Helping hand for centre

Archbishop Blanch School were joined by their friends at the Rotary Club of Liverpool as host of the Big Lego Brick Hospital. This is an initiative to support and raise funds for the building of the new Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in Liverpool. The new Clatterbridge is currently being built next to the ...

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Daniel is a star

A Pupil at Halewood CE Primary School, part of the Liverpool Diocesan Schools Trust, was recently awarded a Pupil Recognition Award from Halewood Town Council. Daniel Fitzsimmons, aged 7, was presented the award at Hollies Hall Halewood at the Halewood Town Council Awards Evening 2019. Dave Smith, headteacher at Halewood CE Primary, ...

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School are LifeSavers

Pupils from Stockton Wood Primary have been learning and developing skills around financial education this year through the LifeSavers programme. The schools aim was to give these skills a real-life, hands-on experience as they opened their own savings club named ‘Super Savers’. The Lord Mayor, Councillor Christine Banks and the schools ...

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Generations come together

The arts team based at Aintree University Hospital, PARTIA (Promoting Art in Aintree), invited children from Our Lady & St Philomena’s Primary School, in Fazakerley, to pick up their paint brushes and pencils and co-create a piece of artwork with elderly patients. The hospital welcomed 28 Year 1 students who learnt ...

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