Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Engineering College is an oversubscribed secondary school on the outskirts of Skelmersdale. We benefit from a continuous buildings and property improvement programme and our facilities are well resourced with ICT equipment and materials.
The school’s Catholic ethos and Engineering specialism underpin all aspects of the well-resourced and valued learning community.
We are delighted with our reputation for high standards and academic achievement but what really sets us apart is our Catholic Ethos. Our mission is to make Christ known to every child and we embrace the core values of love, justice and hope. Our Lady's is committed to respond to Pope Francis' call to be a Church for the Poor and we strive to help our students understand their place and role in our global society. Our school is a place where students come first and we provide opportunities that nurture each person's strengths, gifts and talents, allowing them to grow into mature members of a global community in a safe, welcoming and caring environment.
Year 7 PTE
During Year 7 PTE on Thursday we will be running classes to support parents' understanding of literacy and numeracy.
Session 1a: Literacy 4- 4.30pm Ma 1
Session 1b: Numeracy 4- 4.30pm Ma 7
Session 2a: Literacy 5- 5.30pm Ma 1
Session 2b: Numeracy 5- 5.30pm Ma 7
Study Support is open at morning, break, lunch and after school for all who want to study in school.
The instrumental lessons timetable are now available to view in Music. Lessons are available for KS4 and KS3.
In Christ We Grow
As a learning community we strive to live out our mission statement through caring, sharing and achieving.
- Steven Bickerstaffe 8AB
Brunel Learning Manager Student of the Month Award for June
- Matthew Alty 11VC
Brunel Learning Manager Student of the Month Award for May
- Jaye Swindlehurst 10SD1
Brunel Learning Manager Student of the Month for April
- Charlie Ball
Fantastic work in Geography!
- Annika Steinberga 7TH
Brunel Learning Manager Student of the Month Award for March
- Jodie Hoy
History Grade B on assessment. Well Done!