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Godwyn House aka School House

In 1921 boarding for boys came to Mossley Hill. Read on to discover the history of those early boarding days. More...

At the last 'face to face' Foundation AGM in Jan 2020, Vice Principal, Hannah Cassidy, endeavoured to answer the above question when, through a series… More...

When the schools collided........my memories of leaving Huyton College and starting Liverpool College while halfway through my GCSEs. More...

Gerald Clifton

Ex - President of the Old Lerpoolians, Gerald Clifton gives us his take on first impressions upon joining Liverpool College More...

Former groundsman on 13th March 2021. More...

That photo!

Anne Atkinson (neé McConnell) recalls her memories of this tsunami-changing moment in the history of Liverpool College More...

How times have changed

Boarding remains an integral part of the Liverpool College story. More...

The Lerpoolians are delighted to be able to congratulate College Principal, Hans Broekman, and his team, on their pupils' recent external examination … More...

Captain, JAD Hobbs

Lerpoolian, Ian Muir, connects memories of John Hobbs with other former schoolmates. More...

Cigarette card 1906

A photo of the front of the cigarette card for Liverpool College. Find out more by reading on. More...

Philip Cubbon reports the sad death of John Hobbs on 28th June 2021. More...

Don Fowler c 1950

The romance of going to sea became a reality for Don Fowler (Selwyn's, 1949) Read on and enjoy his tales of adventure. More...

Selwyn's Coat of Arms

Ever wondered about the origins of your house's name at the College, then read on....In a series of six brief articles Lerpoolian, Mike Askham, explor… More...

Front cover

The second of Mike Ward's 'Thomas Tallant Mysteries' has recently been published. 'The poisonous dispute pushing King Charles and Parliament towards C… More...

Outline map of Nigeria depicted in the country's flag. A bicolour triband of green, white and green

John Rushton (Howard's, 1990) files a report from his adopted home in Lagos, Nigeria. More...

WTCo No5 Didcot

Lerpoolian, Roger Morris, appreciates the impact of SHPH on his development, via 'The Wantage Tramway'. More...

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