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  • Cambridge Bound! A Level results 2016!

    Cambridge Bound! A Level results 2016!

    22nd August 2016

    2 A level students at St. Anselm’s College are celebrating securing places at Cambridge University for September. Head Boy Joseph Manley, from Bromborough, achieved 3 A* grades and will study Engineering at Trinity College. Jacob McLoughlin, from Pensby, has achieved a place to read History at King’s College. Read More

  • Transition Summer Camp 2016

    Transition Summer Camp 2016

    1st August 2016

    A group of our new Year 7 students have just taken part in our very popular Transition Summer Camp. Students created shelters and learned to cook their own food over a camp fire. On day two we invited a mini-farm to school and the boys learned about sustainability and animal husbandry. Our outdoor activities were supported with a grant from the Ernest Cook Trust and we are very grateful for their contribution. Read More

  • Congratulations, Joe!

    Congratulations, Joe!

    27th July 2016

    Congratulations to Joseph Ryan in Year 7 who had his 20th straight win on Saturday when he fought for the Sandee British title at Barnsley Metrodome. He is now unbeaten in over 2 years. Joe has also been nominated for Young Sports Person of the Year 2016. This is a well deserved nomination following his continued success this year. We wish him the best of luck. Read More

  • Congratulations, Joe!

    Congratulations, Joe!

    26th July 2016

    Congratulations to Joe Wigfield who won the bronze medal in both the 800m & 1500m in the European Catholic Student games in Paris. In the 800m he just managed to beat the intermediate school record which was set in 2004. A superb achievement! Read More

  • Tall Ships Adventure

    Tall Ships Adventure

    22nd July 2016

    Congratulations to Patrick Thorne in Year 12 who enjoyed a week's sailing on board the tall ship 'Bessie Ellen'. As the pictures show, the experience was a thoroughly enjoyable one, and we hope other students will get the opportunity to enjoy a similar adventure soon! Read More