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Pupil Library Assistant of the Year Finals

We had a wonderful day in London in March 2019 at the Pupil Library Assistant of the Year finals where we were inspired by all of the wonderful finalists, hearing about the difference they make to their school libraries and the difference their school libraries have made to them.

We were so proud of our wonderful Emma Weeks, who beat off competition from all over the UK to get to the finals. She was a credit to school and was praised by so many of the authors, editors and librarians there for the work she does to promote mental wellbeing through reading.

Emma was championed by author Karen McCombie, who spoke passionately about the pressures of secondary school life and how libraries can provide a sense of calm and a place of safety to anyone who needs it. She brought us to tears when she spoke about Emma and her relationship with our library.

Emma met so many talented authors during the event and was lucky enough to come home with bags full of signed books as a reminder of the day.

More pictures of the day….








Reading Quality Mark – Gold Award!

We hold Gold status in the Reading Quality Mark. This recognises our efforts to promote reading for pleasure across the school. We were very proud to be given the highest level possible and hope to continue to build on this in the future.


Pupil library assistant of the year

In 2017, Victoria L. was named Pupil Librarian of the Year.  
Please click here to view what the Liverpool Echo had to say.


Liverpool Echo School of the Year Awards

Congratulations to our team of wonderful Pupil Librarians who were finalists in the Team Achievement category of the Liverpool Echo School of the Year Awards. They beat off a huge amount of competition, from right across Merseyside, to be placed in the top 3.





Silver Reading Quality Mark

In 2014 we were awarded the Silver Reading Quality Mark. This is an award which was developed to recognise the effort schools have put into promoting reading for pleasure to its pupils.


Educate Awards

In 2012 the school won an award from educate magazine for innovative and creative literacy.