Can your school shine like a diamond in Jewellry design competition

Educate is delighted to have teamed up with David M Robinson (DMR) to launch an incredible competition to schools across the North West. Open to both primary and secondary schools, the prestigious jeweller is calling on pupils and students to get creative for its inaugural jewellry design competition in celebration of ...

Rainford High showcases its support for Neurodiversity

Rainford High is awash with colourful umbrellas as it celebrates neurodiversity and supports ADHD Foundation’s 2019 Umbrella Project. The ADHD Foundation is an award-winning, unique and pioneering UK charity, based in Liverpool. The largest ‘user led’ ADHD agency in Europe, the Foundation is credited with influencing policy and provision in the ...

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 ...

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 ...

Pupils praised after completing portfolio

A primary school class in St Helens has been rewarded for completing an arts project through their local library. Year 3 pupils at Grange Valley Primary School in Haydock were each presented with a Trinity College London- certified certificate by members of the St Helens Libraries team for achieving Arts Award ...