Curriculum

 

Curriculum Overview

Curriculum Overview

As a school community we are challenging ourselves all the time to strive to be the best and we demand that students and parents share the same aspirations. We have a broad and well balanced curriculum offer which aims to develop the ‘whole person’. This is combined with a caring, supportive and

Remote Classroom

Remote Classroom

Remote learning provisions: information for parents and carers For detailed information about our remote learning provisions, please click here . Specific details about our remote learning provisions for the Spring term 2021 can be found in our Headteachers letter here . For further

SEND

SEND

At Maricourt we welcome all pupils into our Christian Catholic school community. We are a fully inclusive school in all we do, our philosophy and actions are rooted in our school mission statement: 'Maricourt seeks to provide and sustain a living Catholic Community which is rooted in Christian

Careers

Careers

Welcome to our Careers area All students benefit from a robust careers, work related learning and enterprise programme which is often held up as best practice by the Liverpool City Region Careers Hub. This is supported heavily by our partners, Everton in the Community, Elevate EBP, Shaping

Assessment

Assessment

Assessment Aims Together with teaching and curriculum, to support the delivery of a high-quality education To help close the learning gap between current and expected learning To be meaningful and manageable To raise aspiration, motivate and inspire pupils Whole school assessment weeks will take

Examination Results

Examination Results

Actions and improvements since 2019 There have been significant developments since the last set of published results in 2019.Not only have we had a new Headteacher in post since September 2019, but there have also been changes to the senior management team and to the leadership of the key

HAPS

HAPS

Principles We believe that: “Meeting the educational needs of Higher Ability Pupils (HAP) is about building on good general school provision, not about providing something entirely different.” Professor Deborah Eyre, NAGTY 2001 University of Warwick. All learners have a right to be stretched and

Catch Up Premium

Catch Up Premium

What catch-up funding is The government announced £1 billion of funding to support children and young people to catch up lost time after school closure. This is especially important for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged backgrounds. This funding includes: a one-off universal £650 million

Homework

Homework

Show My Homework Show My Homework is an online tool to help you keep track of your child's homework. It will allow you to see the details of the tasks your child has been set and whether or not that work has been submitted. You will be provided with login details to your personal account,