Your wellbeing during coronavirus

Liverpool CAMHS promotes the mental health, emotional and wellbeing of all children, young people and their families/carers. It’s working with its partners to make sure that children, young people and families get the support they need during this time. This Liverpool CAHMS documents shows the support from each partner and how you can access it.


UTC scoops two major awards

Liverpool Life Sciences UTC is proud to announce that we’ve won two SSAT Educational Outcome Awards. These celebrate our ranking in the top 10% of non-selective schools nationwide, and achieving higher-than-the-national-average for applied general subjects at Key Stage 5. The Schools, Students and Teachers network (SSAT) hands out awards based on its Educational Outcome Database, …



UTC students win micro-granting pitch

Last week, three Life Sciences UTC students were awarded prizes of £500, after pitching to micro-granting organisation Awesome Liverpool. “We live in a city renowned for its creativity, passion and ability to communicate with the world. The Awesome Foundation offer a wonderful platform to support and promote, well, ‘awesome’ projects,” says UTC principal Ian Parry. …


Year 11 December Reports

Dear Parent/Guardian We are approaching an important time in the education of our young people and can I take this opportunity to congratulate year 11 on their approach to this year so far. Students have now started to take responsibility for learning and engaging with revision and consolidation opportunities both in the school day and …


UTC Transmits

Complex problems require complex solutions; and a virus as multifaceted as HIV begs a multifaceted approach to understanding, resolving, and hopefully one day, curing. The UTC Transmits event addressed this complex issue, covering everything from the makeup of the virus itself; to the medicines which are being used to treat it; to the effects that …


UTC partner Nutricia is recruiting a new apprentice

We’re delighted that our partner Nutricia Advanced Medical Nutrition (AMN) is recruiting for a new apprentice, and we’re encouraging current and former UTC students to apply. AMN is Danone’s Medical Division – Europe’s largest specialist nutrition company, specialising in medical nutrition for the very young, the old and the sick. Its purpose is to pioneer …