Schools are spreading the message

Schools are spreading the message across the Granby Toxteth area of Liverpool as part of an imaginative initiative by the Granby Toxteth Development Trust. The project, which is supported by a £8,000 grant from the Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority and Veolia Community Fund, is part of a wider initiative in ...

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Eco Brick wins award for talented student

Eco Brick wins award for talented student from Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School in Cheshire sponsored by Air Products for ‘Protecting the Environment’. James Millington picked up the coveted prize at The Big Bang Competition during The Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Fair. Held during science week at the National Exhibition ...

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Celebrating Values

Pupils and staff at Carr Mill Primary School were left delighted after the Mayor and Mayoress of St Helens attended a ‘British values’ awards assembly at the school. Councillors Dave and Jeanette Banks were on hand to present prestigious yellow ties to the pupils that have been elected onto the different ...

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Alien landing causes much excitement in Woolton!

Pupils at Much Woolton Catholic Primary School have enjoyed an out-of-this-world week after an alien spacecraft crash-landed in the school! Extra-terrestrial footprints appeared all over the school and headteacher Mr White was even replaced by blobs of green sticky gloop for a morning (thankfully he returned unharmed). The alien landing was the ...

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