GDPR – the final countdown

The clock is ticking. It’s now just two months until the UK becomes subject to a whole new set of rules related to data protection. And while most schools will be well on the way to getting GDPR ready, those tasked with carrying out the necessary measures will no doubt be ...

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On your marks, get set, go!

Students and staff at St Margaret’s Academy are limbering up for the Liverpool Half Marathon this month, in aid of a local charity. The Aigburth-based school has taken part in the annual event over the past five years, both competing and volunteering. Each year, the academy raises money for worthwhile local causes ...

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Action packed week of celebrations to showcase ‘apprenticeships work’ at KCC

To mark National Apprenticeship Week 2018, Knowsley Community College (KCC) hosted a series of activities giving those interested in an apprenticeship a flavour of what to expect. KCC apprentice Bethan Love, who secured herself a business administration apprenticeship, fronted the weeklong campaign. Bethan took to the social media accounts with a ...

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‘Bark’ to the future

Primary school pupils are using planting power to help make Liverpool greener for generations to come. Children from Florence Melly, Leamington Road, Northcote and Rice Lane schools recently converged on Walton Hall Park to plant more than 1,000 young trees. Over two days, the young people sowed seeds for the future by ...

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Alsop celebrate World Book Day

Alsop High School had the pleasure of hosting British teen-fiction author Kate Maryon as part of their new “Read On, Get On” initiative. Students from Year 7 and Year 8 were enthralled by her presentation about her latest novel Invisible Girl. The book explores the topics of running away and child ...

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