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If you have missed one of our Open Days we are happy to take you on a guided tour where you can see a normal day at Holly Lodge and visit our new build site. Please contact the main reception on 0151 2283772 to request a tour.

To apply for a place at Holly Lodge please follow the normal local authority procedure. Please follow the guidance at http://liverpool.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/school-admissions

If you are applying late for September 2015 you will need to download a paper copy at http://liverpool.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/school-admissions/closing-date/

Holly Lodge students on Radio Merseyside’s Breakfast Show

Holly Lodge students on Radio Merseyside’s Breakfast Show with Tony Snell.Listen again to Holly Lodge students on Radio Merseyside’s Breakfast Show with Tony Snell.

We are writing to you to warmly invite you to our final performance piece on the Wednesday 23rd of March at 17:40. The play is called ‘Good intentions aren’t enough’ and deals with the subject of free will vs influence of a supernatural force.

We look forward to seeing you there.
Ashlyn Baker (Head Girl), Tasha Riley (Deputy Head Girl), Leah Whiteside, Emily Evans and Laura Atherton.

This year we had a focus on the Victorian Times for World Book Day. Staff highlighted on door displays their favourite Victorian times novel. During each lesson staff took time to discuss and share with pupils their favourite novel. Every pupil in Holly Lodge received a book voucher which enabled them to exchange for certain books or get £1 off a book. During form all classes looked at the books they could exchange their token for in depth to enable pupils to decide how they would use their token.

International Women’s day

International Women’s Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year to mark the plight and achievements of women around the world. There is still a great deal of discrimination against women e.g. on average, women still earn almost twenty percent less than men and of the world’s titled land, only 1% is owned by women. However, there are plenty of inspirational women out there who have broken through their glass ceiling. Here are a few inspirational comments from Holly Lodge’s women of the future:
# One Day I will:
I will make a difference; achieve my dreams and help people who don’t receive any medical care by becoming a doctor – Estelle
# One Day I will:
Become a teacher, helping those who struggle to read and write. I will teach them about the history of the women’s vote and how women struggled to get education and vote – Jamie-Leigh
# One Day I will:
Make sure everyone is equal – Faye
# One Day I will:
Help children with special needs – Ellie
# One Day I will:
Be a soldier and fight for my country – Savannah
# One Day I will:
Help people pursue their dreams – Siyu

Holly Lodge students win logo design competition

Liverpool Counts recently ran a competition to design a Logo for their Quality Mark. Over 40 schools took part. 4 year 7 pupils Alexia Hurt, Millie May Colquhoun, Niky Sparrow and Connie Young spent a number of weeks after school working with Mr Graham to design a Logo for the competition. This Logo will now be used on all Liverpool Counts documents. This is a fantastic achievement and congratulation to the everyone involved.

Theatre of Debate

‘People are Messy’ is a new play by award winning playwright Judith Johnson. It targets pupils aged 13 + and engages its audiences in an informed debate around PPI – patient and public involvement and the social and ethical issues that it raises. The company performed for Year 9 and 10 pupils who all enjoyed the play and taking part in the debate.

Volleyball Competition

Eight of our year 7 girls attended a volleyball competition at St. Edward’s yesterday. The girls received 2 hours volleyball training; then competed against school teams from Fazakerly; St. Edwards; St. Julie’s and Archbishop Beck.

The girls then went on to win their heat and lost 2, won 1 game in the finals to come third over-all. Many of the other teams were year 9’s so the girls did very well to compete with them; so a huge congratulations to them.

It was an excellent opportunity for them to develop their skills and play in competitive matches.

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Micro-Tyco is a month long challenge that enables participants to practice and learn fundamental business principles in a safe, ‘micro’ environment. Teams from schools, universities or businesses have one month to turn £1 seed capital into as much money as possible.
The Holly Lodge Micro Tyco Team, collectively over the month, raised £510.
They made £74 on the Valentine’s Day Sweet sale, £71.20 on their first bag pack, £53 on the raffle, £19 on the bear and £16 on the Sweet Jar and £276.80 on their final bag pack!
All money created by the Micro-Tycos is invested by WildHearts in micro-loans for poor entrepreneurs in the developing world.

Thanks for your help and support,

The Micro Tyco Team,
Gemma Kirkwood, Scarlett O’Toole, Sophie Duckworth and Laura Atherton.

Holly Lodge Girls’ Choir

The Holly Lodge Girls’ Choir is an after school club for pupils from year 7 through to year 10. The choir will be singing a selection of songs from the modern era as well some classic film theme tunes. Hopefully, this will lead to performances throughout the school year and eventually a concert. The choir takes place on a Wednesday after school at 3:00pm in R7 (Rosalind Franklin building) and anybody who wants to sing is welcome to join – there is no audition.

Employability Interviews – ‘A Great Initiative’

Employability Interviews – ‘A Great Initiative’
Deloitte, a worldwide audit, consulting, tax, and advisory services company, have been providing mentoring support to students at Holly Lodge for the past few years, mentoring sixth form and Year 11 students on aspirations, CVs and interviews.
Fifty-six of our Year Y11 students attended a session with Deloitte staff where they looked at what made a good interview and had an opportunity to consider their own strengths and to perfect their interview technique. Deloitte staff were enormously impressed with their maturity and insight.

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Sixth Form Open Evening

6th form open evening was held on Thursday the 11th of February with over 70 prospective students and parents attending. It was fantastic to meet so many enthusiastic students from Holly Lodge and other schools who are thinking of studying with us. There was a real buzz about the evening and we are looking forward to welcoming them in September!

Btec Performing Arts Students Shine!

On Wednesday 10th February, Year 10 Btec Performing Arts: Acting students performed “Teechers” by John Godber to an excellent turn-out of around 120 family and friends.

After three months preparation; work-shopping vocal and physical qualities; learning how comedy works; and completing research: the students were finally able to show how talented they really are.

Mr Maloney was over the moon with how the girls performed (considering the amount of times he encouraged stronger, more confident performances in rehearsals).

Some excelled in communicating the characters they played and some rose to the challenge of doing even better than they had in rehearsals.

It was a fantastic evening and very well attended. Performing in front of so many people has given students confidence for their formal assessment in June; this will also be performed in front of an audience. We hope to see you there.

Meet Our New Members of Parliament

Thanks to everyone who supported and helped run the elections for School Parliament – particularly Ashlyn, Head Girl, who did a great job organising voters.
The 2 newly elected MPs for Y7 are Ellis Lunt and Naima Ali – All of Y7 are to be congratulated for their contribution and enthusiasm – we had a 85% turnout and everyone who put themselves forward gained some votes.
The MPS for Year 8 are Mollie Challis and Faye Currie with a 78% turn-out.
Shae Best-Dutton and Christina Ketsani have been elected Y9 MP with 62.4% turn out!
Adrien Gillespie and Ellie Brand are Y10 MPs with 85% turn-out!
Jennifer Heffron and Erin Ball were appointed MPs for Y11 on a turnout of 79.6%.
Congratulations to all our MPs.

Sports’ Clubs

There is a new Volleyball club after school every Monday from 3-4.
The following clubs are also available from 3-4 for anyone who would like to attend:-
Tuesday – Bats and Rackets
Wednesday – Netball
Wednesday – Dance Club
Thursday – Football
See you there!

What does A* look like?

On Thursday 21st January, students were invited to an afterschool session on ‘What does A* look like?’ The aim of the session was to show students exactly what skills, knowledge and approach are needed in order to achieve the highest grades at GCSE level. Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. Shaw & Mr. Merryweather all delivered subject specific training in English, Maths and Science; targeted specifically at achieving the top grades at GCSE level. Students received high quality, meaningful and relevant information which we hope will result in lots of top grades in this summer’s and next summer’s exams. Well done to the many students who attended.A copy of the presentation is on the website for those who could not attend.

Refugee Crisis

Over October half-term I was involved in an NCS scheme (National Citizenship Service), with Positive Futures; this involved fund-raising for a charity of our choice; as a group we decided to dedicate our fundraising money to the refugees in Calais. We did cake sales; bag packs and sponsored walks. In total we raised over £2,000 and hope we made good use of the money. Thanks to all those who contributed. Ciara Chambers and Mia Sinnett

National awareness week for Mental Health

Monday 8th February 2016 is the start of National awareness week for Mental Health. Year 11 students will be attending a workshop promoting health and well-being, with a particular focus on Exam stress.

Poppy Appeal

We have just received a certificate from the Royal British Legion to thank us for raising £162.79 for the Poppy Appeal

Royal Court Success

City of Readers’

Over the past few months, three of our 6th form students: Ashlyn Baker, Tasha Riley and Leah Whiteside have been working at The Royal Court alongside professional actors such as Mikey Starke, Drew Scoffield and Lindzi Germaine on the annual Christmas show.
I went three times as the show was hysterical and also attended the after show party where the actors informed me how professional our students have been. They have worked tirelessly on the production but have still managed to attend school, hand in essays and complete extra-curricular duties (as head girls and deputy). Huge congratulations to the girls.

The Art Department’s Regular Round-Up

There’s never a dull moment in Holly Lodge’s art department! This academic year is proving to be another busy and exciting year with a jam packed schedule of events.
Back in October, the hard work of the pupils and staff was acknowledged at the annual Educate Awards coming Runner-Up in the ‘Outstanding Arts in a Secondary School’ in Liverpool, Lancashire, Knowsley and Chester. The award was in recognition of our summer school play which was a team effort across the Creative Arts Faculty.
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Christmas Charity Cake Sale

Another huge ‘Thank You’ to all those who contributed to the cake sale at the end of term; baking, buying. We raised an amazing £160 in aid of MacMillan; a very worthy cause.

Christmas Jumper Day

Happy New Year!
A huge ‘Thank You’ to everyone who took part in Christmas Jumper Day on the last day of term either by dressing up or donating. There were some amazing creations and transformations as you can see. We raised a fantastic £230 in aid of Zoe’s Place, for which they are very grateful.

Educate Awards 2015 – Winners Announced

We are proud to announce that the Creative Arts at Holly Lodge were named Runner-Up in this year’s Educate Awards in the ‘Outstanding Arts in a Secondary School’, following the success of last year’s summer production of ‘Blowin’ A Gale’. The play incorporated the art, drama and musical talents of our pupils resulting in 2 sell-out shows. Mr Maloney adapted script from ‘The Wizard of Oz’, into a Scouse parody telling the tale of a pupil, Dorothy, who travels to school on a bus but arrives in a mystical land where she makes new friends.

Mr Maloney was shortlisted for the Teacher of the Year and enjoyed the prestigious awards ceremony at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral with other members of the Creative Arts team, where our pupils staged a scene from the play to 400 invited guests.

The Creative Arts Faculty are already delivering and planning an equally ambitious and exciting year of projects. Watch this space for more news!

To see more highlights and photographs from the awards ceremony, go to:


Holly Lodge is proud to enter into partnership with the Shankly Family Foundation

We are especially proud to be working in partnership with an organisation that so closely shares our community, sporting and educational values. Holly Lodge have historic links with the family with Bill Shankly’s daughter and grand-daughters all having attended Holly Lodge.
The Shankly Family Foundation approached Holly Lodge because of the ‘world class’ sporting facilities we can offer. These have been enhanced recently when the school underwent its major multi-million pound re-development.
The Shankly Family Foundation is a charity that ‘aims to help young people develop their skills, capabilities and responsibilities in society through education and leisure time activities to enable them to become mature and responsible individuals’
Under the venture the Shankly Family Foundation will manage the schools afterhours sports facilities hiring the facilities and organising a range of sporting, performance, artistic and cultural activities for the local and wider neighbourhood. Follow the link www.theshanklyfamilyfoundation.com for more details.

Grand opening of Emmeline Pankhurst Building

Friday 6th March saw the official opening of our new building dedicated to the person who won women the right to vote. The ‘Emmeline Pankhurst Building’, forms the centerpiece of a £7 million revamp of the school site. It houses a main teaching block built comprising new humanities classrooms, arts, music and drama spaces including an activity hall, and a Sixth Form centre with a central atrium and café area.

At the opening, pupils focussed on Pankhurst’s life and legacy ahead of International Women’s Day this coming weekend, and read extracts from famous women’s rights speeches.

Headteacher Julia Tinsley said: “Staff and students are equally proud to have such fantastic facilities and are enjoying teaching and learning in 21st century surroundings at last.

“Not only is the building itself bringing a smile to the lips of our school community but its position at the heart of the school is making life more comfortable for students at lesson change, break and lunchtime.

“We have been really anxious to make sure that the new buildings enhance the beautiful campus on which the school is built, and maintain the unique character of Holly Lodge.
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English Literature Students visit the Palace Theatre

27 students enjoyed Willy Russell’s award-winning musical ‘Blood Brothers’ at The Palace Theatre, Manchester. The KS4 and KS5 students had all been studying this popular production as part of their studies. It was a fabulous performance and the girls were a credit to the school!

Student awarded awarded a certificate for her book review

Year 8 student, Jessica, was presented with a reading certificate for her book review on 21st December at St. George’s Hall. She was one of six winning entries from Holly Lodge

Student Wins Bronze at Commonwealth Games

Hollie Best Dutton a 6th Form Student here a Holly Lodge, represented England at the weekend in the Commonwealth Games in Taekwondo.

Hollie battled it out and we are pleased to announce she won a Bronze medal in her weight division. Well Done Hollie, we are all very proud of you!

Carol Galashan  to provide inspiration

Carol Galashan

GB international gymnast turned diver Carol Galashan is set to provide inspiration to youngsters at an upcoming gymnastics satellite club taking place at Holly Lodge Girls College in West Derby Liverpool. Read more..

Chinese Lessons

We are looking at the possibility of running Chinese lessons after school at Holly Lodge for girls year 7 and older. Your daughter will be taught how to speak Mandarin and write Chinese. The lessons may lead to a full Chinese GCSE qualification.

If you would like your daughter to take part please click here l.so@hollylodge.liverpool.sch.uk


Holly Lodge 现正考虑加开课后中文班。您的女儿将会学说普通话和写中文字。如水平足够,学生会被安排完成 GCSE 中文会考课程。

如阁下对中文班有兴趣,请联络苏礼洛老师。电邮: l.so@hollylodge.liverpool.sch.uk