Creating a positive future

A 14-year-old boy with autism is on a mission to spread joy and positivity by launching his own t-shirt line. Oliver Reece-Woods who attends Rainford High, had a difficult time at his previous high school where his mum Lisa Woods says he was labelled as "naughty and problematic”. But after switching to ...

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Experiencing life on the continent

French and Spanish students from Winstanley College have had the chance to immerse themselves in the language and culture of the country through a unique work experience programme. The programme, organised through specialist company Halsbury, includes a tailored trip to France or Spain, with the chance to stay with a host ...

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Study, learn and teach at LJMU

BA Hons Learning, Development and Support at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) is the ideal preparation for Initial Teacher Training (ITT) in primary or early years education, with students being able to complete their degree while still working full time in an educational setting. Classes take place on Saturdays so that ...

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Spectroscopy in a suitcase

Chemistry students from Year 13 of King David High School recently took part in the spectroscopy in a suitcase workshop. The workshop was delivered by representatives of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) based at the University of Manchester. The students were given an overview of different types of spectroscopy used in ...

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Offers are in for aspiring medics

White coats at the ready! It’s that time of year again when future, medics, dentists and vets receive offers for university places in September. This year, Winstanley College has a record 35 students receiving offers at a range of prestigious universities across the UK. Twenty-three students have provisional places for medicine, ...

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