Local Olympian to Find Team GB’s Future Stars

Highly decorated artistic gymnast, Daniel Purvis, is hoping to help shape the stars of tomorrow with the launch of Daniel Purvis Gymnastics on Merseyside. Working in partnership with Sefton Council and British Gymnastics, the London 2012 Olympic Bronze Medal winner is bringing together a team of coaches to nurture talented children ...

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Jobs fair packs a punch

Mill Green School, St Helens teamed up with the Department for Work and Pensions to a deliver a jobs fair where pupils were given an insight into what working life has to offer, by taking part in a series of workshops. Representatives from some of the North West’s biggest sports clubs ...

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Expansion plans approved

Proposals to create hundreds of new pupil places at Liverpool primary schools have been approved. It follows a consultation about expanding schools in Norris Green, Greenbank and Mossley Hill. Liverpool currently has enough primary school places across the city, but not in the areas of greatest demand. This is due to a ...

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Safety first thanks to Crucial Crew

Nearly 2000 children from primary schools across the St Helens borough gathered at Langtree Park to learn the importance of personal safety and social responsibility. Year 5 pupils joined St Helens Council’s eEnvironmental health, road safety and ranger teams, Merseyside Police and British Rail Police at the annual Crucial Crew event ...

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School achieve their best

Lister Infant School are celebrating after being awarded the prestigious NACE Challenge Award. The award is given for high quality work by the whole school, teachers and governors, in challenging all pupils, including those with high abilities, to achieve their best. NACE chief executive Sue Riley said: “Lister Infant School has worked ...

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