Alsop students stand together

As part of National Anti-Bullying Week 2019, Alsop High School students have produced a short film about standing together against bullying. They have used this years’ theme ‘Change Starts With Us’ to speak out about the collective responsibility of both young people, teachers and parents to stand up for what ...

Gateacre School’s charity donations reach Swaziland

Gateacre’s recent World Challenge initiative to assist with building works and aid teaching in South Africa, recently came to fruition after an important shipment of donated items finally reached the village. The World Challenge expedition saw the school assist a Neighbourhood Care Point (NCP) in Phosela, Swaziland. NCPs are set up by ...

Book of Beasties in the running for This Can Happen Award

A children’s mental wellness game has been shortlisted for ‘Most Innovative Idea to Improve Mental Health’ for the This Can Happen Awards. Book of Beasties is a psychologist endorsed, mental wellness resource for children and young people that aspires to raise emotional literacy, teach empathy, resilience and normalise the open conversation ...

ASFA student’s poem picked for book

A student from The Academy of St Francis of Assisi has been named a Merit Winner for the Young Writers ‘Talent for Writing’ competition. 13 year old Adel wrote the hard-hitting poem last year when he was in Year 7 called ‘Dear the People of the World’ and is an open ...

Best ever A-Level results at St Michael’s

Students and staff at St Michael's High School are celebrating their best ever set of A-Level and vocational results today. The pass rate, average grade, average points score per student and value added measures have all risen to record highs at the Crosby-based school. Amongst those receiving their results was student Mark McParlan ...