Pupils remember the PALs

Alsop High School students have recently returned from a study tour of Belgium and France. The Year 9 students had the privilege of joining a coach of students from Merseyside as part of a First World War Battlefields Tour organised by The University of London Institute of Education. The students stayed ...

Winstanley College awarded mark for outstanding teaching in science and maths

Winstanley College has been awarded The Prince’s Teaching Institute (PTI) Schools Programme Mark for outstanding teaching in maths and science. To achieve the PTI Mark, departments have to demonstrate that they have increased the challenge within their subject curriculum; developed their staff’s own specialist subject knowledge; developed subject-based links outside school ...

ASFA students become Language Ambassadors

A select group of students from the Academy of St Francis of Assisi (ASFA) have been given the important role of Language Ambassadors this academic year.

15 students from years 9, 10 and 11 will offer students in years 7 and 8, whose first language isn’t English, any additional ...

Rainford High’s PE Department awarded Quality Mark

The PE Department at Rainford High is celebrating after being given a Quality Mark with Distinction by the Association for Physical Education (afPE) for ‘demonstrating outstanding commitment to improvement in physical education, school sport and physical activity’.

The school heavily prides its self on a rich and varied sports ...

Merchant Taylors’ concludes £1.25m summer refurbishment

Merchant Taylors’ School in Crosby has completed a £1.25m upgrade of its property and estates. Central to the work is a design-led redevelopment of the dining halls and kitchen facilities at both its Boys’ and Girls’ School sites. The Williams Hall, which sits at the heart of the Grade II-listed main building of Merchant Taylors’ ...