From Tardis to classroom!

He’s played cult characters and starred in iconic movies, now Paul McGann has headed back to school in his hometown of Liverpool. Kensington-born actor Paul McGann, who has been appearing on our screens for four decades, swapped film sets for the classroom when he visited a Liverpool school. Paul paid a special ...

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Better together

The recent primary Humanutopia conference hosted by School Improvement Liverpool saw The Academy of St Nicholas highlight their ‘The Heroes’ mentoring project which is aimed at students from Year 5 up to Year 11. The project is an interactive programme which has been designed to train and grow teams of heroes ...

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Putting people first

Gateacre School have their very own team of ‘Heroes’ who help younger students across the school. Year 11 Heroes, with training and support from Humanutopia alongside Gateacre staff, have been fully trained and inspired to help support their peers at the school, mainly with breaking down any barriers that may prevent ...

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Gateacre tops DfE performance tables

Gateacre School has topped DfE performance tables in Liverpool for A-level and applied/vocational qualifications results. Due to the hard work of staff and students, the school’s value added scores place it in the top 10% of all schools and colleges nationwide as well. In education, value added is the progress measure the ...

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Alsop receives national accolade for community work

Students at Alsop High School attended the National Crimebeat Awards of the High Sheriffs’ Association after their Alsop FAITH 2017 initiative received national recognition for community engagement in north Liverpool. The award was received in the presence of HRH the Duchess of Gloucester and Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick, CBE, QPM. The ...

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