High flying student

One of Winstanley College’s brightest stars, former student Keir Martland has been named ‘Scholar of Selwyn College’ at Cambridge University. At college, Keir took an active role in extra-curricular activities whether in the debating society or as president of the history society. At the colleges 2016 awards evening, he received the Governors’ ...

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Wellbeing at the heart of school

A primary school in Croxteth is reaping the rewards of its introduction of wellbeing sessions. Our Lady and St Swithin’s Primary School has seen its Ofsted rating move out of special measures which it received in 2013 to good. The change was brought about by the introduction of their present headteacher, Emma ...

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Wargrave Primary School bags first prize

Wargrave CE Primary School were celebrating the announcement that it has bagged first prize from Tesco’s Bags of Help community grant scheme. Bags of Help is run in partnership with environmental charity Groundwork, and sees grants raised from the sale of carrier bags awarded to thousands of local community projects every ...

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New secretary of state for education

Justine Greening has left the government after 18 months as education secretary and will be replaced by Damian Hinds. What are your thoughts on the departure of the education secretary? Many feel the education sector needs stability at this time and that work begun by the outgoing education secretary to ...

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Alsop inspires Liverpool editor

Alsop High School welcomed Mr Alastair Machray, editor of the Liverpool Echo, as their inspirational speaker at their awards evening. Mr Machray told a packed hall that in life young people should aim to ‘make a difference’. He was very complimentary about Alsop, saying that the school inspired him and about Alsop’s ...

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