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School Liaison

St Helens College recognises the value of working in collaboration with schools, careers advisers, parents/carers and students in order to promote choice and opportunities.

Throughout the year, St Helens College's School Liaison Team work closely with high schools, sixth forms and colleges across the Northwest region. This is to provide information, advice and guidance on the progression options available for students, including Apprenticeships, A levels, Vocational qualifications, and higher education.

This helps students to make the most informed choice about their progression and future education.

We are available to visit schools throughout the academic year to cover events such as careers fairs, options evenings, workshops and assembly presentations. We also assist many schools with mock interview sessions to help prepare Year 11 students for the world of employment or further education.

College Taster Sessions and Tours

We can help to coordinate fun taster sessions and tours, which are both great for allowing students to try out courses and view the College facilities. Taster sessions are a great way for students to start thinking about college and help with the initial transition from school to college. It also gives students an understanding of what grades they require and what will be expected of them in college.

If you would like to receive more information, arrange for The School Liaison Team to visit your school or if you would like to book a taster session or tour, please contact Lisa Humphreys on 01744 623225 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Meet The Team

Bethan Love & Lynda Manning

Bethan Lynda

Bethan and Lynda are responsible for creating partnerships with schools and colleges across the North West with the aim of encouraging students to apply. They also supports a number of other student recruitment activities such as attending and organising events and ensuring students who have additional needs receive the right level of support once at college.

Lisa Humphreys


Still an active member of the school liaison team but as the manager, Lisa has overall responsibility for the work of the Schools Liaison Team. This includes creating partnerships with schools and colleges across the NorthWest. Lisa also co-ordinates the majority of college events such as attending UCAS conventions, Open Events and Graduation for University Centre Students.

School Liaison Testimonials

"Over the years I have liaised closely with Lisa and team at St Helens College to ensure our students have an awareness of all post 16 options available to them and are able to make informed decisions about their future. The team have always been extremely helpful, professional and accommodating in response to any requests (generic and bespoke). For example, they have attended Careers Conventions, Parents Evenings, presented Assemblies, delivered careers lessons to our students and hosted College Taster Days. St Helens School Liaison Team provide an excellent, reliable and friendly service to schools and individual students alike."

Andrea Cleary
Careers Advisor and Post-16 Coordinator
St Edmund Arrowsmith Centre for Learning

"I work closely with the School Liaison Team at St Helens College and greatly appreciate all their effort and support in ensuring the students have a successful transition into post-16 learning. The team have worked tirelessly to provide students with everything that is asked of them - information, bespoke sessions with tutors for those students requiring additional support, workshops and both small and larger year group visits. The team have always been on hand to represent St Helens College at Parents Evenings, Options Evenings, Assemblies and Careers Fairs. I am really keen to develop these links further in the future to ensure that all our students are given the opportunity to discover the progression route which is right for them."

Nicola Scully
Career Connect Careers Adviser
De La Salle School & St Augustine of Canterbury Catholic High School

"St Helens College and Prescot School have worked closely together to ensure each student is receiving relevant information to help them make informed decisions when they come to choose options leading up to their GCSEs, they have provided a valuable understanding of the wide range of career options available post 16. Working in partnership with St Helens College has enhanced our delivery of careers advice within school."

Julie Robinson
Careers Adviser
Prescot School