Rainford High goes green!

Students and staff at Rainford High celebrated all things to do with the environment. Keen to raise awareness and do its bit for the planet, the school hosted a range of activities which encouraged individuals to think about what needs to be done in order to create a more sustainable future. Every ...

The power of art

The Academy of St Nicholas and All Saints Sixth Form College held a three day event showcasing the work of up to 60 artworks from GCSE and A-level art students, which were put on display for the local community. Locals were also able to observe a live art competition, which involved ...

Pupils inspired by artist

The art department of West Derby School looked at the lovely illustration work produced by Quentin Blake with Year 7 pupils. He is known best for illustrating books written by Roald Dahl. The pupils thoroughly enjoyed the project and lots of creative work was produced by them. Improving drawing skills was a ...

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 ...

Competition returns

dot-art Schools inter-school art competition is a well-established fixture in the academic calendar for many Merseyside schools. Due to its success and a partnership with Liverpool John Moores University, a parallel programme was also launched in 2017 for Cheshire schools. Since its inception in 2012 almost 7000 students from 398 schools ...