Media Arts

Opportunities for students to develop their interests and skills within the Arts are provided through a wide range of extra-curricular experiences including IceRadio, Chamber Choir, Ceramics, Drama Club and Film Club.

In addition we seek to provide opportunities for students to experience live theatre and dance at the Everyman & Playhouse, the Royal Exchange, the Lowry and the Liverpool Empire including trips to see Blood Brothers, War Horse, Annie and Sister Act. There are regular trips for Art and Textiles students to galleries in Manchester and London and  the Clothes Show Live in Birmingham. In previous years, A Level Fine Art students have also had the opportunity to travel to Venice and Paris to gain inspiration for their final exam portfolios.

Meet the Team

Mrs Carney – Media Arts & Wider Community Links Coordinator
Mrs Joynson – Media Demonstrator
Mr Games – Media Technician – Theatre and Events

To contact a member of the Media Arts team please telephone 0151 631 4400 ext. 274 or via the contact page online.

Arts Ambassadors

Arts Ambassadors represent their year group and help to raise the profile of the Arts across the school, helping to deliver small events and support school events including SuperStars, the Summer Sizzler Showcase, Staff Stars in Their Eyes, the Christmas Concert and the school production.


Annual Events

Our annual and bi-annual events showcase the talent of our Performing Arts students across all year groups.

  • An Evening of Performing Arts (October/November)
  • The ‘Winter Warmer’ Christmas Concert (bi-annual)
  • Christmas concerts at local care homes
  • The ‘Summer Sizzler’ Community Showcase (June)
  • Auditions for the School Production (bi-annual)
  • Year 12 Cultural Trip to London (Summer Term)
  • Performing Arts residential
  • Orchestra trips/performances locally and abroad
  • Summer School (August)

Ice Radio

The school radio station, IceRadio, goes from strength to strength with a strong team of 10 radio DJs from Years 7, 9 and 13 who meet weekly after school to prepare for live broadcast every Friday lunchtime. Under the guidance of staff, students plan their own shows which are usually themed around school assemblies, world and calendar events. The team also broadcast for a week at the end of the Christmas term, Summer term and on Sports Day. As well as song request songs and shout-outs to friends, the shows publicise local events, debate topics, discuss films and play new and old music.