Many of our students have leadership roles within our community. Some students support lower school classes in their chosen subject area.
Students in the 6th form have the opportunity to participate in a number of trips/excursions to enhance their progress in their academic subjects and as reward for all their hard work.
In the October half term 2 students in Year 13 got the opportunity to further their passion for art in the Italian region of Tuscany; visiting Florence and Siena as well as tasting authentic Italian cuisine.
In October half term our Head Boy, Jack Price and Head Girl, Caitlin McCafferty went to a local radio station to talk about all thigs EPCHS6. The students got the chance to speak to local disc jockeys as well as journalists that work on the daily news and sports reports. Please click on the link below to listen to the interview.
In November students in Year 12 went to the Conway Centre, Anglesey for the weekend to work on their art portfolios.
Also in November 2 students got the opportunity to visit the concentration/death camps, Auschwitz and Auschwitz-Birkenau as part of the Lessons from Auschwitz programme.
Many students in the Sixth Form have chosen charity work as their leadership role. They have already raised 100s for their chosen charity of Clatterbridge Hospital, Wirral. Students raise money in a variety of ways such as the half termly car wash for staff and visitors, cake sales, quiz nights and raffles.
Many members of the 6th form are involved in helping students in Years 7 enhance their literacy skills in our Reading Buddy scheme.7