Local headteacher up for National Autism Award

Mrs Ania Hildrey, headteacher of Abbot’s Lea School in Woolton, has been shortlisted for the National Autistic Society's prestigious Autism Professionals Awards, in the Achievement by an Individual Education Professional category. The annual awards recognise people, services and schools across the UK who are making a difference to autistic people ...

For that perfect travel experience

Working with teachers from schools around the UK, Travelbound have tailor-made school trips to provide the stimulus and inspiration for students to develop into lifelong learners. You can choose from a wide-array of city destinations within Europe; stay at Travelbound’s Château du Molay to experience the landing beaches and French markets ...

UTC showcase their talent

Liverpool Life Sciences UTC opened its doors to industry partners, employers and universities, to showcase some of the incredible work created by the students. Opening the showcase were Year 12 students from the Baltic Research Institute (BRI) – the first student-led research institute in the UK. They met with UTC ...

Funded courses available for parents and carers

Professionals working with families in Merseyside can benefit from funded Youth Connect 5 (YC5) courses that will run from December to March 2020. Developed in response to ‘Future in Mind’ (FiM), a report that contains recommendations from a group of agencies and organisations jointly chaired by NHS England and the Department ...

Training opportunities for primary schools

Primary school staff in Merseyside are invited to take part in ROAR training opportunities that will run from January to March 2020 in Liverpool, Sefton, Wirral, St Helens and Knowsley. Designed to enable primary school staff to support a whole-school approach to developing children’s mental health, the ROAR Response is an ...