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  1. Upper Sixth playing footgolf

    Footgolf fun for Upper Sixth Sport Students

    After completing a turbulent year and submitting all coursework, upper sixth sport students attended footgolf to celebrate with some healthy competition. There were lots of good skills on show but unfortunately not enough to beat the staff and some students finding water hazards. A great event none the less though

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  2. Ex-Aquinas student on the nation’s favourite soap

    This week we saw Ex-Aquinas student Luke Halliwell on the nation’s favourite soap, Coronation Street. Luke performed a pivotal scene with Johnny Connor in the recreational area of a prison. Luke attended Aquinas college 2011-2013 and studied BTEC Acting where he worked hard on monologues, group work and physical theatre.

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  3. Dom Simpson virtual talk

    West End Star Comes to Aquinas (Virtually)

    West End and Broadway performer Dom Simpson joined Lower Sixth BTEC Actors to share his experiences from the bright lights of London and New York. The former student who starred in The Book of Mormon musical comedy, from the creators of ‘South Park’, provided insights into what life is like

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  4. United Kingdom Mathematics Trust logo

    Aquinas students took part in the UKMT Senior Maths Challenge

    “35 students took part in the UKMT Senior Maths Challenge on Tuesday 3rd November. This is a national competition for sixth form students testing their problem solving and mathematical reasoning skills. 5 students gained a Gold Certificate, placing them in the top 10% of results nationally. A further 10 students

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  5. Phil Manning in Wyoming

    Infotaining Christmas Lecture: Stuffing the Dino at Christmas

    Birds and Dinosaurs – Professor Phil Manning will demonstrate how your Christmas Turkey is related to a T Rex!!! We are delighted that Phil Manning, who is Professor of Natural History at the University of Manchester and world renown dinosaur expert, is giving a lecture for Aquinas Sixth Form College.

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  6. Poppy Display at Merseyway Shopping centre

    Merseyway Poppy Display

    Our Year two Textile Design and 3D Design students created this breath-taking display for the Merseyway Shopping centre, to honour the service and sacrifice of all who have served in our Armed Forces. The poppy is an international symbol of remembrance for those who have given their lives defending their

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Why do so many students want to come to Aquinas?

A real sense of community and cohesion exists here that isn't present anywhere else. So many different people come together to make an incredible atmosphere that really demonstrates the diverse and familiar vibe of Aquinas
Amy (student)