Our student centre contains all of the key information that you’ll need with regard to term dates, access to the Studio School and getting here. You’ll also find our Literacy Policy and details on University Applications.
Returning to school - September 2020
We are looking forward to welcoming all our current students back, as well as welcoming our brand-new cohort of young people who will be joining us for the first time.
We have had to make a number of changes to the usual structure of how things work, so please do take the time to read here.
Notice for Year 12 and 13 Students
Whilst we are operating our interim timetable we are asking year 12 and year 13 students to work from home when they are not in for face to face lessons. Our curriculum is designed so that the face to face sessions are supported by additional on line materials.
This means that if their timetable has no lessons on a day they should work remotely.
If they have no lessons in the first session of the day they need to attend at 11 for the second session or 1340 if they have afternoon lessons.
Once they have completed sessions for the day they will leave the building to work at home either at 11 or 1315
If they have sessions both in the morning and afternoon then we ask that they remain in the building over lunch as the transition time is very short.
Where students do not have a face to face session in the second slot of the morning and they do have an afternoon lesson they will be assigned a supervised private study session.
Find out our current term dates and important dates across the upcoming academic year. You’ll also find full details about inset and staff training days alongside a breakdown of our school day.
Travel & Building Access
Travelling to and from the Studio School is made straightforward to students who can access shuttle bus services from the three main Liverpool train stations each morning. Find details of how to get here and access the map here.
We partner with local businesses within the creative and digital industries to create specialised training, alongside teaching the traditional curriculum, to ensure our students are fully equipped with the skills to thrive in the creative and digital sectors.
GCSE Pod is an award-winning educational portal. It provides audio-visual learning and specialist subject knowledge for 20 curriculum subjects. In your personal portal you’ll be able to access over 40,000 questions to boost your education, and in depth subject knowledge from experts.
The Studio, Liverpool educates young people for success in a digital world – in particular for employment, entrepreneurship, a new business venture or further study in the digital media sector.
Build My Future
Build my Future is our annual festival which takes place here in the Baltic Triangle. The event provides our students with the opportunity to get real world experience – introducing them to industry experts, inspiring talks and opportunities to look at various careers within the field.
And you’ll be given responsibility for your learning and progress, alongside the support you need to make the very best of these opportunities. At The Studio, you won’t learn how to react to a changing world; you’ll create a changing world, for the better.
Applying to University
If you want to explore further studies in creative and digital industries after leaving the Studio School, we’ll work with you to develop your applications and help guide you through all the options.
In this section, we explore the UCAS application system, and the steps you can take if you’re applying to university through clearing.
The behaviour of the pupils is outstanding. Excellent conduct, engagement in learning and significantly improved attendance are enabling pupils, including those who may have been disaffected earlier in their school lives, to make strong progress and believe in their futures.