Inspired by fashion designer Aitor Throup ( Kasabian creative director, England football team kit designer and from Burnley), Year 9 students created paper dresses exploring different cultural patterns and influences. The collection is called “Hindu Gods become Fashion Icons”
This week the boys have been involved in a project to raise awareness of homeless people; in particular those in Liverpool. The ‘Wrapping Liverpool in Love’ Project will take place on Valentine’s Day whereby knitted scarves will be placed around trees and lampposts for homeless people to take (or anyone in need). A tag is […]
Stanfield pupils enjoyed a day of Olympic-inspired fitness workshops where they learned about the importance of exercise and healthy eating whilst taking part in some fun activities.
Congratulations to our two Year 10 teams who came 1st and 3rd in the Merseyside Senior Geographical Association Quiz. Pictured are winning members Kunal Mahambrey, Joshua Usher and Mazim Karem. Well done to both teams!
On Friday 26th February Year 6 performed Samson the Musical in front of an enthusiastic audience in the Williams Hall. It was a remarkable effort as the boys only had one week to prepare for it! Samson is a well-known bible story to do with courage, strength and self-sacrifice. The musical, however has a few […]
Merchant Taylors’ Company Photographic Competition Winners 2015 The School has always enjoyed a close association with the prestigious Merchant Taylors’ Company and every year our students are invited to take part in their annual Photographic Competition. This is the seventh year of the competition which is divided into three categories: · Junior (Years 3-8) · […]
Year 4 have had a most exciting two weeks of learning about mummification. We began by re-enacting the process of mummification. Each group had to follow the instructions “How to Make a mummy.” We had a canopic jar, a pretend hook to pull out the brains and various body parts we had to put into […]
Congratulations to U6 student James Bamber, who has been announced as winner of the prestigious Atheneaum Writing Prize. His short story about a solo space pilot’s terrifying meeting with a ghostly figure won a £1000 top prize, along with £100 for the school library and a year’s honorary membership of the Athenaeum. James will also […]
The Reception children had fun dressing up for some Chinese New Year celebrations. Activities included hat making, boat racing, food tasting and ribbon dancing.