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Friday 12th November 2021 saw Owain Wyn-Evans raise over £3,000,000 for Children in Need by spending 24 hours behind his drum kit!

Inspired by Owain, the drumming community of St Hilda’s CE High School Liverpool, made up of students and staff, will spend the full day on Friday 19th November 2021 (8.30-3.00) drumming without pause to help push Owain’s total up even further!

If you are able to, please donate:

Together we can support children and young people across the UK to rebuild their lives.

For further information please email or

Thank you.


We are delighted to be able to welcome you to St Hilda’s College.

Our Open Evening will be held on Thursday 11th November 2021, with two separate sessions available.

The first will begin at 4pm and have the following timings: 

4-4:30pm – talk from Headteacher and Head of College
4:35-4:55pm – subject 1
5:00-5:20 – subject 2
5:25 – 5:45 – subject 3
5:50 – 6:10 – subject 4

The second session available will have the following timings (6:00-8:10pm):

6:00-6:30 -talk from Headteacher and Head of College
6:35-6:55pm – subject 1
7:00-7:20 – subject 2
7:25 – 7:45 – subject 3
7:50 – 8:10 – subject 4

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the Headteacher talk to enable a prompt start to the evening.

We will be running our Open Evening as a ticketed event via Eventbrite. You will be required to select which session you wish to attend, and book tickets for the talk along with your four subject choices. Please ensure you book one subject per session.  Additionally, please book one ticket per person attending.

Link for the 4:00-6:10pm session:

Link for the 6:00-8:10pm session:

TALK checklist to help keep your child safe online (Internet Watch Foundation)

Follow the TALK checklist to help keep your child safe online (Internet Watch Foundation)

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) tells us that ‘since the start of the pandemic, the amount of ‘self-generated’ child abuse imagery has increased dramatically. In 2020, the IWF confirmed 68,000 cases of such imagery, a rise of 77% on the year before. It accounts for nearly half (44%) the imagery we took action on last year. In 80% of these cases, the victims were 11- to 13-year-old girls.’

The IWF has created a resource to help parents and carers understand the risks of ‘self-generated child sexual abuse imagery’ using the acronym ‘TALK’.

To find out more, go to:

Download the Parents’/Carers’ Guide here

The 2022 Admissions Virtual Open Evening for Year 6 children applying for Year 7 in September 2022 took place on Monday 4th October at 6.30pm

Our virtual open evening took place on Monday 4th October 2021 at 6.30pm. Unfortunately, we were unable to invite families actually into the building, but we hope the event provided an insight into the school, how we work and who we are. The event included a presentation by the Headteacher, plus an opportunity for questions and answers.

Attendance at the virtual opening evening was by invitation only and visitors registered to be invited to the webinar.

To view the information on our Open Evening webpage, please click here.

Thank you.


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Congratulations on achieving the Gold award for the Religious Education Quality Mark.

We are delighted that your school has been recognised for its outstanding contribution to the teaching of religious studies.

Religious Education Council of England and Wales




For the time being students just need to attend these activities, but an online booking system will again be established, so please watch this space for updates.

For our September 2021 list of extra-curricular activities, please click here.

For our September 2021 list of music extra-curricular activities, please click here.


Extra-curricular PE has now started again following the announcements from the Government regarding participation in organised sport.

Students have the opportunity to participate in sport before school, during lunch time and after school in a range of different sports and activities.

Clubs that take place before school and at lunch time, students are not required to have their full PE kit, they will need their trainers only. For after school clubs, students will require their full PE kit to participate.

For more information and the latest extra-curricular fixtures, please click here.

Year 11 Duke of Edinburgh update

Dear parent/carer,

Due to the unfortunate circumstances of the last 2 summer’s the current year 11 students have been unable to complete their expedition. This is obviously a very important year for them regarding their academic studies, therefore, I am suggesting that if they would like to complete their expedition they will have opportunity to do this during the summer term after their examinations. It will be a 2 day, 1 night expedition and dates will be confirmed over the next couple of months and further details regarding payment will follow.

If they do not wish to complete their expedition but have completed their physical, skill and volunteering on eDofE they can opt to just receive a certificate of participation.

Please ensure that they are continuing to work towards the skill, physical and volunteering section of the award if they are wishing to complete the expedition as it is a requirement to have this aspect finished.

If you do have any questions in the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me on 0151 733 2709 or

Miss L Flavin
DofE Manager

NEW Dedicated NSPCC helpline 0800 136 663

Over the last week the website ‘Everyone’s Invited’ has drawn much publicity for the shocking testimonials from over 10,000 people describing sexual abuse by other young people.

There is a new dedicated NSPCC Helpline to provide appropriate support and advice for both children and adults who are potential victims of sexual abuse in schools. It includes how to contact the police and report crimes. The helpline will also provide support to parents and professionals too.

The new helpline will provide both children and adults who are victims of sexual abuse in schools with the appropriate support and advice. This includes how to contact the police and report crimes if they wish. The helpline will also provide support to parents and professionals too. The helpline can be contacted on 0800 136 663

Please be assured that we take all allegations of sexual harassment and abuse very seriously. You can email any concerns or incidents to

You can also report any concerns or incidents to any member of staff. Our safeguarding team will deal with any reports sensitively and with compassion. Reports can also be made via our SHARP system anonymously although if a contact name can be given, it will help us to gather as much information as possible and provide the most appropriate support.


28-06-2021 – Apprenticeship vacancies update. To view, please click here.

21-06-2021 – Apprenticeship vacancies update. To view, please click here.

Qwell – a new emotional wellbeing and mental health support service

A new service, called Qwell, has just been launched. It offers confidential online emotional wellbeing and mental health support, and free counselling, to anyone aged 25+ who is a parent/carer of a child under 18 years of age. Available 365 days of the year via mobile, tablet and desktop devices from 12 noon to 10pm Monday-Friday and 6pm-10pm at weekends, the service provides access to accredited counselling support, peer support via online forums and relevant articles on a variety of topics.

Click on the link for further details

Young Minds – Supporting Parents Helpfinder

Young Minds have created a useful ‘Supporting Parents Helpfinder’. By answering six questions, parents can find out how to support their child’s mental health during the pandemic (and beyond).

There are some great tips on the website. Please click on the link below.

Please let us know if you have any concerns or if we can help at all.

For more information, please click here.

For more information, please click here.


Dear Parents/carers and students.
Should you require any help and support, please do not hesitate to contact the school. Alternatively, the following organisations may be useful to you:

Careline child services

Careline child services manages all child social care enquiries and referrals. You can contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Contact us on 0151 233 3700 to:

– Raise a concern about a child at risk (if a child is at immediate risk call 101 or 999 in an emergency).

– Arrange an assessment of a child who is seriously ill or disabled, address the family’s needs and provide support.

– Access advice and support from other services.

– Request SEND (special educational needs and disability) early help including short breaks, direct payments, after school and holiday provision, carer’s assessments and support for sleep difficulties or any concerns about the child’s development.

– Enquire about casework, individual child cases or other issues of a sensitive nature.

– Get in touch with a social worker or specific social work team.


CAMHS – Child and Adolescent Mental Health  –  Crisis Line 0151 293 3577  

Young Minds – 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Support  –  Text YM to 85258

Kooth – over 14s online counselling (14-25 year olds)

Samaritans – 24/7 listening support  –  Tel 116 123

Childline – 24/7 support and advice  –  0800 1111

You can also find a wide range of sources of support, advice and information on our Mental Health, Well-being and Safeguarding support page on the school website



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