Sacred Heart Catholic College

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Sacred Heart Catholic College
Motto Caring, Christian, Community
Established 1977 (merger)
Type Voluntary aided comprehensive
Religion Roman Catholic
Head Teacher Mr Ian H. Walker
Deputy John Pye
Location Liverpool Road
L23 5TF
Local authority Sefton
DfE URN 104961 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 1469
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18
Houses S,A,C,R,E,D,H,T
Colours Navy Blue, Yellow

Sacred Heart Catholic College is a secondary school in Crosby, Merseyside, England. It was created from the amalgamation of Seafield Convent Grammar and St Bede's Secondary Modern in 1977, and was known as Sacred Heart Catholic High School.


It accepts boys and girls, primarily from its Catholic feeder primary schools including Great Crosby Catholic Primary School, Ursuline Catholic Primary School and the St. Edmund's and St. Thomas' Catholic Primary School.

The school is currently split across two sites. The Upper Site (which primarily deals with Year 9, Year 10, Year 11 and A-level students) is the former Seafield Convent building, whilst the lower site (which primarily deals with Year 7 and Year 8 students), situated on Myers Road East is the former St Bede's. The sites are within a short walk of each other. The school's Upper Site was used as a setting for the film Nowhere Boy.[1]

Notable former pupils[edit]

Seafield Convent[edit]

St Bede's Secondary Modern[edit]

Sacred Heart Catholic High School/College[edit]


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Coordinates: 53°29′24″N 3°01′26″W / 53.490°N 3.024°W / 53.490; -3.024