Our History

St Nicholas was one of the first Catholic Schools in Liverpool.

1806-A Catholic Charity School opened on what is known as the Royal Mail Sorting Office.

1840’s- Father James Nugent , priest at St Nicholas, opened a Ragged School on the site.

1851- The original St Nicholas school was demolished to make way for a Royal Mail Sorting Office. The school moved to Brownlow Hill.

1960- The school once again moved. Staying on Brownlow Hill, its new location behind the old Irish Centre and the Metropolitan Cathedral.

These Images were found in a school archive album and have been uploaded to view on our website.

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