All Saints Sixth Form College will build on the strong foundations of post-16 education at The Academy of St Francis of Assisi and ESLA
Allowing for uncertainty (one anonymous respondent), the approximate response rate by category is highest for ESLA
instructors (70%), lower for intensive ESL teachers (35%), and lower again for instructors offering other languages (15%).
We remain confident that this plan will be acknowledged by Ofsted as a firm foundation on which to take ESLA
forward on its journey to academic excellence.
A spokesman for ESLA
said: "Mr Pendlebury has led the school since its formation in 2010 and during the last four years has overseen the successful transition and integration of two predecessor schools into new awardwinning premises.
From left: | | LJLA CEO Andrew Cornish, ESLA
students Thomas Carroll, Abi Vigithbabu and Josh Pelling, and ESLA
Principal Jack Pendlebury
One of our ambitions here is to set very high expectations in all that we do here, and the Royal visit is one very memorable way of demonstrating that anything can be achieved at ESLA
It was also agreed that ESLA
would create provision reserved for 16 Parklands pupils with autistic spectrum disorder.
hosts a total of 1,100 students aged 11-18-years-old, with business primarily at the heart of their studies.
was designed by architect BDP and hosts 1,100 students from 11-to 18-years-of-age with business primarily at the heart of their studies.
But education bosses want to close Parklands in August, with pupils transferring to the new ESLA
(Enterprise South Liverpool Academy) and St Julie's, in Woolton.
, which aims to combine academic excellence with an intense football coaching, has had a successful first season, as principal Dennis Wright was pleased to reflect.
business director Jane Woods said the academy's numbers problem was part of a wider picture across the city as a whole.