Sensory garden wins award

Students and staff from Carmel College Foundation Learning department enjoyed an afternoon at the 2018 Archdiocesan Awards ceremony, celebrating winning the Contribution to the Community award. The college’s sensory garden project received help from Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority (MRWA) Community Fund, Tesco’s Groundwork Fund and Veolia UK. The year-long project has ...

Mini Shakespeare Globe comes to Huyton

St Margaret Mary’s Junior School in Huyton is building its own replica of the world famous Shakespearean Globe Theatre. Inspired by the plans for the Shakespeare North Playhouse in Prescot and a visit to the reconstruction of Shakespeare’s Globe on the Southbank in London, the timber framed structure is being built ...

Caldies in bloom

Plans were put in place early in the year at Calderstones School to create artwork that would give year round colour and interest to their green corner. Pebble painting and clay butterfly workshops were planned and came to fruition with the support of their art and religious studies departments. Mrs Stacey Stokoe ...

A not so rubbish trip!

Is recycling rubbish? How is your paper separated from plastic bottles? Take a visit to Gillmoss Recycling Discovery Centre to find out! The centre offers free visits for Merseyside & Halton schools and community groups at the purpose built facility. Featuring a visually stimulating classroom and a viewing walkway, so everyone ...

Students transform outdoor learning area by planting trees

Eco-friendly students at Abbot’s Lea School have planted 250 trees as part of an ongoing project to transform their outdoor learning provision. The specialist Woolton-based school received the saplings from the Woodland Trust after successfully applying for a range of tree types, including silver birch, wild cherry and crab apple, in ...