIXTH FORM HISTORY VISIT TO LONDON
On 25th June, Students will have a tour of the Houses of Parliament before meeting Stephen Twigg, Labour MP.
The dot-art schools programme is an interactive, online, inter-school art competition. Vote for your favourite piece online now.
The top work from each school will feature in an exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery from 17th May to 8th June 2014. Anyone can participate, but you only get one vote - so choose carefully. See Poster
MY KITCHEN RULES
Year 9 Bosco Food students had an exciting visit from contestants from Sky’s new competitive cookery show ‘My Kitchen Rules’. More
LENT CHARITY 2014 - NORTH LIVERPOOL FOODBANK
Staff and students have been donating food for our local Foodbank based at St Andrews just off Queens Drive. This is then delivered to a number of satellite Foodbank centres including The Good Shepherd by De La Salle school and is distributed to families in need every Wednesday morning. Up to now we have donated 10 crates full of food and general groceries and staff have generously bought Easter eggs as treats for our local families in need. Thank you to everyone who has helped us with this very worthy cause this year. More
On Tuesday 18th March 2014, 130 of our Year 7 Students visited the University of Liverpool to take part in a series of science workshops based in the University's Central Teaching Lab. More
On Wednesday 5th of March, twelve Year 12 students had the fantastic opportunity to visit the KPMG head office in Manchester for the day. Last year, Teach First launched the Careers Insight Day Programme, which gives students a fantastic opportunity to see what it's like being inside a leading multinational business. More
"Turn away from sin and believe in the Gospel"- To mark the beginning of Lent all staff and students had the opportunity to receive ashes. For most students this was provided within their form setting with a prayer and time to think about what their Lenten journey means for them. Year 7 & 8 had a service during morning registration with the school chaplain. A short service was also provided for staff and sixth form in the prayer room at lunchtime.
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
As part of International Women's Day, we were lucky enough to welcome Tori James, an intrepid explorer and motivational speaker, to our college.
GCSE HISTORY TRIP
The History Department organised a revision day for GCSE students on Tuesday 4th February. The students travelled to Manchester to take part in examination booster sessions run by key examiners.
INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CONFERENCE 2014: BONN, GERMANY
Chloe Kelly and Katelyn Hayes from Year 13 recently attended the International Youth Conference in Bonn, Germany with Miss Burns. The theme was ‘Violence’ and we worked with 37 other salesian workers from 15 different nations.
LIVERPOOL ECHO ARTICLE
The first look at new home of St John Bosco - hailed as a national 'trail blazer'!
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