<

 

Margaret Bryce Smith Awards

The object of the Margaret Bryce Smith School Scholarships is to further the education of pupils attending any secondary school in the City of Liverpool by the award of prizes.

In 1908, James Smith a local Wine Merchant bequeathed a sum of money in memory of his late mother, Margaret Bryce Smith to make annual awards of scholarships to Liverpool secondary school children. The awards to be known as The Margaret Bryce Smith School Scholarships in her honour.

The ‘Margaret Bryce Award’ assembly for exceptional effort and achievement was held on Friday Dec 8th 2017.

It is always a pleasure to see pupils achievements recognised and this year 15 pupils received awards for their efforts:

 

How to use:
1. Hover over the image and click an arrow to change to the next image.
2. Click on a thumbnail to view a larger image.

Our Pages

Scarecrows Army !

World Book Day

Margaret Bryce Smith Awards

School Plays

Art Day

Homework

School Council

Artistic Visits

Educational Visits

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





Ofsted Outstanding 2015
Arts Council
Autism Accreditation
The Basic Skills Agency
Duke of  Edinburgh
Financial Management Standard in School
Healthy Schools
Liverpool Inclusion
National Teaching School
School Games 2013-2014
║Site MapCookiesPrivacy NoticesAccessibility


©Redbridge High School, 179 Long Lane, Fazakerly, Liverpool, L9 6AD, 0151 330 5100